Calle Lazcano 5, Malaga, Spain, 29008
Not an exclusively gay venue, but Theatro Club is an LGBT-popular nightclub in Malaga city centre. The late-night disco attracts some gay crowds.
In addition to disco, the club hosts concerts, monologues, plays, live jazz and disco until 7am. Located in Malaga city centre.
weekday: 22:00 - 06:00
weekend: 16:00 - 07:00 / 16:30 - 06:00
venue Dance club | features bar, music, dancing | customers: mixed
“Turned up and were turned away although others went in. We were made to feel like rubbish. Don’t bother.“
Perry on 27-Jul-2019 | Problem with this review?
It’s a straight bar
“This is not a gay bar, very straight“
Billy on 05-Nov-2017 | Problem with this review?
Not a gay club
“I have been traveling many places and this is not a gay club nor a gay friendly/mixed club at all! Its simple a club (straight mostly) with a big unjustified attitude, North America rules when it comes to gay or gay friendly clubs and this site should stop giving attention automatically this place as being gay friendly - small town-small attitude.“
Sef on 10-Sep-2017 | Problem with this review?
“To walk up to a nightclub the first person you see is that door staff, the security at this place are miserable and rude, they turned away 8 customers, one because he was wearing flip-flops and 2 because they were wearing vests. This is a gay club and it is 27° at this present time. What a joke, they definitely need to learn some manners & customer service skills - and a dress code, for a gay club, no vests???“
Ronny on 26-Jun-2017 | Problem with this review?
“Its not uncommon for dance clubs (and bars) to prevent people wearing flip-flops from entering. This is a health and safety issue as broken glass on the floor is very common in these venues. As for no vests.. surprising...“
TGE Comment on 27-Jun-2017 | Problem with this review?
No way to go there
“We just wanted to get some information from the security guy at the entrance but he was rude. So we changed our mind and never go back.“
Sebastian on 08-Jun-2017 | Problem with this review?
Guys, be careful.
“Last Friday night (21st of April) I tried to enter that place. They were still opened as I saw people getting in and out but I didn't manage to enter, and then something outrageous happened. A man approached me, started talking to me and in the end hugged me. While hugging me with one hand he put second one into my pocket and tried to reach for my wallet. I was tipsy but wasn't drunk enough to not notice what was happening. I got terrible upset and pushed him away. he came back and he tried doing it again. Now the interesting thing: EVERYTHING HAPPENED IN FRONT OF THE BOUNCERS, THEY WERE OBSERVING US ALL THE TIME AND LAUGHING.
I shouted for help as the guy keep trying to rob me. And this is when the best part comes: ONE OF THE BOUNCERS CAME AND GRABBED ME (NOT AS IF HE WAS TRYING TO HELP ME BUT AS IF HE WAS TRYING TO KICK ME OUT OF THE PLACE) AND PUSHED ME AWAY. I asked him to call the police (I speak fluent Spanish, so during all this time I was speaking Spanish to them) and he said (and I swear on anything you want me to swear): YO CONOZCO A ESE TIO (I know this guy!) ! And then just told me to leave.
Guys, be careful.“
Kris on 27-Apr-2017 | Problem with this review?
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