However, the range of lesbian and gay bars and clubs in London spans the city, from Vauxhall and Clapham, to gay bars in east London. If you fancy dancing to Donna Summer while sipping relatively inexpensive prosecco, this place is an essential pitstop. The ground floor offers a bright and modern bar space with video screens playing chart hits; downstairs is a clubbier room where fresh-faced types of all genders cut a rug to pop and dance remixes. Venue says Book a table for groups of people to join in on the karaoke chaos and cocktails! On Sunday nights, the dancefloor welcomes a younger and more fashion-conscious crowd for Horse Meat Disco, one of London's very best club nights. You are here:
Set beneath a railway arch in Vauxhall, south London, industrial-style nightclub Fire comes complete with multiple rooms and an outdoor bar, hosting some of the biggest and best gay nights in London.
To keep the party going after closing time, G-A-Y Late is just around the corner and stays open into the early hours. The little sister of nearby Dalston Superstore, The Karaoke Hole is the UK's first drag queen karaoke bar, and a place where you can let your inner diva out. Located around the corner at 5 Goslett Yard, it offers a similar experience, but with a later licence and even louder pop songs. A post shared by The Two Brewers the2brewers on Nov 8, at 6:
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