You can find a gay nightclub open somewhere in London every-night of the week, with many staying open all night or even late morning the next day.
weekend: Sun 04:00 - 13:00
audience rating: 3.6 stars from 34 votes - click to vote
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One of London’s most iconic after-hours dance clubs attracting a muscle-packed crowd every Sunday morning. BEYOND is renowned for its brilliantly produced parties and exceptionally talented DJ’s including Steve Pitron and Alan K.
Best time to arrive is 6am-7am on Sunday morning (yes, morning). Advance tickets available at Prowler – and essential if you are planning to go on a public Bank Holiday weekend. You can also buy tickets online.
audience rating: 3.9 stars from 16 votes - click to vote
The world-famous Heaven nightclub is one of the longest-running gay dance venues in Europe. Today, it is home to the G-A-Y dance party on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Popcorn mixed party on Monday nights.
G-A-Y continues to attract the biggest acts to perform live on stage every weekend. Expect plenty of disco divas and a younger, trendy and somewhat camper crowd.
weekend: Sun 20:00 - 03:00
audience rating: 3.1 stars from 7 votes - click to vote
Popular Sunday-night gay dance party at EAGLE London in Vauxhall, with residents DJ’s Jim Stanton, James Hillard, Luke Howard and Severino playing classic disco hits and 70’s music.
Admission 6£. Subway,Bus: Vauxhall
In the Soho gay village. Best seller. Excellent value. | click here
Walk to the Soho gay nightlife. Very central. Excellent gym. | click here
Great facilities. Value for money. Walk to Soho. | click here
Stylish design. Central location. Budget choice. | click here
weekend: Sun 24:00 - 07:00 (Mon)
audience rating: 3.8 stars from 12 votes - click to vote
TODAY Orange at Lightbox - 24:00 (Sun) - 07:00 (Mon)
One of London’s best dance parties. For more than 15 years, this sensational Sunday-night/ Monday-morning party has been at the forefront of the European gay club scene, attracting the very best DJ’s.
From Sunday 19th March 2017 Orange makes the Lightbox its weekly home. Starting at midnight and running until 7am, this phenomenon never ceases to amaze with brand new visuals, uplifting vocal and upbeat deep house to pumping tech house. The Lightbox has 15,000 LED’s going floor to floor and creating a unique experience.
Weekly residents on rotation includes GONZALO – D’JOHNNY – NIK DENTON – ZACH BURNS – MISWHITE – YVETTE LINDQUIST – ALEX GEORGIOU – MATTIAS DABO – LEE HARRIS – TERRY BRYAN +
Door Patrol by Monic Miller, and Orange’s VIP balcony is hosted by Glendora. Advance tickets at orangenation.co.uk
£7 B4 3AM WITH FLYER / AD / CONCESSION / MEMBERS; £10 THEREAFTER WITH FLYER / AD / CONCESSION / MEMBERS, or £13 on the door.
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audience rating: 4.0 stars from 1 votes - click to vote
2017-06-10 Pink Glove night - - from 10pm
A queer indie, post punk and new wave disco for common people from DJ’s. Seductive Barry and Pencil Skirt in the scuzzy back room of The Victoria in Dalston.
Enter through the bookcase door.
weekend: Fri 23:00 - late
audience rating: 4.4 stars from 5 votes - click to vote
London’s most famous Saturday morning after-hours club. A:M continues to bash out beats for those who just don’t want Friday night to end and features some of the best DJ talents on the London scene. Terrific atmosphere.
A:M kicks off at 11pm Friday night and continues through 11am on Saturday morning. Tends to get busiest after 2am as the bars wind down. Discounted entry before 2am if you arrive with a flyer/ sign up online for the guestlist.
audience rating: 4.0 stars from 2 votes - click to vote
Saturday morning, after-hours underground tech house dance party, taking place at UNION Club on Vauxhall’s Albert Embankment.
The crowd is a mix of late-night clubbers from both the gay and straight scene. Discounted entry if you arrive with a flyer. Underground,Bus: Vauxhall
weekday: Fri 22:30 - 06:00
weekend: Sat 22:30 - 06:00
audience rating: 3.3 stars from 16 votes - click to vote
4 Star Winner
TODAY Kult Sundays, 10pm - 4am
Relatively small (250 capacity), unpretentious basement dance club (“The Bunker Bar”) with graffiti-covered walks offering an alternative atmosphere to the mega clubs found in other parts of London.
East Bloc attracts a younger and trendier audience who want a night out without spending a small fortune. Music ranges from disco & funk to full-on hard house.
Cheap standard drinks and plenty of special offers. Nearest Underground: Old Street
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weekday: Thu 22:00 - 03:00
audience rating: 2.8 stars from 15 votes - click to vote
“London’s sexiest weekly gay dance party”. Club Room Service takes place every Thursday, featuring a mix of popular tunes and gorgeous go-go dancers.
The handsome house DJ’s will be enough to get you on the dance floor. Underground: Tottenham Court Road, Leicester Square
weekday: Wed 21:00 - 03:00
weekend: Sat 22:00 - 07:00
audience rating: 3.0 stars from 24 votes - click to vote
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London’s most popular and friendly parties for bears, chunks, chubs and their chasers. This “cruise & booze” party is open Wednesday and Saturday night at Pulse in Southwark – and is nearly always packed.
Pulse has a good-sized dance floor, four bars and a popular and very busy dark room at the back! Regular special themed events – check website or XXL’s Facebook page for details. Don’t forget the “Hairy Happy Hour” from 10pm to midnight. Nearest Underground: Southwark
audience rating: 3.1 stars from 13 votes - click to vote
BRÜT is back. One of London’s biggest, most popular dance parties for bears, blokes, hunks and their admirers. The party ttakes place on Saturday nights at the new location in Vauxhall, equipped with state-of-the-art light and sound system.
Tickets are available online and delivered to your mobile phone. The club has an efficient entry and coat check system. Details of upcoming parties and advance tickets can be found on BRÜT’s website or Facebook page.
Admission: £10-15. Photo ID required. Best to arrive before 1am.
audience rating: 4.8 stars from 6 votes - click to vote
One of the biggest and best dance events in London. WE Party has established a reputation for exceptional music and production qualities.
Expect a world-class DJ lineup, stunning visuals and gorgeously hunky dancers who bring to life each party’s theme. WE parties are usually held on the first Saturday of each month at the massive art deco Coronet Theatre in South London.
Doors open at 11pm and the party in usually in full swing by 1am. From 6am onwards, those who have not yet had enough head to BEYOND.
Nearest Underground station: Elephant & Castle (Northern & Bakerloo Line)
weekend: From 23:00 - Last Saturday of the month
London’s leading gay urban music party, mixing the best RnB, Hiphop, Afrobeat and Trap tunes with some good old disco mashups.
Held every last Saturday night of the month at Club Union in Vauxhall. Door open at 11pm.
Flyers available in the bars and clubs around London. Students with ID get discounted entry all night long. Look under 25 – bring photo ID. If its your birthday within 2 weeks of a party, email organisers for free entry for you and discounts for your friends.
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2017-05-13 Urban World Spring Series / Part 3 - featuring Bootylicious, Urban Desi, Club Kali and more - from 10pm-6am
Large dance party on four floors for gays, lesbians and open-minded people, taking place every other month at The Scala.
DJ’s play a mix of world music, R&B, soulful house, Middle Eastern sounds, groovy tunes. Admission 10-17£
North London’s new dance party from DJ & event producer Alejandro Asencio, for the queer, kitsch and Spanish crowd, taking place at The Archway Tavern or Nightclub Kolis.
Check their Facebook page for details of upcoming events. Nearest Underground: Archway
weekend: Sat 21:00 - 03:00
audience rating: 3.4 stars from 14 votes - click to vote
London’s leading weekly party that celebrates the diversity of transsexual, cross-dressing and pure drag. Nineteen years old and still going strong.
Expect a packed house at The WayOut Club every Saturday night with up to 300 people of every race, culture, sexuality and gender. Regular live performances at 1am.
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