Head down to one of gay London's secret gems and enjoy a small mixed indie bar with plenty of vibrant personality. The friendly ambience at Comptons of Soho means anyone is welcome. The Duke of Wellington This spacious two-storey Soho gay bar has the feel of a traditional British pub with a friendly atmosphere, offering a busy downstairs bar and a quieter upstairs seating area. The emphasis at this gay bar in London is very much on beer, with a good choice of real ales on tap. Although primarily frequented by a young crowd, anything goes at Circa, so sit back on one of the comfy sofas and look out for the eye candy. A post shared by Kuni thirdnorm on Mar 6, at 1:
Enjoy its exclusive champagne bar and DJ sets in the Klub each night until 3am.
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Explore by category All Gay Bars. Admiral Duncan Situated in Soho, the lively Admiral Duncan is an iconic place to enjoy a drink and larger-than-life entertainment. With three floors, an impressive sound system and light shows in the main room, Heaven is an iconic London nightclub for people who really want to party. Look out for cheap student nights throughout the week and the flagship G-A-Y nights on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays which include pop impersonators and drag acts, as well as regular live music events. Village Soho's first gay bar remains one of its most popular due to its relaxed vibe, flamboyant decor, daily happy hour drinks specials and go-go dancers at weekends. She Soho Discover She Sohoprimarily a ladies bar although gentlemen are welcome with female guests.
All the best gay bars in London become busy on themed nights and weekends, as well as during the annual Pride in London festival. As the weekend approaches, expect comedy, cabaret and burlesque acts, live music, and the latest DJs. Cocktails are the speciality at this cosy spot with gold decor, but you can also enjoy a refreshing choice of wines, beers and spirits. Explore by category All Gay Bars. One of the largest gay bars in London and only a few footsteps from Leicester Square, Ku Bar is spread over three floors and has a capacity of more than The Duke of Wellington This spacious two-storey Soho gay bar has the feel of a traditional British pub with a friendly atmosphere, offering a busy downstairs bar and a quieter upstairs seating area.