Debbie, a monthly Saturday night party which only plays songs by female artists, is also worth seeking out. Art Museums Dance. The age range is roughly and Saturday nights are the busiest if you're purely playing the numbers game.
This is fortunate, for London is without doubt the greatest city for pick-up in. A fun, up-for-it, young crowd, with plenty of drinks offers, a plethora of rooms and camp, 80s and 90s music to dance to. Try another?
And like that former bastion of kitsch, The Cock is as camp as they come. Among the kitchen bar the main bar. Crazy shows, loads of booze, lots of sing-along classics, fancy dress, and striptease. After some ill-advised refurbs, it now has a disappointing modern-yet-dated interior, but some great cabaret shows and cheap drink offers help to make amends.
Dalston Superstore. The Bridge Bar. Dalston Superstore A cafe by day, club by night, Dalston Superstore is a vibrant and trendy hub for gay and straight party people in east London, and one of the area's best clubbing hotspots. Freedom Bar Freedom Bar is a sophisticated gay bar and club located in central Soho.
With a sound system that will rattle your bones, a laser light show and some of the capital's top DJs, nights here never fail to disappoint.
A second Ku Bar on nearby Frith Street offers a more sedate spin on the same experience. On Friday and Saturday nights, gay boys from the local area and nearby Essex dance to house classics and chart bangers in the basement club until 5am. We already have this email. 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 dance to pop and EDM.