Join in the karaoke or salsa nights, test your knowledge at quiz nights and rehydrate with great value drinks at The Two Brewers. 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. Check out more great premieres, stories and videos at RedBull. Delete Comment Are you sure you want to delete this comment? Royal Vauxhall Tavern. Tourists and the younger crowd love it, and just about every LGBT Londoner has danced the night away here at least once. Keep an eye out for regular events and live performances at the Villagewhich sits conveniently on the corner of Wardour Street and Old Compton Street and is open until 2am most nights.
Nowadays you'll still find the odd gay bar in most corners of the city — from the macho-men at Clapham's Two Brewers to the nautical-themed sauna in Limehouse.
In London, there is the traditional trolling up and down Old Compton Street, going from Manto's to Rupert Street to the Yard to the Village to Escape and, finally, to Heaven, saying witheringly in every single one: Same-sex intimacy was tolerated as cabaret, dancing and drinking continued until dawn. Listen to Red Bull Radio for in-depth interviews, exclusive mixes, live broadcasts and more.
You'll find a host of classic and unusual cocktails at Bar Sohoexpertly crafted by skilled mixologists, alongside wines, beers and drinks offers to keep you going on the dance floor into the early hours.