London, UK…Always something Gay going on!-There is a very exciting and vibrant gay/ lesbian community in the British capital. Its Gay Pride event is one of the world’s largest, but the thousands of gay visitors also contribute to the fun.
The gay nightlife is varied, and that’s more than just bars and clubs. This is also the capital of theater and gay art. London boasts a healthy and vibrant LGBT theatre scene, featuring some of the most exciting contemporary performance around. Perhaps surprisingly, there are still only a few dedicated LGBT theatre venues in the city, including Above the Stag, Royal Vauxhall Tavern and the King’s Head.
Thankfully, though, you can also see some excellent LGBT shows at venues across London, covering everything from hard-hitting lesbian drama and experimental queer cabaret to gay theatre classics and explorations of trans experience.
There are the cafes, bars and shops of a classic gay village in the Soho district of Central London, particularly in the area around Old Compton Street, Rupert Street and Wardour Street.
It’s a lively place to visit any time – day or night – with a excellent choice of shops, cafés, juice bars, restaurant and bistros.
Many clubbers go to the huge party temples in the railway arches in Vauxhall or to the alternative clubs in the up-and-coming East End, formerly a working class area that became popular with students and artists.
And not to forget the many traditional gay pubs and neighborhood bars that are scattered all over London..
So book now your best gay vacation ever!