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New networking night for women who like other women and their LGBT community

Kill The Noise is a new night for girls who love girls & their LGBT friends. In the heart of East London we will be starting the evening with a chilled vibe ideal for networking – As the night goes on there will be ample opportunity to bust a move to the latest Indie/Pop/Electro.

Did we mention cocktails are 2 for £10!

Yeah we thought that would cheer your week up and give you an early start to the weekend!

 

07539467381
All one level… wheelchair friendly!
5.30pm – Midnight
London, City
Manchester’s funkiest gay house night is a weekly affair, taking place each Saturday at Sub 101 underneath Cruz 101 on Princess Street. Featuring a host of resident and guest DJs playing fresh and uplifting house until the early hours of Sunday mornings.

Now into its third year of rocking Gay Manchester Aftershock has firmly stamped its mark on the clubbing scene in the North of the UK and continues to send shock waves beyond the city with its cutting edge sounds and pumped up music policy.

Hosted each and every week by Manchester’s very own Anna Phylactic and Cheddar Gorgeous, Aftershock offers a late night dance floor for those that want to party hard – attracting the beautiful, the sexy and the damn right dirty! It’s a gay haven for the house music lovers and dance-floor whores who like it intimate and a little bit bulging!

Kicking off at 12.30am each and every Saturday Night/Sunday Morning Aftershock rumbles in the underground surroundings of SUB101, a club that has its roots wrapped tight and firm into Manchester’s Gay Scene and comes boisterously equipped with unrivaled body rockin’ sound and light.

Aftershock delivers a “second to none” soundtrack provided by Aftershock’s imitable residents on rotation: Nik Denton, Ross Homson, Darren Bewsher, Jim Dusty, Danny Phillips, William Sizen Bell and Alan Stevens. With special guest DJ’s when advertised.

AFTERSHOCK – LETS ROCK!

http://www.clubaftershock.co.uk/
Manchester
Dance club linked to Queens Court playing a good mix of dance and trance

Dance club linked to Queens Court playing a good mix of dance and trance

http://www.barfibre.com
0113 234 1304
Mon-Wed 12pm-12am, Thurs & Sun 12pm-1am, Fri & Sat 12pm-3am
Weekly events at Bar Titania, Soho’s newest and most fabulous gay-friendly bar.

Weekly events at Bar Titania, Soho’s newest and most fabulous gay-friendly bar.

http://www.titaniasoho.com/
Mingling Night – First Saturday monthly at the Hackney Attic, E8

Mingling Night – First Saturday monthly at the Hackney Attic, E8

http://www.beehayve.co.uk
Hackney Picturehouse has level access and a lift to all floors.
7pm – 1am
Betty’s Coffee is now licensed as a bar and Thursday night is Girls Night!

Betty’s Coffee is now licensed as a bar and Thursday night is Girls Night!

https://www.facebook.com/BettysCoffee
07939 228592
17:00 – 23:00
Traditional mixed pub, with regular drag acts

Cabaret and dance bar Monday – Club Drinks Promotion – “Pink Pounder” All drinks £1.50 All shots £1 offer excludes bottles of wine and champaign Tuesday – Club Drinks Promotion – Spirit & Mixer £2 Wednesday – Club Drinks Promotion – Draught Beer £2 Thursday – Bar Drinks Promotion -six of the best drinks £2

http://www.theblackcap.com
0207 4850538
Bar: Mon-Thurs Noon-2am, Fri/Sat Noon-3am, Sun Noon-1am, Club: Mon-Thurs 10pm-2am, Fri/Sat 10pm-3am, Sun 9pm-1am
Blue Monday is a monthly live music night created for lesbian and bi sexual women

Blue Monday is a monthly live music night created for lesbian and bi sexual women.

We are the 2nd Monday of every month at The Boogaloo. Free Entry. Doors open at 7pm. Live music behind at 8.15/8.30pm at the latest.

We don’t have a website but are on Twitter bluemondayldn and have a Facebook page and group.

http://www.groups.to/bluemonday
Doors 7pm – 12am
Relaxed bar with live musicians and Sunday roasts – REVIEW ´08

Relaxed bar with live musicians and Sunday roasts

020 7923 9202
Tues-Sat 5pm-Midnight, Sun 1pm-Midnight, closed Monday
One big club for all genres of black music.

One big club for all genres of black music.

http://www.Bootylicious-club.co.uk
11PM-6AM
Cabarat at Floridita – Soho’s best loved live music venue, bar and restauraunt.

Cabarat at Floridita – Soho’s best loved live music venue, bar and restauraunt.

http://www.floriditalondon.com/
020 7314 4000
7.30pm – 2am
Clam Jam @ Dalston Superstore

CLAM JAM is the premiere Thursday night out for lesbians and their gay boyfriends. PACKIN’ C (aka Cathal) will be having a lezz twice a month with a different special guest, playing sleaze to pleaze, clam dub, r’n’booty, neo soul, hip hop, heavy sample jams and more.

+44 (0) 207 254 2273
21:00 – 02:30
London
HOMO Leeds biggest Gay night, packed with bright hip crowd and the best tunes

HOMO Leeds biggest Gay night, packed with bright hip crowd and the best tunes

http://www.clubmission.com
+44 870 122 0114
Mon 10.30pm-4am
Soho’s popular girls party every last Friday of the month

Soho’s popular girls party every last Friday of the month

http://www.club-code.net
07956 529 649
8pm – 2.30am
Large entertainment bar open to late every night, a favourite with the ladies.
http://www.coyotesbar.co.uk
+44 (0)161 237 9329
Manchester
Post-gay vaudeville´ from Amy Lamé and DJs The Readers Wives

Described as “”Authentic London Honky-Tonk & Purveyors of Progressive Working Class Entertainment””, this is a night out with a difference. Imagine an evening with Lily Savage, a three-foot dildo and Vince?s mum from Queer as Folk and you´re probably halfway there. The club´s atmosphere is more relaxed than that of its pheromone-pumped cousins, with a mix of camp tunes and camper frivolities. Hostess Amy Lamé punctuates the beer swilling (and spilling) with a quiz and probably some of the worst cabaret you´re ever likely to see. Post-gay vaudeville´ from Amy Lamé and DJs The Readers Wives

http://www.duckie.co.uk
020 7737 4043
9pm-2am
Traditional but popular mixed gay pub

Traditional but popular mixed gay pub

020 7439 1274
Standard pub hours
Come along for a friendly, social evening in a great pub.

The Castle Pub is a beautiful pub in the heart of Walthamstow Village.

Open fires, great food, quiet music and friendly staff means a relaxed post weekend friendly experience.

Good food, good wine and some live folk music..

Come along for a quiet drink and meet some locals.

East London Lesbians

London, GB
840 East End Dorothys

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All abilities
7pm to 11pm
London, East
Popular bar on four floors in the heart of Soho

Popular bar on four floors in the heart of Soho

http://www.edgesoho.co.uk/
020 7439 1313
Mon-Sat 12 noon-1am, Sun 12 noon-11.30pm
Exilio is the longest running LGBT straight-friendly Latino club in London

Exilio is the longest running LGBT straight-friendly Latino club in London

http://www.exilio.co.uk
07931 374391
11PM – 4AM
90s disco for rebel grrrls + nancy boys

90s disco for rebel grrrls + nancy boys

http://packingfanny.wordpress.com
No disabled access (unfortunately)
22:00 – 03:30
Trendy mixed soho lounge bar

Trendy mixed soho lounge bar

020 7434 3805
Mon-Fri 4-11pm, Sat 2-11pm, Sun 2-10.30pm
London´s largest gay venue offering a range of cheap, cheerful and cheesy nights out

G-A-Y is London´s (and some say Europe´s) largest gay and lesbian party. There´a range of nights to choose from: GAY (current dance toons) on Saturday´s, Camp Attack (retro) on Friday´s, Music Factory (disco-bunnies) on Thursday´s, and the Pink Pounder (yes it really is a quid) on Monday´s.

http://www.g-a-y.co.uk
11pm- 5am
The Manchester arm of the ever popular London nightclub, G-A-Y Bar is over three floors and offers a state of the art video jukebox system throughout. Its fully heated rooftop terrace offers an outdoor social area and with regular drinks offers, its perfect for those on a budget. Their strictly pop and commercial music policy caters to a young gay clientele seven nights a week.
http://www.g-a-y.co.uk/
0161 228 6200
Manchester
Asifa Lahore and Nikki Lucas proudly announce the launch of Habibi,

Brand new novelette – “Dont Judge a Book By Its Lesbian Cover”

+44 (0) 7989 978 362
10.30-3.30