It is 5. I am standing in the bathroom at Union, a club under the railway arches in Vauxhall, chatting to a dude called Jamie. A petite mixed-race kid, he's in his civvies, wearing a long low-necked vest with XXL on it and a heavy gold chain. Most weekends he's in drag as Barbarella Fierce. Fire, Area when it was open," he says. That leads to problems. We're here for Glamorous , London's only Monday morning club event.
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London has a vast clubbing scene that serves any taste and style of music you can think of. To keep this page manageable for travellers, we have limited it to the most popular gay clubs and parties. If you need a more complete list of all the hundreds of gay parties, grab a copy of London's weekly gay magazine QX. Gay London. Other cities.
Clubs in East London
Proud Camden. Occupying former theatres, railway arches, factories, warehouses and newspaper printing presses, many of London's major clubs started out as illegal party venues, and Londoners are used to descending into the ancient heart of their city for a big night out. There's indie, rock, pop and world music in the mix, but it's all-night dance raves on the weekend that are the lifeblood of these huge spaces.
But here it is, enjoy. Egg nightclub never stops. Make sure to visit the whole club which is a multi-room complex with the main room transforming into a chilling rooftop area during Summer. At the entrance, be ready for a full body search and you may have to remove your shoes — yeah, they are picky on drugs -. One year later, the same team built-up a new club which opened in , in an absolutely incredible location: the club takes place in a former school , and so they named it De School.