Holiday Hotspots for Gay Women Visiting the UK



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The Marlborough/ Courtesy of J. Linwood

Ah Brighton, one of the most accepting cities in the whole of the UK: It’s almost like the British answer to Portland, OR. This seaside city has a laidback vibe with a large artist community and a high concentration of gay people, but it’s not all vegan cafes and sunbathing; Brighton residents also like to party until the sun comes up.


Bulldog Bar: This high-energy bar draws in the party crowds every day of the week; its main events are cabaret nights, karaoke battles and drag competitions. Not the best choice for a quiet drink, but definitely one for anyone who wants to celebrate.

Club Revenge: Another one for party lovers, Club Revenge is a high-octane three-floor venue famous for its foam parties, UV parties and theme nights like Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Located right on the beach, you can take a break from the celebrations by chilling out next to the pier; just stay out of the water if you’ve been drinking.

Cultural Activities

The Marlborough Pub and Theatre: This historic lesbian pub, near the Royal Pavilion, has a small theatre upstairs for the thespians. First opened in 1794, this pub has a varied history from a meeting place for the Gay Liberation Front to a haunted pub.

It is currently run by Community Interest Company Marlborough Productions, who work to put on unique shows about contemporary life. Production Company Pink Fringe, who specialize in  theatre and cultural events, also work within the Marlborough Theatre

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