Discover: The Best Trans and Trans-Friendly Clubs and Events in London

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Shake up your nightlife game and hit the dance floor with our guide to London's most fabulous trans clubs and events!

Welcome to the ultimate guide to London's fabulous Trans Clubs and Events scene – where the city's LGBTQ+ nightlife truly shines, and inclusivity takes center stage! Whether you're trans, an admirer of fabulousness, or just curious about the hottest spots in town, London has you covered. In this journey through the glittering streets of the capital, we'll unveil the hidden gems and iconic venues that make the city's transgender nightlife second to none. 

The Wayout Club

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White Swan, The, 556 Commercial Rd, London E14 7JD | the 3rd Saturday of every month | 10pm-3am

The Wayout Club is not just about clubbing; it's an experience. From cabaret performances starring dazzling drag queens and kings to sensational burlesque acts that'll leave you spellbound, they've got it all. And if you're eager to hit the dance floor, rest assured – the DJs here know how to keep the party going all night long. Keep an eye on their calendar for upcoming trans-specific events that celebrate individuality and diversity like never before. With friendly staff, top-notch security, and an atmosphere that radiates warmth, The Wayout Club welcomes you to step inside, be yourself, and dance the night away.

London's best-kept secret? Perhaps. London's most inclusive party destination? Definitely.

Roma Trans Club

MA1: The Bunker, 217-221 City Rd, London EC1V 1JN | From April: the 4th Friday of the month | 10.30pm-4.30am

From humble beginnings in 2012, Roma Trans Club, has blossomed into a thriving hub for the trans community and their admirers. It was founded by the fabulous Alekssandra Ceciliato, whose infectious warmth and energy infuses every corner of host The Bunker Club, transforming it into a playground of diversity and acceptance. The club's commitment to safety is commendable, with round-the-clock surveillance cameras ensuring everyone's well-being.

The best part? Ladies who dress to impress get in free, with gentlemen joining the fun for just £30. 

So what can you expect when you step into the Roma Trans Club? An unforgettable night fueled by energy, joyful people, and, of course, incredible music. The club's unique tribal remix beats will keep you moving all night long, making it a standout in London's club scene. 

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6 Leytonstone Rd, London E15 1SE | Fridays & Saturdays | 8pm - 2am

She.World, is the ultimate transgender club in Leytonstone! This homely, secure, and intimate venue is your oasis, where you can be your authentic self without fear of judgment. This is a place designed with transwomen in mind, at whatever stage they might be - a place to share, develop and grow into the real you around good listeners, where you are invited to dress how you want to dress, dance to your hearts content and sing the night away, acting out your inner desires and fantasies.

The amenities across two floors include a dressing room, a fully licensed bar, dance floor, movie lounge, garden and private rooms.

Entry costs £11 for transwomen, £16 for admirers and £25 per couple

The Cock Tavern

340 Kennington Road, London, SE11 4LD | Open 5pm-2am on Fridays & Saturdays and 5pm-midnight on Thursdays & Sundays

Not specifically trans, but definitely trans-friendly, The Cock Tavern  is an open, friendly and inclusive spot where “a party-loving pansexual posse cavorts amid the totem poles to a mix of kinky beats, trash pop and loony tunes” ( Landlady Farika has blended the old with the new, with a funky and fabulous aesthetic that pays homage to the past of this Georgian pub and former home of Hawaiian-style tiki bar South London Pacific.

This place has a real community feel to it, and is renowned for its cocktails with a list of over a dozen, from Rhubarb Gin Spritz to Smoked Cherry Negroni, Cosmopolitans, Margaritas, and Classic, Dirty or Expresso Martinis, as well as their very Flat White Espresso Martini. It's not just about grabbing a drink; it's about experiencing a slice of fabulous nightlife you won't find anywhere else in the city.

The Royal Vauxhall Tavern

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372 Kennington Ln, London SE11 5HY | Open every day from 7pm, until as late as 4am Fridays and Saturdays

When it comes to legendary LGBTQ+ venues, the Royal Vauxhall Tavern stands out, resilient and iconic. This establishment, dating back to 1863, has not only weathered the storm of property developers but has also secured a Grade II listing and 'Asset of Community Value' status, thanks in part to the unwavering support of the RVT Future campaign.

It's not trans specific, but stands as a beacon of the LGBTQ+ community. What makes the Royal Vauxhall Tavern truly special is its ability to seamlessly blend rich history, where legends like Princess Diana and Freddie Mercury have left their mark, with cutting-edge queer club nights like Duckie and Bar Wotever, run by London's very own 'Night Czar,' Amy Lamé. Whether you're in the mood for a fabulous drag show, a night of fetish fun, or the pop-tastic 'Push the Button,' the RVT has it all. It's not just a venue; it's an essential stop on London's LGBTQ+ scene, promising unforgettable cabaret, mesmerizing performances, and, of course, a bloody good time. 

Horse Meat Disco

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The Eagle, 349 Kennington Ln, London SE11 5QY | Every Sunday | 8pm-4am

The four-strong DJ collective of Luke Howard, Severino Panzetta, James Hillard and Jim Stanton began their disco shenanigans on New Year’s Day, 2004 at The Eagle, Vauxhall, and have since become a global sensation with monthly residencies in Berlin, New York, and Lisbon, in addition to their iconic London roots. For the time being, theyre back at The Eagle for weekly doses of Sunday night bacchanalia.

From their inception at the NYC Downlow in Glastonbury to their appearances on Rinse FM and even a Channel 4 slot, their infectious energy and passion for disco have made them an unrivaled force in the genre. In a world that's tested the limits of joy and connection, Horse Meat Disco stands as a beacon of unity and celebration, and they are a testament to the power of the club as a place to shed your worries, embrace your true self, and dance the night away. 

Two Brewers

114 Clapham High Street, London, SW4 7UJ | Open every day from 5pm-2am, and 5pm-4am on Fridays & Saturdays

The Two Brewers Bar in Clapham  has been a beloved fixture of the community since 1981, proudly serving the LGBTQIA+ community for over 40 fabulous years. Known for its glittering cabaret extravaganzas, including unforgettable drag performances, lip-sync battles, karaoke showdowns, and quiz nights, this is the place to go for those seeking non-stop entertainment. It's a venue that truly caters to all tastes, with a diverse lineup of events that includes comedy, burlesque, live music, and DJs, ensuring there's something for everyone to enjoy. As if that weren't enough, The Two Brewers is also associated with Clapham's Pride, a testament to its dedication to creating a safe and inclusive space where everyone can come together and have a blast.

The Queen Adelaide

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483 Hackney Road, London E2 9ED | Open every day 5pm - 1am, and 5pm - 3am Fridays & Saturdays

The Queen Adelaide is a former lapdancing bar that's become a shining beacon of inclusivity in London's East End. Its kitschy, camp, and cozy ambiance, adorned with fairy lights and quirky treasures, sets the stage for unforgettable nights out. Run by the same team behind The George & Dragon, this pub plays a vital role in keeping the LGBTQ+ spirit alive in the area, filling the void left by shuttered venues like The Nelson's Head and Joiners' Arms. Here, you'll find an eclectic mix of patrons, from local art students and fashion-forward trendsetters to romantics seeking dimly lit booths for memorable first dates. The basement's mirrored walls harken back to its strip club days, making it a perfect spot for a tipsy boogie on the dance floor. The Queen Adelaide's lineup of weekend club nights caters to diverse tastes, from sweaty R&B dance parties to fabulous celebrations of French pop divas. 

Zodiac Bar

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119 Hampstead Road, London, NW1 3EE | Open Tuesday - Sunday from 5pm until 12-2, depnding on the day

Zodiac Bar is a relatively new addition to London’s LGBTQ+ scene, growing from an events organisation putting on small, humble pop up events in various venues to an entity with its own venue in July 2021, independently run thanks to community investment and a growing following with buzz from guests and on social media. 

The venue is split level with the main bar on the ground floor for chilled drinks in the early evening and top entertainment, quizes and games at the weekends. The basement club is home to club nights and also ZING! Karaoke Party and available for private hire.

It’s more than just a gay bar, it's a vibrant and exclusive home for the LGBTQ+ community and their allies, with club nights and a full programme of events like Movie Nights, Karaoke, Drag Bingo and Open Mic Nights.

KU Bar

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30 Lisle St, London WC2H 7BA | Open every day 1pm - 3am except Sundays (1pm-midnight)

Ku Bar is where glamour meets diversity in the heart of London's Soho, just a stone's throw from Chinatown. They are an LGBTQ+ hotspot spanning three fabulous floors, with a capaciry of 500, a favorite among the stylish, image-conscious, and delightfully camp-friendly crowd. On the ground floor, you'll find a modern and vibrant bar space with video screens playing the latest chart hits, setting the perfect atmosphere for mingling and sipping cocktails. But the real magic happens downstairs in Ku Klub, a clubby-style DJ-driven basement bar, revamped in October 2022. Join them for drag cabaret every Wednesday with the fabulous Bombshell!