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Whether you are transgender yourself or an admirer, London can be a welcoming city if you know which clubs and bars to hit. Founded in , the Wayout Club is the capitals most well-known TG venue, being one of the first clubs to host a dedicated evening for the transgender community. No membership is required and all are welcome; they are open minded about single guys, girls and admirers as long as the dress code is adhered to and guests remain respectful at all times.
The club has won several awards and is only open on Saturdays from 9. With two venues in the city, She World and She. Image via website. Situated in the East End of London, She World is a discreet and intimate members club for the transgendered community. It offers a safe and welcoming space for socialising and partying every Saturday night. Whether guests identify as cross dressers, transvestites, trans-girls, drag queens or transsexuals, they and their admirers are welcome.
The club has some great facilities including a basement dressing room, upper storey movie theatre, bar and dancefloor as well as a garden smoking area. The club is open to all genders and sexualities which makes it one of the most inclusive TG clubs around, where uniqueness is celebrated. There are regular events being held including speed dating, talent nights and dance parties; details for these can be found on the website.
The basement cellar doubles as a disco play room with some more intimate spaces for socialising. Parties are held every last Friday of each month and runs from An exclusive club with a good atmosphere and positive vibes, La Rose has a loyal membership group. La Rose offers an alternative to the clubbing scene with an invite only policy.
Parties are held once a month and the venue is not open to the general public making it a very discreet and exclusive way to socialise. Because of the privacy afforded to the venue, the dress code is more kinky and the company more experiemental.