Undoubtedly the most well known of gay bars in Leeds is The Viaduct Showbar, boasting live entertainment every night from some of the areas feistiest and most glamorous performers this side of Las Vegas. Queens Court or QC to the locals has fantastic early evening drinks deals 2 for 1 on everything bar champagne, boo! Fibre mainly attracts a younger, image consciousness, cooler crowd who are up for partying until the sun rises.
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From rock and roll bars to polynesian paradises - Call Lane is the ultimate night out in Leeds. Starting at the other side of the Corn Exchange, by the Kirkgate entrance to th market, there are an abundance of bars to try out. There's everything from underground spirit dens, to hidden cocktail bars - so knowing where to go to find these secret treasures is a must.
So I asked for a double and some guy at the back of the bar with big hair and an improbably bigger Attended Blayds with my Facebook group what a truly amazing gay venue great team well organised Visited Leeds for a couple of days and Blayds was a stone's throw from our hotel.
Very observant of the door Lovely atmosphere and very good service with a smile. Plenty of parking in the area and many
Whether you head down The Calls or up Merrion Streetthere are loads of places to go out in Leeds — but none of them are quite as famous as Call Lane. Credit: Ollievision. And what do you order?
The Mitre Hotel was built in and could be found at number 48 Commercial Street. It is documented that you had to go down some steps to enter the bar and it is claimed that at the bottom of the stairs was a two-way mirror through which either the police or the talent could be viewed as they arrived. It is thought to have closed as a licensed premises back in
The tenth year of the Leeds Pride march and celebration, held inwas attended by over 40, people. Around the room, men sit cuddling and kissing, or are dancing clumsily together, as they hug each other tightly. Others walk around greeting friends who have just arrived, always touching their bodies and sometimes picking one another up.