Lesbian Bars in Brighton
About as liberal minded as they come, Brighton's bars, pubs and clubs are a wonderfully welcoming space, that invites any and all into their party midst. Renowned for their gay friendly vibes and LGBT tailored party scene, Brighton is without doubt the gay capital of the UK, boasting more lesbian bars than you can shake a stick at. Take a look at our top picks for lesbian bars in Brighton.
Last updated on 31st January 2017
A rainbow coloured vision on Brighton's beachfront, this naughty little number is a firm favourite among Brighton's lesbian community. Often hosting some of the rowdiest nights in B-Town, Legends offers a raucous space that more than caters to the wants and needs of Brighton's party hearty; whether it's drag nights, devilish debauchery, karaoke sessions or cabaret nights, it's anything goes at Legends in Brighton!
One of the biggest gay clubs in Brighton, this is a top hot spot for drinking and dancing in Brighton. The dance floor is known for its raucous antics, with frequent debauchery and regular themed events. A Pride hub, and a host to regular drag nights and drinkonomical drinks deals, it will comes as no surprise why Charles Street is a popular lesbian bar in Brighton.
A wonderfully eccentric party spot and something of a drag staple in Brighton, The Queen's Arms delivers a healthy smattering of red baroque themed dècor, glittered ceilings and fairy lights. The ideal setting for a variety show of ever-raucous stage antics, this Kemp Town boozer offers karaoke nights, cabaret shows and the most hilarious drag nights in the city.
Your one stop shop for a hustle and a bustle, Club Revenge is renowned as a Brighton party institution that boasts a distinctly gay vibe. Look forward to foam parties, UV parties, glitter balls and mirrored surfaces, as well as a cool soundtrack of the best in commercial pop and current chart hits at one of our favourite lesbian bars in Brighton. Be sure to head to Girls On Top, a girls only affair that packs a raucous party punch.
A gay pub in Brighton that is known for its colourful past and vibrant present, the Marlborough is a wonderfully unique drinking den, and one of the most popular lesbian bars in Brighton. Presenting a roulette table of unique theatrics and wondersome characters, patrons can look forward to an event calendar jam packed with cult movie nights, hidden peep shows and drag nights.
Founded in 1979, Bulldog Bar is a high energy haunt that packs in quite the party crowd throughout the week. Presenting a calendar filled with cabaret events, karaoke showdowns and live drag nights, it will come as no surprise that Bulldog Bar is a popular choice during Brighton Pride, and always pulls in a lively lesbian crowd.