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Two Brewers

Two Brewers

Two Brewers, Clapham High Street, London, UK

The Two Brewers has been proudly serving the gay community for over 30 years. This is south London's most famous cabaret venue, with areas available for party bookings on request. There's cabaret seven days a week and a range of events from karaoke, quiz nights and London's famous drag acts, and the nightclub opens Fridays and Saturdays. From the weekly quiz to back-to-back drag on Sundays and great offers on drinks, there's something for everyone to enjoy.

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