Bennets, Glasgow’s oldest gay club, has now vanished, and has been replaced by AXM. The original AXM is one of Manchester’s favourite gay clubs, and this is the company’s first foray into the Scottish market. Its Manchester club was named best bar for the North of England 2012 by Boyz magazine, and has also received [...]
Bennets, on Glasgow’s Glassford Street, is Scotland’s oldest gay club and was just about ready to receive the last rites before divine intervention came in the form of Lynnet Leisure, in the spring of this year. The club was almost a rite of passage for gays of a certain age, but neglect meant it was [...]
Number 34 Queen Street Glasgow is an address with a long-time association with Glasgow’s clubbing fraternity. From CPL’s Planet Peach back in the day via Cube and latterly Milan, this basement space has lent itself incredibly well in meeting the needs demanded by a late night venue. The new occupant is Sugar Cube, which opened [...]
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