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by Andrew Bartlett
Five rooms, LED screens, amazing light shows, and a Funktion-One Sound System make this a place to dance the night away. Resident DJ’s and guests ensure that it is the first choice to continue the party in Blackpool. Open until late.
This is an exclusively gay bar and club in the gay district of Blackpool, in Queen Street (!), so if you’re straight, don’t bother. Live music and a cabaret show, and also exclusively for adults. Regular DJ’s play a mix of classic and current hits.
A burlesque cabaret bar incorporating a cast of male and drag dance performers. Funny Girls have appeared on the Royal Variety Performance on two occasions. Transformed from an old Odeon cinema, it has been decorated in Art Deco style and has several bars as well as “Garbo’s” restaurant.
Nyx Bar & Kitchen
Named after the Greek goddess of the night, this has been converted into a stunning huge venue with two clubs on two floors with VIP booths. DJ’s play party and dance music with a smattering of R & B. Very friendly and welcoming staff.