Friday 02 Dec. 2016

The Hoist will close after 21 years

One of London's longest-running leather clubs is closed its doors for good, it has been announced to the costumers.

The Vauxhall club of the announcing the closure of the south London venue The Hoist , was famed for its gay dressed nights and dress code.

The Hoist opened 21 years ago and was going to originally be for just two years. That turned into more years (21 years so).

Hoist's final night will take place on Sunday 11 December, after which, the owner is considering retirement.

The landlord of the venue is Network Rail , and wanting to lease it to another nightclub business.

The Hoist does not appear to have been sold to make way for luxury apartments or a chain venue, like other LGBT+ venues in London ahead, but the closure will still become as a blow to many clubbers who have seen a number of much-loved bars and clubs disappear from London's LGBT+ scene.



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