Greater London, England, United Kingdom
(Listing updated 5 months ago.)
The Grande Dame of Old Compton Street, built on the site of the 200-year-old Swiss Hotel, Comptons has been at the epicentre of the gay scene since 1986. A welcoming beacon through the tough times of the late 80s and 90s, Comptons became famous for the throngs of gay men drinking on the street outside the venue. Now one of London’s most-celebrated LGBTQIA+ venues, Comptons remains the steadfast heart of gay Soho and will be standing proud for many years to come.