Village Soho has been a cornerstone of the LGBTQIA+ community in London’s Soho for years, offering a space that’s as vibrant and flamboyant as the area it calls home. Known as one of the original gay venues in the neighbourhood, Village has been a safe haven where inclusivity shines. By day, it’s a place to relax and unwind, with a chilled atmosphere that welcomes all. As the sun sets, the venue transforms, with Old Compton Street lighting up with the electric energy that Soho is famous for. The establishment promises an eclectic mix of patrons, with fabulous DJs and bar-top go-go boys adding a dash of sass to the evening’s entertainment.
The Heartbeat of Nightlife
Village Soho isn’t just a bar; it’s a part of Soho’s rich history and its ever-evolving story. The business has thrived in this location, adapting and growing with the community. Here, you’ll find an atmosphere steeped in the past, present, and hopeful future of the district. As the night advances, the venue pulses to the soundtrack of Soho—energetic, heart-stopping, and full of life. The drinks menu is as inclusive as its vibe, offering cocktails, beers, wines, and spirits until late. Whether you’re in the mood for a quiet drink after work or a lively night out, Village Soho is the place to be, where the music doesn’t stop and the spirits soar high, embracing the true spirit of Soho.