This traditional gay pub is, as the name suggests, halfway between the bars of Soho and popular club, Heaven, in Charing Cross.
If you're on the lookout for cabaret and drag acts in London, Halfway to Heaven should definitely be on your list. Karaoke nights, which run from Monday to Thursday, are a popular addition to the regular drag events. So, let the regulars lead the way and join in the fun at this welcoming venue.
Détails et plan du lieu
Halfway To Heaven
- Adresse :
7 Duncannon StreetLondonWC2N 4JF
- Téléphone :
- +44 (0)20 7484 0736
Critiques de Yelp
Top 10 reviews of Halfway To Heaven
Halfway to Heaven is an acquired taste.
A bit seedy. Bar staff are friendly. Fabulous location. Usual London bar prices. Old school drag across various nights of the week, often with live singing.
My favourite pastime is cradling a pint while I watch tourists (often families) stumble in thinking they are about to have an authentic 'olde timey' pub experience in London. You can literally see... En savoir plus
Friendly, casual pub that's centrally located and wedged among Trafalgar Square, Charing Cross station, and the St. Martin in the Fields church. The upstairs area is a bit compact, but there's also a decent downstairs area. Service is efficient and to the point, and if you look closely enough, there are multiple, easily accessible charging outlets.
A decent, convenient stop for an inexpensive... En savoir plus
Before traveling to London, I perused a list of gay bars in central London. So I recognized the name after leaving a concert at St. Martin in the Field. I slipped in for a drink and ended up staying a couple of hours. Upstairs, small groups were huddled in conversation around tables. It didn't look like a typical gay crowd and I wondered if some guests may have stopped by for a drink after... En savoir plus
I asked nicely for a gin and tonic, and the bartender couldn't hear me. I repeat it, and he says back "a gin and tonic, PLEASE AND THANK YOU". Right. When he returns with it, I'm given a plastic cup with half a shot of gin and it, and a plastic bottle of tonic water to pour my own drink.
What a sorry excuse for a bar. En savoir plus
I've been here twice.
From entering it's just like any old man's pub. Couple of leery, beer stained gentleman. Grand, we all know where we stand.
But come on in on a Weds night and ( well when I was there) there was a musical drag act. It was magical. There was even a guest appearance from the actress who played Rafiki in the Lion King along the road at the time. It was packed and there... En savoir plus