Following our Lesbian guides to Paris and Stockholm, we bring you The Most Cake Lesbian Guide to Belfast.Sure, it might be better known for that sectarian war thing, but things have changed. by Ginger Cake Belfast doesn’t have the best reputation for its nightlife or gay scene.
(I’m still waiting for the Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain to come).
This is the queer one which takes place in November of each year for about a week and a half.
On Tuesday night you pay £20 for a wristband which gets you free drinks for the rest of the night.
Saturday night is usually packed and dancing and drinking are the general activities here. As the name suggests, this bar is on Union Street beside The Kremlin.
It’s those areas of compatibility mentioned above that form the basis of a great match – one that continues to grow and develop as life goes on.
Once Compatible Partners has matched you with someone who really shares these key traits, its guided communication techniques allow the two of you to really develop a connection, while also discovering things about yourself.
And Belfast is having “a moment”, and we mean that in a good way.
Yet, there still isn’t a lot of choice when it comes to gay clubs or culture.
2012 will be its sixth year and they’ll have lots of interesting events again.
Music, film, theatre, performance, workshops and exhibitions are spread across the city.
You can organize profile photos into albums and even unlock private photo albums on a one-on-one basis.