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Pubs and clubs

The Castle Pub
Busy gay-run pub offering pool, jukebox, amusement machines, Internet access, beer garden and regular promotions, Large car park.
1 Spitalfields
off Ketts Hill
Norwich NR1 4EY
Tel 01603 768886
Fax 01603 628325
e-mail: admin@thecastlepub.fsnet.co.uk
website: www.thecastle-pub.com

Oxygen Nightclub
One of the most popular gay clubs in East Anglia. Based in Great Yarmouth, regular events include live PAs, karaoke, and dance nights. Visit their new website for more information including a brilliant tour to Oxygen's doors.
63 North Quay
Great Yarmouth

tel: 01493 332783
website: www.oxygennightclub.co.uk
email: mail@oxygennightclub.co.uk

The Loft Nightclub
Small friendly nightclub in Norwich, on two floors with regular gay nights every Thursday and Saturday. Mixed on Fridays.
80 Rose Lane
Norwich NR1 1PT
Tel 01603 623559
Fax 01603 623559
website: www.loftclub.cjb.net

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