Door + Entry Policy

Club & Bar Revenge: Standard Business Policies

The following are set out as Club & Bar Revenge’s standard operating practices as a guide-line for patrons. However,  these are subject to change around special events and circumstances. The decision of the venue management and security team is always final.

Homophobia & Prejudice

Club & Bar Revenge are first and foremost venues for members of the LGBT+ community and their friends. Whilst anyone is welcome to join the party, if you or anyone in your group is homophobic (or prejudiced in any other way) this isn’t the place for you.


Last Admission is one hour before closing. Re-entry is not permitted.
Entry is subject to search policy and right of admission is reserved at all times.


Club & Bar Revenge do not operate a dress code as such, however, large parties in fancy dress should speak with a member of the management team in advance to guarantee entry.


All Bar & Club Revenge events are over 18s and our door team will request valid photographic ID from anyone appearing to be under 30 years old. Valid photographic ID is a photo driving license or passport.

ID Scanner

At Bar & Club Revenge we use SCAN NET – a computer system which takes a scanned copy of your ID, checks your age and whether you are listed on our database of people who have been barred from any venue using SCAN NET. Your data will be stored on SCAN NET’S password-protected systems for up to 5 years, but this data is not used for marketing purposes. SCAN NET is voluntary – if you do not wish to have your ID scanned, or details saved, please just tell a member of security on entry. However, you may be denied entry if you refuse to have your ID scanned. This is to ensure the safety of all our customers.


Large birthday parties and other celebrations are welcome with advance arrangement with the management. However, Club and Bar Revenge do not, as a rule, offer admission to hen or stag parties – this is especially the case if parties are in fancy dress (EG. veils, L-plates etc).

Drugs & Intoxication

The Management operate a policy of zero tolerance to drugs. Persons found in possession, or suspected to be under the influence of a controlled substance will be reported to the police.

Persons who appear to be intoxicated, abusive, and argumentative or who demonstrate signs of anti-social behaviour will be asked to leave the premises.


CCTV in operation throughout the premises.


Please be aware that photographs taken within the venue may appear in advertising literature or on our website.

Special Events

Management reserve to change or withdraw any promotion without prior notice.