Safe Space

What we do within our venues to create a LGBTQ+ safe space.

Safe Space Initiatives

Revenge & R-Bar are, first and foremost, safe spaces for the LGBTQ+ community and their friends.

A safe space is a space in which everyone feels welcome, respected, and comfortable with being who they are and where they can feel confident that they will not be exposed to; discrimination, criticism, harassment, or any other emotional or physical harm. Therefore, anyone disrespecting the space will be removed from the venue and incur barring.

Support Networks

Meet Ups & Groups

Allsorts Youth Project – Allsorts provides non-judgemental and safe spaces for children and young people to connect, feel heard, valued and safe. They run a series of Meets Ups and groups such as their: Youth Group, Talk It Out Sessions, and their POC group. Find out more here.

Switchboard – Brighton and Hove LGBT Switchboard is a community organisation and registered charity providing support services run for and by LGBT people in the heart of the LGBT community. Find out more about their services and sessions here.

The Clare Project – Supporting transgender, non-binary and gender-variant people in Brighton and across Sussex. They run weekly drop-ins and offer peer support to anyone wishing to explore issues around gender identity. Find out about their drop-ins, meets and workshops here.


LGBT Switchboard – 0300 330 0630(suitable for all, open 10am-10pm)

Samaritans – 116 123 (suitable for all, open 24/7)

Calm – 0800 58 58 58 (suitable for anyone identifying as male, open 5pm-12am)

Cruise Bereavement Care – 0808 808 1677(suitable for all, open 9:30am-5pm)

Clare Project – 07464 229395 – Request Gray (suitable for trans people and their allies)

Mindout – 01273 234839 (suitable for all)