Throughout the decades numerous Gay-Friendly venues have come and gone almost as frequently as the seasons. Following the recent closure of the sole venue catering for the LGBTIQ community on the Gold Coast Tickle is prepared to step in and create a monthly event on the first Sunday of every month. With a noticeable gap in the Gay Night Clubbing scene market; Tickle hopes to provide both local and tourists with a quirky, all-inclusive fun venue to let your hair down on a Sunday night without the commute to Brisbane. We wanted the venue to be aesthetically pleasing whilst having the functionality to have a stage for performers and dancers during special events. Log in to leave a comment.
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