A strictly 'no men allowed' club night is coming to British shores
More 'no men allowed' club nights are scheduled to take place across the country
A nightclub in Manchester will be hosting a 'no men allowed' club night as part of a nationwide tour.
Lick Events will be taking over the Ritz nightclub on May 7 for its women-only night.
The company say that their nights are "for women, by women" and have a strict "no men allowed" policy.
The idea is that women and trans people are given a space where they can party safely. The no men allowed nights have been running for a while now, with the first ones taking place in London's Vauxhall district in 2019.
Lick nights are also scheduled to take place in at Concorde 2 in Brighton (April 30) and The Mill in Birmingham (May 6).
The lineup for the Manchester event will include DJ sets from Monique B, Janelle Wynter and Miller Black.
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One person commented: "You know how I know this works? Because it would never work if it was an all men bar. Men go on the pull. Girls go to have fun."
Another wrote: "I am a middle aged het [heterosexual] man and love this. Women partying with women will be a fun atmosphere."
"It's like all the drunken love in women's bathroom in a club - but it's the whole club!" a third added.
Several others voiced their love for the idea, with one person from the Netherlands saying they would love a similar night there and to have a "night out without being harassed."
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