Lap Dancing Clubs in Tyne and Wear
Way up in the North East corner of England is Tyne And Wear. It contains Gateshead, Sunderland and Whitley Bay. It’s down the coast from the Newcastle, but with a distinct accent and personality all of it’s own.
The biggest city is Sunderland, home of the ‘Mackem’ and Sunderland FC Premier league football club and one of the really historic teams and a huge support of over 50,000 pack their Stadium Of Light. They have won the top flight league six times and the FA cup too. The city is known for heavy industry including the huge Nissan car plant and significant ship building as well as (in the past) coal mining and glass works. Little Black Book is the city’s only strip club right now. The place certainly could use some more if its to rival Newcastle for night life.
The small seaside town of Whitley Bay lies along the coast from Sunderland, it might not be as big as more southern coastal resorts like Bournemouth, Skegness and Scarborough but it holds a very dear place in the hearts of people from Tyne And Wear! Its the place they go to have fun. Yorkshire has Blackpool. London has Southend. Tyne And Wear has Whitley Bay. 24 hour party capital with of course a strip club, Aruba is a unique year round lap dancing club for you to try.
The area also has some history too. It was the northern boundary of the Roman Empire and you can see Segedunum fort at Wallsend and see the famous Hadrians Wall. Jarrow has links to early Christian church history too.
Why not see the Angel of the North sculpture from a different angle? Get out the car at Gateshead and see this iconic 66 feet tall sculpture and was designed by Antony Gormley in 1998.