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Subway opened in 1981 in Leicester Square, the only attempt during the period to replicate in London a New York-style sex disco with dress code, became a hotbed of controversy when it was accused of helping to spread AIDS. Subsequently all gay discos were tarred with the same brush; Heaven was one of the few that managed to survive.[1]

See Timeline of West End Bars and Clubs.