London’s most successful LGBTQ+ nightclubs could close, after owners admitted they ‘don’t know what the future holds.’G-A-Y, with venues across the capital, has been in business for decades, and have welcomed guests such as Spice Girls, Lady Gaga and Adele.But the venues closed on June 12 for a ‘true break’ to protect the mental health of staff, owner Jeremy Joseph announced this week.He also revealed he is considering shutting down them for good.Mr Joseph told Virgin Radio Pride UK: ‘There are probably three or four options on the table, including closing and selling up.‘I’m not saying that’s what I’m going to do.