The Apple Tree London has expanded its offering from a bar and function room - there are now 6 spaces available to hire including a therapy room and massage room!Read more
Welcome to the world of ClexaCon! What is ClexaCon, I hear you ask... well it is an event, which following two successful years in the US, has decided to expand across into Europe, and has chosen London as it's first new location!
ClexaCon brings together actors and filmmakers from lesbian films, webseries and television - lesbians in media generally. One venue, two days, thousands of lesbians!Read more
The second ever Queer Space will take place on the 11th May 2018 at the Fulford Arms in York. The event will host a similar wide range of performers and there will be stalls supporting local LGBTQ businesses (such as enamel pins, t-shirts and poetry pamphlets). This night will be fundraising for the York LGBTQ Youth Group because they are the future of this community in the city!Read more
Fringe are excited to welcome back festival alumni Liz Rosenfeld. A special event at The Cinema Museum.
A selection of works shown in 16mm followed by Q&A with Liz Rosenfeld at The Cinema Musuem as part of Fringe!
Forthcoming feature film Foxes screening at The Cinema Museum as part of Fringe.Read more
Another New Year is creeping up on us... so we let you know what is on... where will you be going?
Are you planning to go out in town, or having a house party? Perhaps your idea of a good New Year is to enjoy it at home with a meal and a drink.
For those of you who are planning on going out, we've collated the events that are being held this NYE. There is quite a selection available so hopefully something for everyone.Read more
The Cliteratti are Hackney Wick’s up and coming queer women night - with live performance and RnB beats, they have been making a name for themselves with their events at the The Yard Theatre. Here, they tell us about their exciting new collaboration which will bring the best of queerlesque.Read more
This year Planet Nation is heading west to Bristol for Bristol Pride!
There have been so many new nights that are queer and women-friendly that we just had to check out what made this place so fabulously friendly for us women... so our road trip is on!Read more
This year Pride in London are using their volunteers to host the official Pride in London women's party rather than collaborating with an existing promoter as they have in the past.
We chatted to the lead volunteer to find out more about what we can expect from the night...Read more
The Pride in London Official Women's Party offers a selection of DJs fairly unknown on the main lesbian circuit in London. Along with the stunning venue, there is an opportunity to experience something different from your standard LBQ night out in London.
We find out a bit more about what you can expect from the DJs on the night...Read more
Pride in London - that time of year where London is swamped with events and where suddenly the LGBT community is everywhere... thing is there isn't always that much for women. This article includes our top 4 choices, LBQ events for women and other unofficial events taking place.Read more
When talking about alcohol and drugs, most people who've spent time in queer and LGBT community have personal stories that are somewhat different to our straight and cis counterparts, perhaps for better or worse. What is the place for sober spaces in queer and LGBT community today?Read more
Brighton Fringe is England’s largest arts festival and one of the largest fringe festivals in the world. We set out to stimulate, educate and entertain a diverse range of people through a diverse range of art forms. And all this in an iconic city with unique cultural heritage.Read more
Queer Fayre sells crafted goods: art & cards; cooked food items such as cakes and jams; recycled and loved clothes, shoes books etc...
All sellers are crafts, selling great products for and by Queers... The venue has brilliant sunlight, a bar and plenty of space!Read more
Croydon PrideFest, London’s second biggest pride, will kick off at 1.30pm with a parade through the town centre to Surrey Street, where the main festival will take place with a stage hosting live music and other acts throughout the day.Read more