Pride in London is almost here. A week of fringe events followed by the weekend of partying. Here we list all of the events that are on offer that have a focus towards LBQ women... we really are spoilt for choice this year!! On Saturday alone, the total capacity at events where it is run by or for women is a whopping 5,200.Read more
Dyke March London (DML) is organised by a community-centred, grassroots collective who want to increase dyke visibility in London and the UK. With a strong focus on inclusiveness and accessibility the annual protest march aims to provide a platform for all women on the LBTQ* spectrum to make themselves seen and heard in the city.Read more
Downstairs at the Black Cap, something is stirring, the ground is buzzing, and something big is coming. Women from all over London, and further afield, are descending upon Camden to go to DownGirls. Why is this night causing such a stir?Read more
Readers of G3 and Out in the City magazines have voted Pride in London 2013 the Event of the Year. The Award was announced by Charlie Condou and Sophie Ward and presented by Dan Gillespie Sells at a ceremony at the Landmark Hotel where winners in other categories included Joey Barton, Paul O’Grady, Heather Peace, Jane Hill and Tom Daley. So we’re in great company.Read more
Planet London has been working with event organisers now for nearly 3 years. We have been helping in a variety of ways from just listing events, to running promotional campaigns, to providing consultancy services and training on how to promote an event to the LBQ community. Since we launched in 2011 the number of events available in London has increased significantly. Whilst there are still some gaps (more nights for the 30+ market are definitely required) the scene is definitely on the up. The best thing is it isn't all about quantity. We are also seeing more being added to nights. Club nights such as Bridge Girls Late, Boi Box, Wotever andDownGirls are offering entertainment so the price of entry really does go a long way.Read more
Are you looking for a special treat? A super venue, fine dining, top entertainment and dancing into the night with other LGBTQ friends?
Look no further because this is what we do at Colourfulpink! We create extra special events.Read more
NEON JUNGLE are confirmed as the headline act ready to perform their brilliant hits, including Trouble, Braveheart, and their current top ten smash Welcome to the Jungle.
Support comes from a modern day Dusty Springfield, the talented Bela Takes Chase.Read more
How you can help make Pride in London 2014 the best yet
1) Get Marching! There's no other experience like walking in a group as part of the parade and waving to the thousands of Londoners that come out to support the Parade. There's music, there's dancing, there's antics and a great buzz. And if you're lucky, no rain!
International Women's Festivals - interview with Cindy Edwards, Festival Director of L Fest, L Fest Del Mar and L FestivePosted by Planet Nation on 10 April 2014
This interview is with Cindy Edwards, Director of lesbian festivals L Fest (UK) and L Fest Del Mar (Spain) along with fringe festival L Festive (UK).
This video features some outtakes at the end because we lost Cindy part way through the recording; and well a girl's got to keep herself amused!Read more
The sun has been shining and we love it. SHE has been creating a variety of summery cocktails to get everyone in the mood for the warm months ahead. From frozen daiquiris to mojito’s, their tasty and fresh cocktails are the talk of the town.Read more
Announcing a new club night in Clapham for women following the success of Bridge Girls
Bridge Girls leapt onto the scene a few months ago and was an instant hit. After all; it makes sense to have a women's event in South West London; and Clapham is a gay hub - I'm not really sure why it has taken so long; but here it is at last!Read more
Re-inventing and hosting some of the already much loved events such as Laughing Labia & BOI Box, SHE has introduced new events such as ‘Speed Dating’ in connection with Pink Lobster. Many more events are due to be announced over the next few weeks from burlesque to some special shows from the infamous ‘Short & Girlie Show’.Read more
The highly anticipated opening of new Ku venue 'She' happens tonight. The queue is already round the corner.
It's the first women's venue with an entrance on the iconic (and infamous?) Old Compton Street.Read more
SHE Bar Soho brings you the first EVER lesbian bar on the main strip of Old Compton Street. This is one of the world’s biggest gay districts and is in the heart of London. Nestled in between iconic venues like Soho House & GAY Bar we cannot wait to be part of the neighbourhood.Read more
SHE Bar Soho brings you the first EVER lesbian bar on the main strip of Old Compton Street. This is one of the world’s biggest gPosted by Planet Nation on 19 January 2014
In the second of a series of articles introducing women's spaces / venues in London, we present:
LABELS WOMEN'S RESTAURANT AND LOUNGERead more
There is an updated juke box, and DJs will be getting everyone dancing. Plans include theme nights (60's-2000's music), over 25s nights, a couples meet and greet events, singles nights, and membership discounts. The venue will also be milking the Coyote Ugly style night where possible, with bar dancers, wet fun and singalongs...and oh so much more..Read more
A little roundup of all the best events for LBQ women in case you haven't decided what to do...Read more
When Rose Collis and VG Lee put their heads together one night, and came up with an alternative pre-Christmas show for those of us not completely taken up with Christmas festivities, they did not imagine the event would end up in a social media storm.Read more