South London & Vauxhall

Above The Stag

Above the Stag

Above the Stag is London’s leading venue for LGBTQ theatre, staging numerous plays and musicals throughout the year in its two auditoriums.

Arch Clapham

Arch Clapham

Billed as London’s LGBTQ+ hybrid social venue, Arch Clapham offers a wide selection of great food and tasty drinks, and is chock full of some of the hottest South London has to offer

CMYK

CMYK

South West London got a shot in the arm when Bar CMYK opened as Wimbledon’s first ever LGBTQ+ bar.

Eagle London

Eagle London, 349 Kennington Lane, Vauxhall, London, SE11 5QY | Gay London

The Cock Tavern

The Cock Tavern

The Cock Tavern is a welcome addition to South London’s queer scene, and a boon for Kennington and Camberwell.

The George & Dragon

The George and Dragon

Friendly South London local The George and Dragon is a good spot for a relaxed weekend night out, with plenty of karaoke and drag thrown in!

Fire

Fire in Vauxhall is set across TEN railway arches in South London’s gay village of Vauxhall, and there’s a constant line-up of big events

The Clapham Grand

The Clapham Grand

The Clapham Grand is an independently run venue which serves as a nightclub, live music venue, theatre and event space.

Union

Union, 66 Albert Embankment London, SE1 7TP | Gay London

Horse Meat Disco

Horse Meat Disco at has led the way in disco for nearly ten years at their London HQ of the Eagle London

Drag Fest

Drag Fest London 2021

Re-scheduled from March, the mega festival of all things DRAG is finally back, with live performances a-plenty plus a drag market, comedy stage and more.

Mighty Hoopla

Mighty Hoopla 2021

After last year’s cancellation, the Mighty Hoopla is getting back on track for another round of 7 stages of pop-tastic music.

Staircase at Southwark Playhouse

Staircase

A moving revival of Charles Dyer’s 1960s play at the Southwark Playhouse starring Paul Rider and John Sackville

Ben Daniels - The Normal Heart

The Normal Heart

Larry Kramer’s ground-breaking play The Normal Heart is to open at the National Theatre starring Ben Daniels.

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