Above the Stag is London’s leading venue for LGBTQ theatre, staging numerous plays and musicals throughout the year in its two auditoriums.
South London & Vauxhall
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
South West London got a shot in the arm when Bar CMYK opened as Wimbledon’s first ever LGBTQ+ bar.
Eagle London, 349 Kennington Lane, Vauxhall, London, SE11 5QY | Gay London
157 – 159 Rye Lane, Peckham, London, SE15 4TL
Royal Vauxhall Tavern, 372 Kennington Lane, London, SE11 5HY | Gay London
A friendly, neighbourhood wine bar in Clapham
The Cock Tavern is a welcome addition to South London’s queer scene, and a boon for Kennington and Camberwell.
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!
The Two Brewers, 114 Clapham High Street, London, SW4 7UJ | Gay London
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 is an independently run venue which serves as a nightclub, live music venue, theatre and event space.
Union, 66 Albert Embankment London, SE1 7TP | Gay London
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.
After last year’s cancellation, the Mighty Hoopla is getting back on track for another round of 7 stages of pop-tastic music.
A moving revival of Charles Dyer’s 1960s play at the Southwark Playhouse starring Paul Rider and John Sackville
Larry Kramer’s ground-breaking play The Normal Heart is to open at the National Theatre starring Ben Daniels.