All of the gay, queer and LGBTQ+ venues and events in the North of London, including King’s Cross, Hampstead, Finchley, Islington and more.
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The Apple Tree (Closing)
The Apple Tree is a quirky, independently owned and stylish gay drinking venue, plus good food and regular arts, events and entertainment.
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Independent LGBTQIA+ venue born out of the long-running and much-loved gay Asian club night Club Kali
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A Single Man Tickets
A new stage adaptation of Christopher Isherwood's A Single Man is coming to the Park Theatre this Autumn
And Then the Rodeo Burned Down Tickets
Winners of this year's Edinburgh Fringe First, New York artists Chloe Rice and Natasha Roland hit London for a 4 week run of their acclaimed new comedy And Then the Rodeo Burned Down.
Animals is the hilarious new play about disability and queer sex at Park Theatre in London
The UK premiere of US playwright Robert O'Hara's acclaimed play Bootycandy is now playing at the Gate Theatre in Camden.
Tim Fraser's debut play Candy is coming to the Park Theatre this August starring Michael Waller.
Fame Whore at the King’s Head Theatre
FAME WHORE - the new show by Wreckage writer Tom Ratcliffe - is coming to the Kings Head Theatre in Islington this October.
Grey Area Tickets
Grey Area is a semi-autobiographical play exploring mental health in queer relationships at the King's Head Theatre
La Cage aux Folles Tickets
Jerry Herman's joyful musical about a middle aged queer couple is revived at the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre this summer.
Naughty at the Hen & Chickens Theatre Bar
Naughty is a darkly comic, queer coming-of-age tale running at the Hen & Chickens Theatre Bar
Oh Yes I Am! at King’s Head Theatre
Retired Panto Dame Hector Hanley fights to remain outrageously himself in this fun new musical set within the world of panto.
Paper Cut Tickets
Paper Cut is a queer love story that looks at how a man’s identity is affected by injury, coming to the Park Theatre
Self Tape Tickets
Self Tape is a ground-breaking one-man monodrama written and performed by Michael Batten