Updated: Feb 6, 2019

Here's your list of LGBTQ+ related events for the first week of Pride Month! Get your diaries out !


Neal's Yard Remedies, 2 Neal's Yard,  Covent Garden,  London WC2H 9DP

Monday 4th February 2019


The GAY MEN CUDDLE CLUB is a deeply Loving and Healing workshop where we will explore deeply intimacy with men & healing through cuddles and energy healing.

A safe/fun group of Gay/bi men connecting through eye contact, body contact, energy healing and cuddles.

Living in a busy city as London, we forgot to look into each other eyes... to touch and to be touched... coming to the cuddle club will immediately nurturing your body and soul, this is a very profound and therapeutic healing practice.

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Royal Vauxhall Tavern, 372 Kennington Lane,  London SE11 5HY

Tuesday 5th February 2019


Bar Wotever presents a vibrant stage for both up and coming and well established LGBT and queer Performers, Spoken Word artists and Musicians. The audience is friendly, and mixed across ages, ethnicities, genders and sexualities, everyone is welcome. Plus there are open decks & open mic nights where everyone can be part and play their own music, read and perform.

See some of the best LGBT & Queer Performers in London, UK and the World, plus we encourage newcomers and beginners with great attitude and things to say to join our Open Mic spots. (Book 'your' oppen mic spot via  Bar Wotever champion a big group of Residential Performers who are invited to the stage time after time, just because we totally adore them and their craft. Every event also host Community News for and with our London LGBT & Queer Community. Live Music, Cabaret, Talks, Films and Spoken Word, we do it all! This is a night for friendly and open minded people who know how to pay attention. And every Tuesday is unique. Expect the Unexpected!

Entry £7 otd, £6 in advance

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The Karaoke Hole, 95 Kingsland High Street, London E8 2PB

Thursday 7th February 2019


From the Queers who bring you HUNGAMA (East London’s Bollywood/Hip Hop night) comes 'K - HOLE HOTA HAI' The first BOLLYWOOD Karaoke night hosted by Ryan Lanji and our favourite HUNGAMA Queens.

Come down and select your favourite Bollywood Track and let out your inner Aasha, Laata, Kumar Sanu and/or Sonu Nigam.. What Chu got come sing some Bollywood!

Whether it be Silsila or DDJL.. we’ll be using Youtube so options are endless.

For tickets visit:


The Taproom, 163 Upper Street, London N1 1US

Thursday 7th February 2019

£3 to £5

After a sell-out run at Edinburgh Festival Fringe, BBC3 star Mawaan Rizwan headlines an evening of super-woke queer comedy. With some of the most exciting comedians on the circuit trying out brand new material.

LINEUP: -7TH FEB: Jen Brister, Alex Theo, Sophie Duker -7TH MARCH: David Mills, Tina T’urner Tea Lady (hosted by Gabby Best)

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Dalston Superstore, 117 Kingsland High Street,  London E8 2PB

Friday 8th February 2019

On the Door: £5 on the door between 10-11pm, £7 after 11pm

❤ A night ran by femmes for femmes❤

♀⚧♀Tonight we celebrate femme 4 femme energy ♀⚧♀

♡⚧♡At Femmi-Errect we celebrate the whole femme spectrum (if you identify as femme or love and respect femmes you're welcome to party with us, it doesn't matter what your gender) We say a big fuck you to femmephobia ♡⚧♡

*About Femmi-Errect: Bimonthly FEMME, TRANS and POC led clubnight full of sexy hot queerness for QUEER consumption!

*Free entrance if you receive benefits/ job seekers/ asylum seeker Make sure to email at least 3 hours before

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Opposite Lyceum Theatre, 21 Wellington Street,  London,  LondonWC2E 7RQ

Saturday 9th February 2019 2PM


You look neat. Talk about a treat! You look dapper from your napper to your feet!

From queer goings on in the wings of the Lyceum, to police entrapment from the turret of the Shaftesbury, discover queer London’s subversive, scandalous and sexy theatre tales. This 90 minute walking tour takes in the coded messages of the music hall songs, fascist dalliances from theatre royalty and the (not so well) hidden lives of the top theatre celebrities of the day. Expect bawdy renditions and awkward positions in all weather conditions. 

This tour has been specially commissioned for Equity, to be part of Equity's LGBT History Month celebrations and commemorations, and is led by performers and theatre practitioners Dani Singer and Dan de la Motte, on behalf of Queer Tours of London.

MEET: Opposite the Lyceum Theatre, Sat 9 February, 2pm

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