Updated: Feb 15, 2019

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The Big Gay Sing Along

Sing The Easy Way - Singing Lessons London, 7A Camden Terrace, London NW1 9BP

Multiple dates


Come and join us for this fantastic group sing along session. De-stress after a busy week: unwind and start the weekend with an uplifting, exhilarating experience.

The Big Gay Sing Along will run every other Friday: unless otherwise advertised.  Songs chosen will range from rock to pop, jazz to soul; you’ll even pick up some vocal technique along the way. Come and hang out with other like-minded people. Bring your own drink of choice and drinking vessel. You don’t need to be an amazing singer to join this group, just have a love for music and passion for singing.

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United Shapes of Drag: Tops and Buttons!

Two Brewers, 114 Clapham High Street,  London SW4 7UJ

Sunday 17th February 2019


United Shapes of Drag (USoD) make their debut at Two Brewers, Clapham with a new show of debauchery, silliness and definitely a nipple or two.

We formed back in April 2018 - after Draguating form the Art of Drag course at the RVT. Since then we’ve gone from strength to strength, our aim being to create more space for Drag and queer performers to have a voice and feel empowered.

From burlesque to stand-up, lipsync to live vocals, kings to queens to in-betweens, USoD represent many of the shapes drag can take and basically throw the whole 'drag' rule book out the window.

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Mind. Body. Booty |

Prince of Peckham Pub, 1 Clayton Road,  London SE15 5JA

Wednesday 20th February 2019

£5 to £10

An evening of 3 x 45 minute fitness classes:

Waack and Vogue, Core Conditioning and POC Do Yoga.

Waack and Vogue – A dance cardio class mixing the two art forms of waacking and voguing from the late 70's, choreographed in our Music Room to a playlist that will take you on a journey through the dance styles history. Core Conditioning – A core conditioning class focusing on strengthening the core, back muscles and glutes with the aim to improve posture and flexibility. A fun and dynamic session for people at all levels of fitness. POC Do Yoga – A space for POC people to practise yoga and unite. Wear comfortable clothing, bring a mat, water a smile. All levels welcome.

The Automaton Xtravaganzah

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

Wednesday 20th February 2019


New year, new Xtravaganzah!  Do you ever feel a bit beside yourself...?  A bit out of your head, maybe...?  It's The Automaton Xtravaganzah, and we are getting A.I AF up in here!  Join Virgin Xtravaganzah and this incredible lineup of performers for a night so good, it's UNREAL!  

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A surprisingly decent Valentines Night

Folklore, 186 Hackney Road,  LondonE2 7QL

Wednesday 20th February 2019


WE’RE BACK!  Folklore presents... A Surprisingly Decent Valentines Show™, brought to you by Joy Less and...GLEW! 

That’s right Sister Fibrosis has left this realm (She’s no longer in zone 1-2) and Joy has moved on quickly and bagged herself the finest Vanessa Felts impersonator in all north west london.  

 After a well deserved break since our Christmas show we have decided to come back in full force and bring you a show full of love, romance and #Journeys  - Albiet slighty late

We, as a people (Joy and Glew) believe in the power of LOL. Comedy is an art form. It’s a lifestyle. It’s bad photoshop skills. It’s survival. It’s a passage of rite. It's Sarah Hardings bum note in 2009.

InterComms: Can Brands Trans*form?

Karmarama, 20 Farringdon Road, London EC1M 3HE

Thursday 21st February 2019


Intercomms LGBT Network is excited to present its first creative panel discussing trans and non-binary representation in comms. Trans and non-binary identities often seem like an afterthought in LGBTQ+ comms - if they're even represented at all.

Join us for an evening of discussion on what authentic trans and non-binary representation in creative work and the communications industry looks like.Register here for an evening of drinks, nibbles and desperately needed conversation on Thursday 21st February, kindly hosted in partnership with Karmarama at 20 Farringdon Road, EC1M 3HE.

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Out in Tech LDN | Coming Out Over the Years

Thu, February 21, 2019

7:00 PM – 9:30 PM GMT

Vodafone, 1 Kingdom Street

London W2 6BY


Join Out in Tech and Vodafone for an evening of personal stories by LGBTQ+ leaders about how legislation, societal expectations, and business regulations have impacted being out at work over the years -- from baby-boomers to generation Z.

Drinks & snacks provided.

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Goldsmiths' LGBTQ Staff Network presents 'Mr Gay Syria' - Film Screening

Tue, 26 February 2019

17:30 – 20:00 GMT

LG01, Professor Stuart Hall Building

Goldsmiths, University of London

London SE14 6NW


Mr Gay Syria follows two gay Syrian refugees who are trying to rebuild their lives. Husein is a barber in Istanbul, living a double life between his conservative family and his gay identity. Mahmoud is the founder of Syria's LGBTI movement and is a refugee in Berlin. What brings them together is a dream: to participate in an international beauty contest as an escape from their trapped lives and an answer to their invisibility.

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BAME LGBT+ Over 50s Collaboration with Haringey Vanguard - Then & Now Art Social

Wed, 27 February 2019

18:00 – 21:30 GMT

Bruce Castle Museum

Lordship Lane, London N17 8NU


Join our sessional worker Rachael working for Opening Doors London this month to attend 'Vanguard of Then and Now BAME LGBTQ+ Art Project'. This month we will be collaborating with Haringey Vanguard which is a project focusing on BAME LGBTQ+ activism in Haringey during the 1970s-1990s. You can find out more information on the project here:

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