London's Cultural Guide



Why monogamy is dead

Comedian Rosie Wilby’s book tracks her journey from one-woman-woman to ‘playfairer’


What’s a Gay Wedding Show actually like?

It’s a blast, says Clare Hand, who soaks up the twinkly atmosphere solo (alas)

Film & Theatre

MUST DO: BFI Flare Film Festival

One of the longest running LGBTQ+ events in the world is back with a killer schedule of new, recent and classic films


Queer Britain, the world’s largest LGBTQ+ museum is opening in London

It might be long overdue but at least it’s now a reality in a city with centuries-worth of queer history


Photography on the Margins is coming to the Barbican

An unmissable new show celebrates the historic relationship between photographers and people on the peripheries


MUST DO: Winter Pride, Scala

The annual LGBT+ event is bringing back seminal club Popstarz in the best gig venue in King’s Cross


An essential guide to LGBT+ History Month

Our round-up of the best talks, art and activism in the capital all Feb, from Camden to Deptford


All aboard the Bang Bus, London’s first LGBT+ double-decker

If there’s a heaven for queers this is what the local bus service looks like, says Clare Hand


Review: Gay UK, British Library

Love, Law, Liberty highlights the changing attitudes to gay love over the last century and a bit


London’s LGBT+ venues in crisis, with a 58 per cent loss of spaces

The last decade has been a harsh time for venues across the capital, as a report published today shows