North London's Cultural Guide

LGBT

Culture

Queer Jubilee: Drag at Zabludowicz, Queer Britain and Mighty Hoopla

Don’t fancy Jubilee street parties and pubs pushing Pimm’s? Three alternative ways to spend the weekend

Community

LGBTQ History Month 2022: top 10 Camden & Islington highlights

Unmissable events taking place across North London, from a queer British Museum trail to lesbian cabaret

Culture

My Boy Danny: the acclaimed play tackling LGBTQ hate crime

Written and directed by Alfie James, don’t miss this production coming to Kentish Town’s Lion & Unicorn Theatre

Community

Camden & Islington LGBTQ History Month 2021 is here

Give yourself a Netflix holiday with more than 30 online cultural events, from book clubs to heritage trails

Community

12 local reasons to be cheerful

Forget boarded-up shops, rain and Covid with these new openings, relaunches, discounts and more

Community

Queering Camden: a new LGBTQ+ community mapping project

Founder Sarah Allen explains more about her inventive way to tackle queer isolation in difficult times

LGBT

Zodiac Bar: north London’s newest LGBTQ+ venue

Against the ongoing closure of Camden’s legendary Black Cap, a new bar has quietly opened between Tufnell Park and Archway

Community

The world’s first Vagina Museum opens in Camden Market

The museum is inclusive and open to people of all ages, genders and sexual orientations, say the founders

Culture

Wac Arts celebrates turning 40 with a festival weekender

Scissor Sisters’ Ana Matronic is one of the highlights at the LGBTQ-focused three-dayer this month

Drink

Why every pub should support Ask For Clive

Phill Hoddinott on an initiative that encourages bar staff to take action if LGBTQ customers are experiencing abuse

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