As well as being the ultimate guide to gay London with our pages and pages of club and bar coverage, QX also features a huge variety of features, from political and social issues facing the gay community today to our hugely popular series of queer history specials. Of course, we have lots of lighthearted editorial, too, such as interviews with scene personalities, celebrities and pop stars.

A New Chapter In Gay Clubbing Of London

A New Chapter In Gay Clubbing Of London

Dan Beaumont and Charlie Porter aren’t your average gay DJs. You can leave your wailing dancefloor divas at the door. What they plan to deliver with Chapter 10 - their hawt new warehouse party that takes place on Easter Sunday - is full on, ass-kickin’ techno to shake your butt to. 

 
Izabella Finch & Friends

Izabella Finch & Friends

Izabella Finch is a young artist, theatre-maker and musician who decided to take over the London Art Gallery on its last day of opening, and bring a vibrant, carnival-esque evening of performance and merrymaking to the streets of East Dulwich. With an open door policy, people shepherded in from the sharp Spring night by the delightful Izabella herself and gloriously cheap drinks (£1.50 a beer, anyone?), the atmosphere was sizzling and the punters smiling. 

 
Drag For A Day

Drag For A Day

What is it with gay men and drag? Is it just a bit of camp fun or a deliberate act of subversion against an obsessively patriarchal society? And how does drag reconcile itself against the increasing hyper-masculinity of the modern gay scene? QX looks into this world…

 
Life In The Jungle

Life In The Jungle

What with nominations for ‘Band of the Year’, Neon Jungle are rapidly becoming one of the most popular girl groups of the moment. Anthony Gilét chats with member Asami about awkward flirting, socialising with the stars, and sunbeds.

 
Drag Idol 2014 Launch

Drag Idol 2014 Launch

10/04/14: It was time to welcome back Drag Idol for another year of high camp and even higher drama - if previous years are anything to go by - as Jimmy Smith and his team at the Two Brewers swung open their glitter-infused doors to us and the cabaret-loving public for the official launch of this year’s competition.

 
So Clichéd!

So Clichéd!

Cliché is the new club night on the London landscape that is set to blow your box apart over the Easter weekend, courtesy of gay club promoter extraordinaire the one and only Miss Jodie Harsh and her partner in glorious nightlife crime, Scottee. With premier bastions of the capital’s LGBT scene involved, like Room Service, Sink the Pink and Scottee’s devilish performance friends, this is set to be one of the highlights of your Bank Holiday extravaganza. QX caught up with the dynamic duo behind it themselves to find out more about what to look forward to… 

 
All Hail The Drag Idols

All Hail The Drag Idols

Britain’s Got Talent? Forget dancing dogs and wailing divas, there’s only one UK-wide talent search that’s actually delivered real stars and it’s called Drag Idol!
 
Five times a charm!

Five times a charm!

Jeremy Joseph ran his fifth London Marathon last Sunday, just days after G-A-Y proudly announced it had hit the magic £250,000 mark in its fundraising for the Elton John AIDS Foundation

 
I’ll stop running when we have an AIDS-free future!”

I’ll stop running when we have an AIDS-free future!”

This week, Jeremy Joseph runs his fifth London Marathon. Mildly psychotic or just dedicated to raising awareness and vital funds for HIV charities? You decide…
 
The World According to GBF

The World According to GBF

GBF - aka the ‘gay Mean Girls’ – is out now on DVD. Here’s what we learned when we saw the film at a Soho House preview last month…