Discover the capital after dark at London Transport Museum’s upcoming Late, 19 May.

The Joiners Arms

For over 200 years, London’s public transport has been at the heart of our nightlife. Helping people access all the city offers, the first ever night bus service started operating 110 years ago, and in 2016 the Night Tube was introduced.

To celebrate this unique part of life in London, LTM’s upcoming ‘London Nights’ Late is an evening of fascinating short talks and activities that explore the city’s many night-time faces. 

Anne Onwusiri, from the campaign group Friends of the Joiners Arms, will talk about the importance of London’s queer spaces and how to protect them.

London Transport’s Caribbean Workforce exhibition looks at the contribution people of Caribbean heritage have made to London and beyond. 

A former black cab driver turned Hidden London tour guide, Aaron Oliver, tells weird and wonderful tales of London at Night. 

A pub-style quiz hosted by Drag artist Shardeazy Afrodesiak will put your night-time knowledge to the test. 

Plus, there are themed craft activities, a unique trail through the museum galleries with prizes to be won, and more.

You can drink and relax and even enjoy a themed popup takeaway at the end.

Tickets cost £15, concessions £12 over 18s only. 

Book online at 

Friday 19 May 2023, 6:45 pm – 10 pm, London Transport Museum, Covent Garden Piazza, London WC2E 7BB, United Kingdom.

Friends of The Joiners Arms – The activists breathing life into London’s queer scene



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