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Lesbian Visibility Week 2024 will be “celebrating the power of sisterhood by uplifting incredible LGBTQIA women and non-binary people from every generation, in every field and in every country around the world. One community, so many brilliant individuals.”

QX has compiled a list of some events where you can enjoy the sisterhood for Lesbian Visibility Week. We amplify queer voices, and we promote the queer spaces that allow us to be our authentic selves. We are out, we are seen and we uplift each other! Enjoy Lesbian Visibility Week 2024.


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She Soho – Celebrating Lesbian Visibility Week, 22 – 28 April 2024

In the heart of Soho, London´s only Lesbian bar will celebrate lesbian visibility for most of the week. (Closed Monday) Tuesday: SHE takes over Klub (Lisle Street) from 11 pm to 3 am. Pre-party at SHE Soho from 5 pm. Wednesday: S!NG Karaoke – @adamall_drag and @applederrieres host a free karaoke event every week. Thursday: SHE Already Knows – @malikagreen_  and @carmen_londondj mix Dancehall, Hiphop and R&B every Thurs until 1 am. Friday & Saturday: SHE DJs mix multi-genre hits from 9 pm until 1 am! Free entry before 8 pm. 

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She Bar Soho, 23a Old Compton Street, London W1D 5JL, United Kingdom.


FRUIT BOWL Lesbian Week of Visibility Party at Kindred, Friday 26 April, 7 pm – 12 am.

Fruit Bowl are marking Lesbian Week Of Visibility with a dance party at Kindred in Hammersmith. You’ll be entertained by the outrageous Sigi Moonlight, the delightful Bi-curious George, and their resident DJ El Conchitas! Everyone is welcome!


Kindred, Bradmore House, Queen Caroline Street, London W6 9BW, United Kingdom.

Southbank Surfing – the Lesbian Visibility Week One at BFI, Friday 26 April, 6:30 pm – 12:30 pm.

For Lesbian Visibility Week, Southbank Surfing is back at Benugos at the BFI. Billed as London’s biggest regular meetup for LGBTQ+ women and those who are nb, they’ll be running the Surf until 10 pm but also have a late licence for a DJ set from 10 to 12 am. They are just asking for a donation to keep it free for others and fund the DJ and equipment. The start time is at 7 pm – with solo meetups starting at 6.30 pm for those coming alone. Ends at 12.30 pm.


BFI, Belvedere Road, London SE1 8XT, United Kingdom.

G.IRL events present Not A Phase at Eight Embankment, Friday 26 April, 10 pm – 4 am.

A night for queer women and non binary people, where old-money elegance meets the thrill of queer modern with a red-carpet entrance and custom photo booth en route to your VIP table (right up to Diamond VIP class), sparkling bottle shows, the biggest tunes and most risque entertainment. Pizza G.IRLS deliver fresh pizza to your booth if you fancy a snack. Two female DJs will be spinning RnB, hip hop, trap, afro beats. 


This is your moment to shine, celebrate, and make unforgettable memories. Let’s make one for the books this Lesbian Visibility Week! Dress Code – Night club attire, dress to the nines! No sports trainers or sportswear, no caps. Over 21+ – ID required for entry. Accessibility – This is a fully accessible venue.


Eight Embankment (Previously Proud Late), 8 Victoria Embankment, London WC2R 2AB.

Grlz Only UK at Protocol, Friday 26 April, 11 pm – 4 am.

All the way from Los Angeles, Grlz Only UK is bringing a blend of American and UK nightlife. For women by women.


Get ready to dance the night away with women and female DJs playing hip hop, r&b, and afro beats.


Protocol, 6 South Lambeth Place, London SW8 1SP, United Kingdom.

Butch Please! Butches In Boxers at Clapham Grand, Saturday 27 April, 10 pm – 3 am.

Butch Please! returns to Clapham Grand for another legendary night celebrating butches and butch culture, this time with the Butches (and maybe femmes??) In Boxers. Looking thirsty in your Calvin’s. How do you wear yours? with a garter belt or with nothing underneath or maybe you just can’t wait to take them off. Be you. Be free. Wear your boxers with butch pride. This is exclusively a night for lesbian and bisexual women, trans and non-binary people. 


The Grand, Clapham Junction. 21 – 25 St John’s Hill, London SW11 1TT, United Kingdom.

Leztopia at VFD Dalston, Saturday 27 April, 10 pm – 3 am.

Leztopia is a party for FLINTA folk and their friends. A German abbreviation that stands for “Frauen, Lesben, Intergeschlechtliche, nichtbinäre, trans und agender Personen”. 


VFD Dalston, 64-66 Stoke Newington Road, London N16 7XB, United Kingdom.

Lesbian Visibility Closing Party 2024 at Little Scarlet Door, Sunday 28 April, 4 pm – 11 pm. 

Mint hosts the Official LVW Closing Party in collaboration with Diva Magazine and Pride in London. Head to Soho’s Little Scarlet Door, for a Boutique Day-Time Lesbian House Party. This vibrant two-storey cocktail bar takes its cues from Manhattan’s loft apartments. With a chic heated terrace and craft cocktails, the venue offers a fun, sexy, artsy vibe. The party bosts a guestlist of “movers and shakers, pioneers, space creators, and idea generators from our Lesbian communities”. DJs Philly, Lil’Jo, Misty B, and Yvette Lindquist will deliver an eclectic mix of feel-great, nostalgic high vibe tracks, RnB, disco, house and dance floor classics.

The Little Scarlett Door, 12-13 Greek Street, Soho, London W1D 4DL, United Kingdom.


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