BOiBOX – Lovely! at The Glory: 281 Kingsland Road, Haggerston E2 8AS. Doors 5pm, 7:30pm – 10:30pm. Tickets available at Love who you want, how you want. BOiBOX is back after a string of sizzling sell-out shows.

    Throwback Thursday at The Eagle: 349 Kennington Lane, Vauxhall SE11 5QY. 8pm – 3am. Free entry until 10pm, £3 after. ATHENA’s Paul Joseph plays the biggest hits of yesteryear.

    Bodycon: bodyflop at Dalston Superstore: 117 Kingsland High Street, E8 2PB. 9pm – 2:30am. Free entry. Comic-Con for the free betch who can’t wait for the weekend.


    Rose Garden & DJ Liam Chaplin at Two Brewers: 114 Clapham High Street, SW4 7UJ. 5pm – 3am. Thursday club with DJ Liam Chaplin and Rose Garden on stage at midnight. Past Midnight, The Musical 7pm (See Theatre).

    Klub: 30 Lisle St, WC2H 7BA. 10pm – 3am. £5 entry. ThrowbackThursday! A mix of old school songs right up to current pop music with 2 DJs back to back, 2-4-1 on drinks, Student entrance fee discount and shot boys!


    CMYK Bar: 105-109 The Broadway, Wimbledon SW19 1QC. 5:30pm – 3am. Wimbledon’s first ever gay bar, serving a swanky yet relaxed vibe.

    Halfway To Heaven: 7 Duncannon Street, WC2N 4JF. 12am – 12pm. Free entry. Fun boozer slap bang in the middle of London! Tonight: Thursday is the new Friday. Cabaret from Marsha Mallow.

    George and Dragon: 2 Blackheath Hill, SE10. 6pm – 2am. Raucous late-night cabaret pub in Greenwich.

    G-A-Y Bar: 30 Old Compton Street, 2pm – 1am. Free entry. Popular pop music bar with non-stop hits on the video screens and frenetic, fun vibes!

    The Old Ship: 17 Barnes Street, E14 7NW. 12pm – 12am. Local gay bar in East London’s Limehouse.

    Central Station: 37 Wharfdale Road, N1 9SD. 12pm – 2am. Free entry. Friendly gay pub a stone’s throw from Kings Cross Station.

    Circa Soho: 62 Frith Street, Soho, W1. 4pm-4am. Thursdays are the new Fridays at Soho’s intimate bar/club spot with the most amazing DJ booth in town.

    Admiral Duncan: 54 Old Compton Street, W1D 4UD. 1pm – 11:30pm. Free entry. Fab gay boozer in the heart of Soho. Tonight: Sandra from 9:30pm.

    Village Soho: 81 Wardour Street, W1V 3TG. 4pm-2am. Happy hour 5-9pm, followed by DJ action, with a swanky glitterins cocktail lounge upstairs.

    Ku Bar: 30 Lisle St, WC2H 7BA. 12pm – 3am. The walls of flat screen TV’s play nonstop chart-topping music videos, whilst behind the bar, the KU boys are a visual themselves.

    The Light Lounge: 1 Newport Place, WC2H 7JR. 5pm-11:30pm. Bartenders mix up a blend of the classics and some bespoke seasonal creations, while there’s also plenty for fans of premium beers, wines and spirits to get stuck into.

    City Of Quebec: 12 Old Quebec Street, Marylebone W1H 7AF. 11am – 3am. Free Entry. London’s oldest gay bar, Karaoke from 9pm in the main bar.


    Two Brewers: 114 Clapham High Street, SW4 7UJ. Past Midnight, The Musical 7pm. Following 7 colourful characters through their everyday dilemmas. Tickets at

    Kings Head Theatre: 115 Upper Street, Angel N1 1QN. The Six Wives of Henry VIII 7pm. Howard Coggins looks like Henry VIII. There’s no escaping that. Stu Mcloughin doesn’t really look like any of the wives, but he’s going to give it a go. Until 7th March. Undetectable 8:45pm. Hunky dream boy Lex and bright spark Bradley are falling for each other. Big time. After three months, Lex has decided that tonight’s the night but Bradley’s not so sure he wants to go all the way. Until 7th March. Tickets at

    Above the Stag Theatre: 72 Albert Embankment, Vauxhall SE1 7TP. Spy Plays 7:45pm. (Preview)Two plays inspired by real life queer spy stories. The Morning After 7:30pm. Thomas wakes up surprised and naked in a young man’s bed, and memories of last night’s one-night-stand come flooding back. Until 1st March. Tickets available at

    Leicester Square Theatre: 6 Leicester Place, WC2H 7BX. MUSIK. 7pm. Billie Trix. Icon. Rock star. Screen goddess. Drug addict. Billie has lived a life of excess and shares it all in her new one-woman show. Until 1st March. Tickets available at

    The Pleasance Theatre: Carpenters Mews, North Road, N7 9EF. No Sweat 8pm. Until 29th February. Working together with young LGBTQ+ homeless people in London, Vicky Moran’s new play shines a light on a forgotten generation of homeless youth. Until 29th February. Tickets available at The Rage of Narcissus 7:30pm. Until 8th March. When Sergio arrives in Ljubljana to give a lecture on Narcissus, the first thing he does after checking in to his hotel room is to get on an app and look for someone to have sex with. Tickets available at

    Park Theatre: Clifton Terrace, N4 3JP. Time and Tide 3:15pm & 7:45pm. Until 29th February. A heart-warming tale of adolescent angst in the windswept seaside town of Cromer. La Cage aux Folles [The Play] 1pm 7:30pm. A new translation of the queer classic, Tony Award-Winning musical, by Simon Callow. Until 21st March. Tickets available at


    Vault 139: Cruise/Stripped at 139b-143 Whitfield Street, W1T 5EN. Cruise 1pm – 7pm, £9. Get social in your civvies. Stripped 7pm – 1am. £9. Take it all off and get busy with a handsome stranger.

    Covent Garden Health Spa: Pool Party at 29 Endell Street, WC2H 9BA. 7:30pm – 1:30am. Pool party at venue fully kitted out with private cabins, cruise area, towels, lockers and spa pool. 

    Bunker Bar: Buff at 217 City Road, Shoreditch EC1V 1JN. 6pm – 11pm. £10/£9 includes first drink and coat check. February discovery night to try your hand at one of the many varieties of CP.

    Teds Place: TV/TS Party Night at 305a North End Rd, Fulham, W14 9NS. 7pm – 2am. £5. One of London’s most popular TV/TS evenings playing pop to soulful funk beats.

    Looking Further Ahead

    Above the Stag Theatre: 72 Albert Embankment, Vauxhall SE1 7TP. Buyer and Cellar 11th March – 19th April. Eastenders’ Aaron Sidwell stars as an out of work actor, hired for a mysterious job at an undisclosed location that turns out to be… Barbra Streisand’s underground shopping street. Iconic. Tickets available at

    And What? Queer Arts Festival 2020 Various Locations Across London. 13th – 29th March. Homegrown talent and international artistes, the bold, the brave and the brilliant. Theatre, performance, art. Tickets available at

    Human Traffic Live ft. Trade Printworks, London SE16 7PJ. Sunday 24th May. Iconic gay club Trade teams up with A Lost Weekend to curate a take over of Human Traffic Live, a four-tiered, multi-sensory immersive experience. Tickets available at

    BRUT Reunion Party at Paradise London: 65 Albert Embankment, SE1 7TP. Saturday 7th March. 11pm – 5am. £10 tickets available at Men-only party for bears, blokes, chunks and hunks. Back at its former home to celebrate 5 years.

    Sex Circus vs Matinee: Pervert at Great Suffolk Street Warehouse: 29 Great Suffolk Street SE1 0NS. Saturday 7th March. 11pm – 6am. Tickets available at Super production, the sexiest dancers, cruise mazes, play areas, a darkroom and hundreds of hot guys.

    X-MN Party at E1 London: 110 Pennington Street E1W 2BB. Saturday 29th March. 2pm – 10pm. Tickets available at London newest LGBT+ party coming to the amazing E1, one of London’s super clubs. A joyous and uplifting soundtrack brought to you by established DJ legends.

    Proud Cabaret City: 1 Mark Lane Opposite Fenchurch St Station, London EC3R 7AH. Saturday 7 March. Arrive 11:30am, Showtime starts at 12:30pm. The Proud Drag Brunch. Sashay down for a fabulous Drag Extravaganza. Get stuck into an hour of bottomless cocktails and a two course brunch. Get 50% OFF – 2 Course Brunch & Bottomless. Tickets available at

    The QX Underwear Shoot – Tyreece and Ashraf model this season’s hottest undies!

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