Le guide des établissements et des associations lesbiens de Londres
Welcome to Bar Titania, a classy, sassy, kitsch and crazy fun space for Ladies and their Guests. Mixing it up Monday to Wednesday, all about the women Thursday to Sunday – there’s a space for you and all your friends!
Here you will find something to cater to all your needs, be it a fancy cocktail made just for you or a soothing cup of tea. Food or snacks? No problem! Having an event or party soon and thinking of hosting it at our lovely establishment? No worries, we will work with you to find the best catering services and drinks to fit your needs.
Named after Titania, Queen Of The Fairies in William Shakespeare’s ‘Midsummer Night’s Dream’, we pride ourselves in a super eclectic décor, vibe and philosophy. Passionate about Art and Music, we are willing to help budding female performers, having an Open Mic Night every Thursday as well as several other Live Shows and DJ’s. We are also open to exhibit any artwork and help all types of female artists, so don’t hesitate to contact us!
London deserves a truly brilliant, fun, thought-provoking and compelling Pride.
Pride in London 2013, our first year as the organisers, was a huge success, getting really positive feedback from all parts of the community, sponsors and delivery partners.
Pride in London 2014 will run from the 22-29 June. The Parade will take place on Saturday 28 June.
Our theme for 2014 is 'Freedom to...'
Pride in London is delivered by volunteers - from those on the board to the hundreds who are the real stars of Pride and who make it possible for us to take over the heard of the West End of London - the only community group to do so.
We are a community group – formally a Community Interest Company - that came together in the autumn of 2012 to find a way to deliver just that. From a vibrant, high-impact Parade through central London to a showcase in Trafalgar Square, entertainments and parties across London but also a series of cultural, sporting, political, artistic and faith events in the run up to and after the big day itself.
Our commitment to putting on a truly inclusive Pride celebration rooted in the LGBT+ community was key to winning the GLA tender to work as its delivery partner for Pride from 2013 to 2018. We believe Pride in London should be free and open to all participants
We have an approach that is sustainable and that we believe can grow over time to become the greatest expression of the achievements of the LGBT+ community and our contributions to London, national and global life as well as providing a platform to continue the fight for equality and to challenge prejudice.
Pride In London
Londres (EC1A 4DD)GBEC1A 4DDLondresMitre House, 160 Aldersgate Street
Gay-Pride / Gay, Lesbienne
Diversity Choir is London’s original lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community chamber choir. Formed in 1992, the choir wanted to sing a real variety of music; this includes music from Medieval chants to contemporary 21st Century composers such as Jonathan Dove and we balance this with a lively enthusiasm for music from a spectrum of other genres: folk, show tunes, jazz and popular music from the Fifties to today.
We have grown and developed over the last two decades from a small group of friends to a friendly 50-strong choir, with recent performances at Various Voices in Dublin, St. John’s Waterloo and the Big Wedding weekend at the Royal Festival Hall.
In addition to our concerts, we are also actively engaged, together with London’s other LGBT singing groups, in a wide variety of community festivals, events and projects.
Culture et loisirs / Gay, Lesbienne
SHE brings you the first EVER lesbian bar on the main strip of Old Compton Street. This is one of the world’s biggest gay districts and is in the heart of London.
SHE is a venue with a modern space for ladies and their male guests in the heart of Soho. A beautifully chic and luxury venue with an entrance off Old Compton St.
Londres (W1D 5LB)GBW1D 5LBLondres23A Old Compton Street
Bar / Lesbienne
Balans Soho Society brings its bohemian spirit to London, creating a café, restaurant, bar and member’s establishment where normal rules don’t apply. Reflecting the eccentric ethos of Soho, Balans Soho Society is a refuge for bon vivants, dreamers and anyone who embraces the indulgent side of life.
Offering breakfast, lunch, dinner, and morale boosting cocktails, the Balans Soho Society menu reflects the restaurant’s libertine outlook.
Londres (W1D 4UG)GBW1D 4UGLondres60 Old Compton Street
Restaurant / Gay Friendly, Lesbienne Friendly
The Pink Singers is London’s LGBT community choir, launched on 7th April 1983 - now the longest-running lesbian and gay choir in Europe.
We celebrated our 25th anniversary in 2008 and continue to present fantastic concerts from our home city of London and beyond.
We are a group of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people who come from different backgrounds, countries, ethnicities, religions and generations who love to sing and socialise together. We are predominantly made up of LGBT people but we do accept anyone who wishes to join us either as a singing or non-singing member.
Culture et loisirs / Gay, Lesbienne
Club Kali.. Spinning you Around the World in 80 tunes.. since 1995!
The World's biggest LGBT club mixing Eastern flavours with a Western Twist!
Club Kali is a safe LGBTQ space celebrating our identities and uniting communities. A space to socialise, party, make new friends and meet old friends! Our original Chutney Queens have handed the torch and tiara's to the next generation of Kali Queens who continue to welcome everyone queer and alternative in true glamorous Bollywood style!
Club Kali has hosted top artists on our grand stage including Bally Sagoo, Rishi Rich, Jay Sean, Taz-Stereo Nation, Jinx, Natacha Atlas, Balwinder Safri, Preeya Kalidas, B21 & Jassi Sidhu, Sister India, Gunjan, Juggy D, Mona Singh, Sonia Panesar, Mohinder Kaur Bhamra and many more!
Londres (NW5 1HL)GBNW5 1HLLondresThe Dome
Organisateur / Gay, Lesbienne
Our members range from recreational joggers to competitive road racers and marathon runners. Regardless of your level of fitness, your pace or you preferred distance you will find members to run and train with.
We have regular runs 4 times a week (Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays) in two of London's most beautiful parks (Regent's Park and Hyde Park) and along the South Bank. The distances normally range from 2 to 6 miles and we have between 10 to 40 runners at each session.
London Frontrunners is part of a world-wide network of gay and lesbian "Frontrunners" running and walking clubs.The name "Frontrunners" was inspired by Patricia Nell Warren's novel The Front Runner, a story about the relationship between an ex-Marine track coach and his Olympic athlete training for the 1976 Olympic Games.
Sport / Gay, Lesbienne
Simple food, made with love.
Londres (W12 0JD)GBW12 0JDLondres1C Oaklands Grove