Planet London brings you 7 places to meet the woman (or women!) of your dreams this Valentine’s WeekendRead more
Planet London brings you 6 places to take your woman this Valentine’s WeekendRead more
Lesbians and bisexual women are as likely as their heterosexual counterpart to develop cervical cancer, yet are up to a staggering 10 times less likely to undergo regular screening for the disease. Cervical cancer was once one of the most deadly female cancers, however with early detection through regular screening it has now transformed into the most preventable female cancer. Despite this, due to low rates of regular screening, lesbians and bisexual women have become a priority group for cervical cancer control.Read more
I have a major fear of heights – specifically falling from them - so when I was asked to skydive for Stonewall, my initial thought was “I’d rather make out with a barracuda”.
However, it was July, the middle of pride season, and I’d just marched with Planet London’s harem and covered myself in rainbows...so raising money for gay rights was even more appealing than normal. On top of that, the jump was months away and that seemed very distant so I begrudgingly agreed, bought another pint, and forgot all about it.Read more
Planet London are delighted to announce their media sponsorship of GFEST 2014.
The 2014 programme is set across 4 types of events: a Visual Art Exhibition, Film Screenings, Performances and Debates & Panel discussions. Tickets are now available across all of the programme via the GFEST Website.Read more
Love the elegance of the 1930s? Come and learn Balboa, the beautiful vintage partner dance of the swing era, from the ballrooms of the Balboa Peninsular in Southern California.
Suitable for beginners. Come alone or with a partner.Read more
Missy Downgirl has indeed been busy, after the first night on Friday 30 April, she has gone on to promote 5 successful nights at DowngirlsNW1. Featuring acts and DJs such as DJAmyB, DJ PoppyLKav, DJ Sandra Davenport, DJ Chillz, Jade Ellis, Lou Sanders, Ruby Fortune, Harlow Heartbreak, Rubyyy Jones, Miri, Immani Love, D-Rhimes and Larissa Eddie.Read more
If one weekend of partying isn't enough, or if you need a hair of the dog recovery from Pride, then make your way to the former Blush Bar in Stokey to get loud on the dance floor with the added bonus of a BBQ thrown in.Read more
With the second Pride parade and festival delivered by Pride in London just around the corner– expectations are high and the organisers are keen to make a mark and improve on last year’s successful event.Read more
Entertainers and performing artists of every kind were judged by an expert panel on Sunday 15th June. The judges chose one overall winner and eleven runners-up from hundreds who applied. The winner, Dorian Reland, is to perform in Trafalgar Square at Pride in London on 28th June.Read more
A celebration of dyke diversity and culture in London and the UK, Dyke March London takes place on 21 June, starting at 2.30pm on Hamilton Place (W1J 7BQ). Expect colourful outfits, chanting, banners and general queerness in a march through central London. Dykes and our allies are coming together to make ourselves seen and heard on the streets and to celebrate the important steps taken towards equality for the LGBTQ* community in the UK. At the same time we march to raise awareness that we are far from true equality for all members of our community.Read more
It's that time of the year when Pride in London is upon us! SHE will be working with KU during the day to bring you lots of music and dancing! SHE will be open till 3am the night of pride with DJ’s Poppy L Kav & Cat La Chappelle.
May saw us work with ProudPlanet at ‘She’s Quizzical’ where we raised lots of money for women’s visibility and involvement in London Pride.Read more