Peace was on fire, with stunning vocals, moody piano and a delicate guitar. Opening with good humour and appreciation of her fans, then the title track of the second album, Peace set the tone for the hour long set.Read more
Femmes by the Thames is more than just a bog standard stand up evening. The acts are more interactive, and more than just monologues - with character bits, songs and even poetry thrown in In the first half we were delighted to Caroline Hardie and Barbara Brownskirt.Read more
FMAS has a clear identity as an evening - all in aid of Female Masculinity, for all of us who are, all of us who want, all of us who live, breathe and play with it...Read more
The acoustics of the venue providing the perfect space for this Labels Acoustic session, as Jade Ellis' unique silky sublime voice resonated around us - and this was before the gig had even started.Read more
Hosted in Del Aziz, a ground floor restaurant, is a little known but seductive downstairs bar space called the Zahra Bar. As a change from what the LBQ scene has come to expect; although a lower level space, there is disabled access (albeit via the service entrance around the back - still a massive improvement on many spaces used by the LBQ community).Read more
Sunday Happy Day is the perfect way to wrap up the weekend and to put off the impending chill out before the inevitable Monday morning thoughts. If you have too much energy to disperse to sit in front of the TV or to be online at home we recommend a trip down to Sunday Happy Day.Read more
Some quizzes can be too long; others too hard; some just plain frustrating. Amy did an amazing job at pitching this just right. Our comedy favourite moment of the night was Amy admitting that she was going to pronounce UEFA as 'U' 'E' 'F' 'A' but her girlfriend set her right.Read more
The 2014 Dinah Shore weekend line up was one of the best in recent years. From the event that has previously brought guests Katy Perry, Nicki Minaj, Ke$ha and Gaga, there is always a high expectation on the standard that has been set.Read more
Our aim is to give you an insight into this festival; break down the barriers and let you know what to expect as a Brit going to The Dinah.
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A mellow and hilarious kick off to The Dinah begins with the Thursday night comedy affair at the Palm Springs Convention Centre. It's not often we get treated to an all-female, nay, all-lesbian quality comic line up.Read more
Women talking, whistles blowing, and positions changing at four-minute intervals: it was the most civilized commotion imaginable, with lipstick lesbians rotating around the stylish basement bar.Read more
This is a fresh new night, it was refreshing to find good music with a decent beat, courtesy of DJ Abstar. The crowd wasn't the usual suspects and this night has succeeded in filling a gap in the scene for the 30s to 40s lesbian about town.Read more
In the space between NFT2 and the ticket area, tucked away in the corner, a reconstruction of Creep Lez from Toronto in Canada.Read more
On Thursdays Labels hosts live jazz sessions from 8pm so if you can wait you can enjoy a romantic meal with live jazz in the background and over the flicker of candle light.Read more
The event offers frequent live performances and guest DJ sets, this week no exception as Radio 1's Jen Long stole the show.Read more