The Mayor of London has drafted a plan for London. The public are able to feedback until 2 March 2018. At present there are only 4 specific mentions of LGBT people, and these aren't in the policy but just the notes.
So, this month POUT from Elaine at The Glass Bar moved to a plush new venue. Given that I hadn't had a good old dance in a while, and I wanted to celebrate dropping a few kilos, this was just too good an opportunity to miss.
Do you know how long Planet London has been running? Why it started? What it offers? Read on and find out!
Isn't it fun how you always read reviews post event? What if there was a live stream that you could follow on Twitter about what's going on and where the action is? Selfies, shots and all things fun included!
So let’s face it, the holidays are over and for those doing dry January it is coming to an end, now it is time to get honest with ourselves and start setting good realistic health goals for 2016
Planet London meets Luisa Bradshaw-White, the jubilant actor behind Eastenders' happy-go-lucky lesbian character, Tina
The brightest new star on the London lesbian / queer scene is taking place at the Star of Kings with its new night “Girls”.
One night, a thousand possibilities - well 9. Read through our run down and suss out where you want to be when the bells ring and 2015 begins!
It has never been a secret to me that many a straight person has been refused entry to all G-A-Y premises. Even a lot of "feminine" looking lesbians have been refused entry and actually told "you're not gay" by bouncers. This is a joke for many reasons...
The night starts of with a few songs from Sam, Dee and Alice; by Sam's own admission they like the old ones. Tonight we were treated to some Amy Winehouse and Elvis before moving on to a Sam, Dee and Alice original. Later we get some Dixie Chicks, Pink and Bob Dylan. We got to enjoy a small set from a guest band and then more of Sam, Dee and Alice.
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.
We do hope you like this website. Please do tell your friends as our success will depend on the lesbian, bi and queer women of Brighton using our site. We do believe that Brighton will take on a slightly different format to London. We see the website as needing to meet the individual needs of the area; which will be quite different to London. If you have any feedback or comments - please get in touch as we would love to hear from you!
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.
If a sign of a good night is a pulled muscle from dancing too hard, well then what a night!
Friday night saw the launch of a new night for LBQ women - in North London no less!
Are you looking for a special treat? A super venue, fine dining, top entertainment and dancing into the night with other LGBTQ friends?
Look no further because this is what we do at Colourfulpink! We create extra special events.