It’s rare to attend an event which has a feel of the start of something special. Such was the launch of LA-hook launch party.
The news is in - Titania Soho is closing (hardly surprising if you've been there recently given every other shop in the block has closed down). A new venue is promised from February 2016!
Clare Hopes gets into the hotseat with our exclusive Q&A... plus some on camera interviews from Clare and her #ShesInLondon alter ego MEL
Have you heard the rumblings on the street recently? Labels is no more... but in it's place is a simply stunning new venue which you will simply love: introducing Muse Soho
Every two months, on a Sunday afternoon, a different kind of event finds its home at the LBQ haunt on Old Compton Street SHE.
A gorgeous Friday night at Labels, hosting their first burlesque performance night.
SHE turns 1 and so is throwing a party!
As always, I can’t go too far as who knows if it will be an 8 or a 12 car train. The excitement of never knowing?!? Hey, will it even arrive? Will it be on time? Will there be a seat? Edge of my pants kind of questions that make me love my commute (can you hear my sarcasm?!?)...
It’s SHE’s first every Christmas so the leading weeks are jam packed with lots of festive fun. From events hosting their Christmas specials, plus our first ever Christmas party we hope to get all those Scrooges in the mood!
In the heart of Soho, this very welcome space for LBQ customers - catering for both large groups and individuals alike, from bar snacks to full dining - is a gem
In the heart of Soho, this very welcome space for LBQ customers - catering for both large groups and individuals alike, from bar snacks to full dining - is a gem.
We headed out last Saturday night to the 3 Soho hotspots for women, and got our cocktail dance groove on.
The highly anticipated opening of new Ku venue 'She' happens tonight. The queue is already round the corner.
It's the first women's venue with an entrance on the iconic (and infamous?) Old Compton Street.
With new organisers and a completely different approach to Pride, the March and the events put on for the community, there was a real opportunity to break away from Pride only being meaningful for a small section of the LGBT community.
It was clear on entry that Spraggan has a hardcore dedicated fanbase, generally young-ish, mostly lesbian. Constant yells of "We love Lucy" rang out whilst we waited patiently for her to come on stage.