Venue for queer women in London

“I was sick of settling with what we had,” says founder Teddy Edwardes, “which was not a lot.” Now, it will have a permanent home with a capacity of 350, resident DJs, live music, performances and an outside garden. It will be open three nights a week – for now – with more added as attendance grows.  With very little space in the world for queer women, non-binary and trans folk to embrace their sexuality, and the double whammy of misogyny and homophobia to beware of, safety is paramount.  Keenly aware of this, DJ Nadine Artois (whose pronouns are they/them) set … Continue reading Venue for queer women in London