London’s gay village is in Soho, although there are many bars and clubs all over the capital. Old Compton Street is the main thoroughfare with lots of bars, shops, cafes and restaurants serving the gay community. More can be found on the streets adjoining it. Soho is bounded by Oxford Street to the north, Regent Street to the west, Leicester Square to the south and Charing Cross Road to the east.
Soho is part of the City of Westminster and is in the fashionable West End district of London. It borders the theatre district and Chinatown, both to its south. There are many fine restaurants in the area and plenty of London’s famous attractions within walking distance.
London Gay Events 2019
March 21st to 31st – BFI Flare: London LGBT Film Festival – Web
July 6th – Pride in London – Web
July 7th to 14th – Fetish Week – Web
November 11th to 23rd – GFEST – LGBTQI+ cross-art celebration – Web
November 12th to 17th – Fringe – Queer film & arts festival – Web
London, England, Great Britain, Europe.
The Z Hotel Soho – Popular with gay folk
Great value accommodation with a contemporary design. Leicester Square, Piccadilly Circus & Covent Garden are all within a 5-minute walk.
Places to visit in London
Buckingham Palace – Web
Tower of London – Web
Madame Tussaud’s Waxworks Museum – Web
Westminster Abbey – Web
London Eye – Web
West End Theatre District – Wiki
British Museum – Web
St Paul’s Cathedral – Web
Tower Bridge – Web
Harry Potter Studio – Web
The View From The Shard – Web
Natural History Museum – Web
Last updated: March 21st. 2019