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The Two Brewers wins top LGBTQ+ Bar

Last week the Two Brewers in Clapham added to its haul of Boyz Awards by being named Best LGBTQ+ Pub in Britain in the John Smith’s Great British Pub Awards at a glittering event in London. Brewers general manager Jimmy was recently awarded the Lambeth Coat of Arms – an accolade reserved for significant contributors to the community, and the Brewers was recognised for ‘Outstanding Support for the Community’ by the organisers of Pride in London. On the night Jimmy said: “It’s been a long time coming but to be recognised nationally as the best in the industry really is the icing on the cake, topping off all of the other awards we’ve won. I am so incredibly proud of the whole team and our wonderful customers who make it all worthwhile.” Everyone at Boyz adds their congratulations to Jimmy and the whole team.

The Old Ship cabaret

There’s more amazing cabaret on offer this weekend from John and his team at the Old Ship in Limehouse. On Saturday (15 Sep) you get the wise-cracking Brighton Belle, Lola Lasagne, and on Sunday the Boyz Award-winning Sum Ting Wong is your star turn.

The End of Eddy starts 

The End of Eddy was a hit at the Edinburgh Fringe and this week, on Thursday (13 Sep), it opens at the Unicorn Theatre on Tooley Street in London Bridge. This glimpse into small-town homophobia explores themes such as class, masculinity, poverty and sexuality. Tickets from

Cybil’s House at the Swan 

It’s September, the most important month in the fashion catalogue, and this Saturday (15 Sep) the team from Cybil’s House are throwing a fashion takeover at the White Swan in Limehouse. The Looks Issue will include Grace Shush, Margo Marshall, Danny Ash, Mary Poppers and more. Tickets via

Fancy a Tuckshop

If you want some cutting edge cabaret from a bunch of bonkers dames then we recommend Tuckshop, the new Monday night thang on every other week from this Monday (17 Sep). Hosted by Herr it’s at the Phoenix Artists Club from 10pm until late and includes The Tuckshop Babes and special guests. Tickets from

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