Dirty & big-hearted explorations, personally recommended by our team:

Homoelectric, Yes, Manchester, 31st December 2018 10pm – 4am

THE “non-stop exotic disco for homos, heteros, lesbos and don’t knows” at THE new club of 2018 – despite being in Manchester town proper, owned by legendary DJ Paulette and pals.  4 floors of dancing bars, nooks and …er… crannies, with decking and fecking on the rooftop.  Dark, sticky tunes, non-alcoholic cocktails, silly dancing!

The happiest party in town; welcoming to female and lone clubbers, in our experience.


19th January, Party Mom Society, Hyde Park Book Club, Leeds, 7pm.

The ultimate post break up party!  An immersive club night for crazy dancers to set you free from toxic habits of so-called club cool.  It’s not often The Demented Goddess meets her match but, following Anti Suzanne’s performance at Miss The Glam Monaco International Supreme, we’re delighted to see Suzanne returning fresh out of 1988 and newly divorced to bring you a night of flashy, trashy emoting, with Leeds Collective The Party Mom Society.

Drag Performers will be taking you through the stages of a break up:
AND MOVING ON UP BBYP.S invite all your ex’s

The Temple of Oscar Wilde, Clapham, London, till 31st March 2019.

The Oscar Wilde Temple, Studio Voltaire. Photo: Francis Ware.

Created by Studio Voltaire, artists McDermott & McGough and curated by Alison M. Gingeras, an immersive installation transforming a Victorian chapel into a queer shrine to the Irish poet and author.  20 years in the making, “period wallpaper, stained glass windows, hangings and 19th century chandeliers and furniture adorn the space, evoking the provocative sensuousness of the Aesthetic Movement”.  All welcome to visit.  Details: http://www.studiovoltaire.org/exhibitions