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Amy Lamé

London Night Czar

Office of the Mayor of London

Amy Lamé
Amy has a long and successful track record as a leader and collaborator in the cultural and creative industries. She is co-founder of the Olivier Award winning arts company and club night Duckie, and co-founded RVT Future, a voluntary LGBT+ community group campaigning to preserve the iconic Royal Vauxhall Tavern. 
She served as Mayoress of Camden in 2010-2011, and spent her year highlighting the history and culture of live music and nightlife in the borough. Amy is a familiar presence on TV, in print and on radio. She broadcasted for a decade on BBC Radio London, and now hosts Sunday afternoons on BBC6 Music. 
Her debut book, From Prejudice to Pride: A History of the LGBT+ Movement – the first LGBT+ history book for children – was published by Hachette in June 2017.
In 2018, Amy was awarded an Honorary Doctorate from University of East London (UEL) and appointed Honorary Professor at University College London (UCL).  Originally from New Jersey, Amy has been a proud Londoner for over 25 years. She has served as London’s first Night Czar since 2016.

Latest contributions

Active Travel in London: a 24-Hour right

Transport & Infrastructure

17 August 2023

Active Travel in London: a 24-Hour right

Amy Lamé, Night Czar at Greater London Authority reflects on our Active Travel Summit, discussing London as a 24-hour city and the vision for a safer, healthier, and more accessible city.

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Women's safety in public spaces


25 June 2021

Women's safety in public spaces

This NLA Breakfast Talk heard from experts discussing what we need to do to make public spaces safer in London.

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