New London Architecture

Queer History Walking Tour


Wednesday 21 February 2024
10:30 - 12:30

Join us for a celebration of queer history in London as we explore the vast and complex history of LGBTQ+ life in London, with stories of iconic people and places who have shaped the city and community through the centuries.
Weaving through the streets of London’s West End, we learn about pioneering drag queens from the 1700’s, secret gay soirées of the 1920’s, and the infamous development of Soho, one of the world’s best loved queer neighbourhoods.
Today the LGBTQ+ community’s presence can be seen across every borough and street in London. Though many inequalities still exist, we take pride in a community which has been through so much, from repression and persecution, to violence and discrimination, yet continues to strive towards bringing equality and inclusivity to all.
This walk is led by performer, curator and tour guide, Mark T Cox.
Start: Trafalgar Square in front of The National Gallery
End: Soho Square
Duration: 2 hours approx.


Trafalgar Square
in front of The National Gallery
London WC2N 5DS


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