London’s nocturnal queer geographies

Soundings - ISSN 1362-6620
Volume 2018 Number 70

London’s nocturnal queer geographies
Ben Campkin, Laura Marshall pages -
DOI: 10.3898/SOUN.70.06.2018


London’s LGBTQ+ s communities are rapidly losing their nightlife premises. There was a stark drop of 58 per cent between 2006 and 2017, partly because of property development and processes of gentrification. Behind this headline statistic there is a more complex picture of differential access to nightlife within the LGBTQ+ communities, and the article reflects on what exactly has been lost, and why. How are past and present struggles embedded in the fabric of night-spaces? How important have these been to constructions of individual and collective identity?

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Ben Campkin, Laura Marshall (2018) London’s nocturnal queer geographies, Soundings, 2018(70), -.

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