Migrant Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Queer (LGBTQ+) communities’ nightspaces in London, 1980s to present

Launch Event: Building a Sustainable Queer Nightlife in London

Wednesday 27th July 18:00 – 20:00 BST / Free / In person event Triple Launch: Building a Sustainable Queer Nightlife in London Join us on UCL campus to celebrate the launch of three timely pieces of work, from Arts Council England, UCL Urban Laboratory and Autonomy think-tank. The new Arts Council England-funded report on the

Nightclubs, architecture and urbanism

Further reading and media from NIGHT CLUBBING, our panel for The Bartlett School of Architecture’s International Lecture Series NIGHT CLUBBING collaborative playlist Queer Night Clubbing Archives – NYC//LDN Further reading Campkin, Ben, and Lo Marshall. ‘London’s Nocturnal Queer Geographies’. Text. Lawrence and Wishart, 1 November 2018. https://doi.org/info:doi/10.3898/SOUN.70.06.2018. Campkin, Ben, Remaking London: Decline and Regeneration in Urban Culture London:

Amy Lamé interview, with Ben Campkin

“Migrants are the real agitators and shape-shifters when it comes to night spaces. We’re the kinds of people that are willing to take more risks, to try out new things.” Amy Lamé With lockdown in place and night-time spaces closed, UCL’s Ben Campkin spoke with London’s Night Czar Amy Lamé, one of the UCL NITE team’s Associated Partners, about her work. Ben