Jeremy Atherton Lin is a writer from California whose new book, Gay Bar, asks: does gay still have a place? With queer venues closing around the world, Gay Bar is a hilarious, arousing and challenging reminder, not just of where we went out – but why.
Last August, photographer Heather Glazzard headed down to the Big Dyke Energy club night in South London for some socially-distanced queer fun. What unfolded will leave you yearning for hedonistic summer months.
Tyrell Hampton’s new high-gloss photobook, China Chalet: Memories, immortalises the New York club-slash-restaurant that became a nightlife institution for over forty years.
The Irish nightlife pop-up has transformed during the pandemic to an extensive online passion project, charting “ephemeral spaces in club culture” throughout the years.
As a response to the lack of dyke-friendly club nights in London, organisers Melody and Elliott threw one hell of a bash catering to the city’s dyke scene. Socially distanced, of course.
Liverpool’s Open Eye Gallery has opened The Time We Call Our Own – an exhibition dedicated to the time, place and people that make nightlife what it is. Don’t worry, we’ll be back after the pandemic.