Nights like Aphrodyki, LICK, Gal Pals and many more are reviving a scene that most of us thought was basically dead.
The east London LGBTQ institution is celebrating its tenth anniversary, so we asked some of the people who know it best to tell its story.
The east end club, cafe and gallery space remains a central hub of the area – let's celebrate while we've still got it.
But instead of anti-social behaviour, all I found were trendy cocktail bars, some important venues, and a council willing to tear it all down.
As the legendary venues and parties that defined gay nightlife in the 1990s and 2000s die out, what are promoters doing to keep the party moving?
Dalston is a perfect example of how a buzzing nightlife scene can lead to developers swarming in, threatening the clubs and bars that made it so attractive in the first place.
How to have the best time in what is, in some ways, the worst city in the world.