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Best Club Nights For Queer Women in London

26 June 2019 | Billie Manning

Looking further than She bar

n.b. the term 'queer women' is here inclusive of trans women and non-binary/femme people

Aphrodyki
If you’re looking for a queer gal pop utopia, look no further. As the name implies, this is an Ancient Greek-themed night, but the night is more centred around having a metric ton of fun. Now comfortably housed in the Ace Hotel in Shoreditch, you’ll hear all your favourite queens of R’n’B and pop, from Missy to Mariah.
 
Pxssy Palace
For women of colour and other queer, trans or intersex people of colour, Pxssy Palace is the place to be. Held at the Garage on Highbury Corner, this isn’t just a club night: you can expect a wealth of delights, from massages and henna to special performances and guest DJs.
 
Fèmmme Fraiche
Fèmmme Fraiche is a night aiming to bring the best in disco, house and techno to ‘queer girls, fèmmmes, butch, trans, NB & everyone in between’. Femmme Fraiche don’t get complacent either: they’ve just had the first instalment of their little sister club night The Coven, a witchy and mystical party, and they have also recently launched Fraiche Fruit, a night for all women, trans, non-binary folk who are budding DJs, from complete beginners to those looking to brush up on skills.
 
Big Dyke Energy
Big Dyke Energy is not only one of the best puns we’ve heard in ages, but a great night to boot. Brand new on the scene, BDE’s first party was held just a few weeks ago and was as cool as can be. The idea is to create big warehouse parties with big DJs – historically not a super safe space for women or queer people – and make them a space for queer women to go wild comfortably. 
 
LICK
LICK often take over huge venues like Fire or Metropolis for their parties, where you’ll most likely hear hip hop, RnB, grime, bashment and a little of everything in between. LICK events are strictly women only (those who identify as female or non-binary, prioritising queer women), so you won’t be able to bring your boy pals along to this one. They also have a an Instagram geared towards getting together anyone wanting to meet people before attending the night.
 
Sober nights
If you’re a sober Sally and would rather party it up without a drink in hand, there are several great queer nights to choose from. Choose Yr Own Adventure and Queers Without Beers are both fantastic regular sober queer nights, though not women-specific.
 
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