Words: Jamie Tabberer; pictures: Provided
It's been a difficult few years for queer nightlife - but a new club night is breathing fresh life into the London scene.
Co-produced by drag queen by Jodie Harsh, the recently-launched 'Feel It' has already been attended by the likes of Olympic diver Tom Daley.
The queer-focused party, taking place every Friday at Omeara in London Bridge, has also been attended by cast members of last year's sex-positive reality show Slag Wars. Upcoming guest DJs include Eats Everything, Ewan McVicar, Club Fitness.
Tickets are £10 plus booking fee in advance via Dice FM or £15 on the door. Feel It takes place every Friday from 10:30pm till 5am, each week.
"Old friends and make new ones"
Feel It owner Clayton Wright, aka Little Gay Brother, commented: “For the last eighteen months, we've been locked up, and Feel It is the perfect antidote. Feel It is a new weekly fantasy for a new era of clubbing. We want guests to feel the music, feel the vibe, and feel each other.
"This is a place to meet old friends and make new ones. We've got the sickest DJs in the UK lined up ready to play. Just a few weeks open, and it's already the hottest place in London.”
Resident DJ Joshua James added: “London always needs a new party. As a city, London is always reinventing itself. The queer club scene here is one of the most exciting in the world, and it was time to shake things up. That's what Feel It is doing. It's a reminder to all after lockdown, just how fun and liberating queer clubbing should be.”
Tickets are £10 plus booking fee in advance via Dice FM or just £15 on the door. Feel It is open from 10:30pm till 5am, each week.