If there was one photographer that caught the essence of Pride this year, it was Joel Ryder…with a massive and epic trip around the bars. We have gathered various images from this epic day, and put them here. We have
Yes, it rained on their Parade…but the scantily clad, glammed up, dressed up, dressed down, politically motivated, partiers turned up in their thousands. With the theme of #freedomto , all the gay tribes hit the streets. Rainbows littered the streets
The Edge Soho celebrated 22 years of keeping Soho funky with a party that took over the whole building. Revelers were greeted by shirtless Brtishlads.com performers and and a special gogo performance from Diego Secchi. Music was supplied by DJ
SOHO is a mecca for great bars for a casual drink and a boogie and two of the best are Ku & Rupert Street…both which made the End of Year List 2013. Joel Ryder is one of the scenes most
One of Soho’s favourite bars had a face lift and with it a whole new look. These images were taken by Joel Ryder at the new look Rupert Street when the Freemason’s were invited to play to hype it’s facelift.
The glamour of Salvation exploded on New Years Day at the ultra stylish Cafe De Paris. A collection of gAyLISTERS, hunks, hunkettes, drageratti, social elite, the body beaituful, the up and out of it and more descended those famous Cafe
SuperMartXe injected another night of fabulousness into London as Logan Presents returned to Pulse for another night of Spanish mayhem. It was reported that although the place was buys, it was not back to its former glory. Yet we believe there is