Category Archives: QueerFest

#QBoy at #QueerestOfTheQueerFestival – #LGBTUNDERGROUND 

Back in September 19th 2015 we had the privilege to be apart of an amazing event at the old elephant and castle Coronet (#QueerestOfTheQueer)
We had a Arch that was full of vibrant musicians and poets plus the hyped up sounds being played by our resident DJs (Pandemic and Terror)

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POET’S @ #QueerestOfTheQueerFestival – #LGBTUNDERGROUND 

Back in September 19th 2015 we had the privilege to be apart of an amazing event at the old elephant and castle Coronet (#QueerestOfTheQueer)

We had a Arch that was full of vibrant musicians and poets plus the hyped up sounds being played by our resident DJs (Pandemic and Terror)

Watch a little sample of two amazing poets by the name of Lauren Red and Edward Unique

#LivePerformance: Charmz live at #QUEERESTOFTHEQUEERFESTIVAL [@CharmerMC]

Check out UK rapper Charmz performing live for LGBT Underground at Queerest Of The Queer Festival 2015.

Visit – www.lgbtunderground.com for live performances like these.

#PromoVideo: LGBT Underground – Introducing Nims [Ms_Curvaceous11]

Introducing our gorgeous and multi-talented LGBTU Team Member NIMS (Ms Curvaceous UK 2011). Get to know all about her with a little taster of her Infamous “Controversial Storytelling”.

Visit – www.lgbtunderground.com for more videos like these.

#Review: @DIVAmagazine – “#LGBTUNDERGROUND at QueerestOfTheQueer”

 

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REVIEW: THE QUEEREST OF THE QUEER

Remi-Lyn Browne reviews a truly diverse LGBT club night in London

Last weekend in London’s Elephant Castle, a part of the city that has been only a little bit gentrified, I got on the bus with a new dress on and the best eyebrow highlight I could manage given the rush of the afternoon. (People who live in E&C would argue the gentrification point but I am from Brixton, where gentrification is part of the furniture, so I think I am qualified to make this statement).IMG_5699

Walking through the Coronet, the venue for Queerest of the Queer, I found a maze of half-on wigs and heels strewn across men and non-binary people. And unicorns. Unicorns who met you and shared their glitter with you. “I did my makeup already,” I thought to myself, “but okay let’s do it”. IMG_5806

QOTQ was organised in collab
oration with LGBT Underground, the online platform for LGBT music talent, so the room was like the website but in real life. I took this in for a moment before deciding to explore the whole of the event space. People were part-way through getting ready for the happenings that were about to begin. Stallholders were artfully arranging T-shirts and bags for sale with LGBT positive messages plastered all over them. I could smell Caribbean food being heated up for the hungry among us. The Queerest of the Queer had something for everyone it seemed, and this is a new thing for me to experience at most queer events. 

At 7pm the LGBT Underground’s room show kicked in with introductions from the beautiful Nimz, the presenter who was the glue that held the show in the LGBT room together. She’s funny as well as gorgeous and was a great complement to the show. Nimz introduced the first act in what I am learning is her usually sassy, but indisputably cool style – and with that the show was underway. READ MORE