Founded in it was the world's first gay-inclusive rugby union club, and is therefore the oldest such club in the world. Its founding sparked the beginning of a much larger gay inclusive rugby movement which to date includes over 60 gay inclusive rugby clubs across the world. The club's name reflects a combination of its geographical roots, and the sporting affiliations of some of its founding members. Geographically, Kings Cross was the area of Central London where the club was founded.
Out down in King’s Cross
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Dolled-up clubbers clattered through dimly lit streets on their way to Kinky Gerlinky. Trash junkies queued outside the Scala for all-night movie marathons, sharing the pavements with drug dealers and prostitutes. Next door, regulars of beloved pub the Bell danced and drank until the early hours. In his new one-man show, writer-performer Tom Marshman uses verbatim theatre techniques, lip-synching and dance to celebrate a community that was at once energised and, with the introduction of Section 28 and the onset of Aids, abruptly imperilled. Kings Cross Remix whisks audiences back to a time before property developers and high-speed rail links brought a sheen of respectability to the neighbourhood. Places where you can hide. People would be engaging in political conversations even in the middle of partying in a warehouse.
Kings Cross Steelers
Very diverse! One of the best eclectic mixes of fetishes in London. Owners have done a brilliant job of improving the space - more could be done but it really is a unique place with a lot of fun to be had.
The importance of London as a global destination cannot be overstated. But how does the city stand-up as a gay destination? I stepped out of Kings Cross St. Pancras tube station just before noon ready for a week of gay exploration. For the savvy gay traveler, exploring gay nightlife in London begins in Soho : a bustling district of theatres and restaurants, where camera-toting tourists and hurried locals rush past through the busy streets.