Tristan O’Neill’s shots of dancers caught in moments of reverie at the height of rave’s golden age are a testament to the UK’s legendary club culture.
As the cost of living crisis continues to bite, Emma Garland examines the effect it's having on cultural institutions across the UK.
Dominique Misrahi discusses her unlikely start as a photographer capturing intimate scenes of the city's youth and subcultures.
Last week, Tower Hamlets council removed its nudity-restricting licensing conditions in a huge win for London’s kink community.
Photographer Rachel Megawhat recounts shooting the Imperial – a legendary venue in the capital that attracted the likes of Daft Punk, Massive Attack, and Mica Paris to the stage.
British photographer Steve Lazarides’s new book, Rave Captured, is a snapshot of defiant fun after a time of economic turmoil.
Crossbreed is revolutionising London’s kink scene. How does its founder Alex Warren make sure everyone’s on the same page?
Photographer Philipp Mueller reminisces on shooting Zurich’s thriving nightlife in an era fuelled by experimentation.
Photographer Stuart Linden Rhodes recalls capturing the North’s diverse LGBTQ+ clubbing scene, and the vibrant characters who filled the dance floors.
Alim Kheraj discusses his new book celebrating the capital’s vibrant LGBTQ+ scene and the patchwork of bars, clubs, shops, Pride events, saunas and sex shops that have catered to the queer community.
Eddie Otchere remembers photographing the UK’s rave scene from the inside, and how a generation of young people built their own clubbing paradise in defiance of authority.
Around the world, LGBTQ+ bars are closing. In a new book, writer Jeremy Atherton Lin reclaims these institutions from the rubble by tracing their legacy as spaces of solidarity and sexual expression.