The evenings are getting lighter and brighter! And from May 17th we will be able to socialise indoors. So I have booked space for up to 12 guys at Central Station, one of London's popular LGBTQ+ venues, for a post-work Friday drinking and eating catchup session.
We will be on a table of 12 on Central Station's sunny roof terrace. If the weather is cold, they have arranged 2 adjacent tables of 6 inside. There is a great selection of drinks available and a food menu, here: https://www.centralstation.co.uk/food
The event is FREE (only need to RSVP) and as always, in the spirit of twilighting, we will be starting bright and early for some open-ended relaxing, socialising and improvisational dialogues.
Rory D xxx
Central Station Public House
37 Wharfdale Rd, King's Cross, London, N1 9SD
020 7278 3294
Directions: facing Kings Cross station, go around to the right of Kings Cross Station up York Way towards the canals. Take the 3rd right and Central Station is on your left.
Public Transit: 2-minute walk from Kings Cross Station
Dress code: Casual
This free group is for friendship and dating, designed to reach out to others and create mutual support. The concept is simple: helping one other get out there in the world.
I do not charge fees for attending our meet-ups. All I ask is that a one-off discretionary donation is made for your 1st time. This is to help cover the cost of running the group. Meetup groups are not free to run and cost £180 over the course of a year. I've put a link below (Paypal) where you give a one-off donation of £10 (or any amount) to help out. The group will always remain free so there is no obligation but it would be greatly appreciated. The link works on both desktops and smartphones.
Central Station is a legendary gay bar with three floors (and a roof terrace!). Boozing, cruising, disco, cabaret & food, a stone's throw from Kings Cross.
Central Station has been the Kings Cross independent alternative venue since 1992.
It's not what you are. It's who you are....!
Bar, restaurant, boutique bed and breakfast, and exciting nightspot in the regenerated bustling neighbourhood of King’s Cross - just three tube stops from Oxford Circus.
We welcome visitors from all over the world as well as regulars and local customers.
Shy Bis & Gay Guys
Shyness and social anxiety can hold guys back from forming meaningful platonic and romantic relationships. It can be tough enough ‘coming out’, but being introverted can make it even more of a challenge and sometimes you need a gentle push.
Queer Lifestyle is about more than simply accepting and embracing different gender identities and sexual preferences. It transcends those bubbles. In the sense that people can learn to love and accept themselves, even if they did feel "different", in any way, shape or form. This group encourages people to cultivate self-love through their life experiences and activities.