The Queen’s Head Pub, located in Chelsea, has a rather interesting history due to Chelsea being one of the first gay-friendly towns or villages in the United Kingdom, dating back to the middle of the last century. Thus, The Queen’s Head pub was an ideal location for the London gay scene to meet and drink.
Times have changed a little, and now at lunchtime its clientele are typically straight (but certainly far from devoid of those from the LGBT community). As the evening approaches (Fridays in particular) more in the LGBT community start showing up, and the pubs atmosphere shifts.
For events you can expect to see cabaret (every month or so) and quizzes on Tuesday, or if you fancy being part of the entertainment you can visit every other Saturday for a bit of Karaoke.
27 Tryon Street, Chelsea, London London SW3 3LG