Lynton Hotel London – Gay Friendly B&B in London

Author: , May 4th, 2019

Lynton Hotel

The Lynton B&B is a small friendly centrally located B&B in London. We are not a hotel although a bygone era once did call it a hotel once. We provide simple no frills accommodation in a great central part of London, positioned between the safe areas of Belgravia, Westminster and Pimlico. The West End, Soho, Vauxhall Cross, Oxford Street and most of London’s tourist attractions are close.

In our area you will find pubs, restaurants, coffee shops, fish and chips, supermarkets, a post office Plus the Victoria Palace and Victoria Apollo theatres are a 5-minute walk away. The location is also a transport hub with Victoria offering the tube, main line trains National express coaches and London red buses. All airports can be reached by Public transport.

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Sydney’s Fringe Festival to Expand Onto Oxford Street

Author: , April 21st, 2011

The organisers of the Sydney Fringe Festival are hoping more gay and lesbian events will be part of 2011 program with plans to extend this year’s event into Oxford Street.

The Sydney Fringe Festival, an arts and cultural event held annually in September and traditionally concentrated in the inner west, will expand into queer golden mile this year, following a request by the City of Sydney.

In a council meeting earlier this month, council voted unanimously to ask Sydney Fringe Festival organisers to expand into Oxford Street. Festival director Richard Hull welcomed the idea, saying Oxford Street was a perfect precinct for the Fringe, as it mirrors the artistic diversity of the inner west. And this year, he wants to see more submissions from the GLBT community.

Full Story from SX News

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Is Sydney’s Oxford Street Losing Its Gay Culture?

Author: , April 2nd, 2011

Oxford Street, SydneyWord on the street is the pink strip has changed. More and more heterosexuals are invading with their filthy breeding ways and forcing gay culture away from Oxford Street. As an openly gay man, I am aware of the GLBT community’s struggles.

But let’s face it: a generation brought up on “Two Girls: One Cup,” doesn’t give a mug of crap if you’re gay or straight. People are hard to shock these days.

Old gay activists, weaned on pink politics, are bemoaning the strip’s slow but sure mutation into the next Kings Cross. What was once a gay ghetto is now a heavily commercialized road lined with restaurants and — God forbid — straight clubs.

Full Story from CNN

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