Memories from the Dance Floor is a docu-series celebrating LGBTQ+ venues and unravelling the forgotten history behind queer nightlife across the UK, as host, Damian Kerlin, dives into 20th century queer culture and the opening of iconic super clubs. more
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Back in London Damian turns his attention to The Black Cap. A Camden landmark for over 250 years and one of London’s biggest and most famous LGBTQ+ spaces for more than 50, which closed abruptly in April 2015, due to the ambitions of the owners to re... more
Leaving the bright lights of London, Damian travels to Birmingham to The Nightingale Club. From humble beginnings the Nightingale has grown into one of the UK's most successful queer superclubs - well known in the city and nationally. more
When London's Heaven opened in the winter of 1979, it changed what we knew to be gay clubbing forever. Europe's first super-club, Heaven has played a central role and had a major influence in the development of London's LGBTQ+ scene for the last 44 y... more
As LGBTQI+ family I have spent many nights over the years under the mirror ball! I love hearing these stories and the history of clubs! Would be awesome if you could do some international episodes!! New York, Sydney, Rio..
The Dan Hartman track played was ‘Vertigo’ rather than ‘Relight My Fire’ which it leads into on the album. I loved Heaven and would arrive early sitting on the stairs near the dj booth to see everyone arrive, leaving as it closed to emerge into the daylight and how we danced! The bar boys were amazing but Kevin S was definitely the star. The door policy is one thing and absolutely appalling if it was discriminatory but I don’t think any club back then would play music to cater for a section of t... more
I’ve deejayed at Revenge in Brighton for 14 years and really enjoyed this podcast. Looking forward to hearing the other guests and the history of the LGBTQ+ scene in Britain. Bravo Damian! X
Really enjoyed this first episode, featuring great insights into the beginnings of Heaven and guests, and really looking forward to the next episode.
‘A thousand hot gay men dancing with their shirts off, it was just intoxicating!’ - I LOVE THIS PODCAST
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