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  • Fragments of Lesbian and Gay History

    Until the 1970s lesbians and gay men were practically invisible in Icelandic society which surrounded them with contempt and massive silence. Their...

  • Iceland: Homosexuality and the Law

    1869: The first comprehensive penal code came into effect in Iceland, based on a Danish model. Among its provisions was the criminalisation of sexua...

  • "The more drag in Reykjavik, the better"

    After years of just one annual drag show in Reykjavik things changed in October 2015 when a three friends decided to form a group and do a monthly sho...



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  • Drag Súgur


    the Icelandic drag cabaret, performs at least twice every month at Gaukurinn. Check their Facebook page for listings.

  • Travel to Iceland

    Iceland is only 3 hours away

    from London and 5 hours away from New York! 
    Visit Icelandair and book your next flight to Iceland!

  • Reykjavík Pride

    The Reykjavik Pride

    celebration will be 4-9 August 2020 with some changes due to Covid19. Visit their official website for more information.

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Bars and clubs

  • Kiki -queer bar


    Kiki -queer bar claims to be "The Queerest club in Reykjavík. Great music, fun atmo and the best crowd!" Located on second and third floor of Laugavegur 22, entrance from Klapparstígur.

    Visit Kiki -queer bar on Facebook to see what they are up to and their current opening hours.


  • Gaukurinn


    GAUKURINN is a bar and events venue, situated in downtown Reykjavík. The establishment is also the home of newly opened Vegan diner VEGANÆS.

    It's not a queer bar or gay bar but LGBT+ friendly like most bars in Iceland and they have hosted lot's of LGBT+ events. Twice a month the infamous drag troupe Drag-Súgur puts on a show at Gaukurinn; one marvelous main show with all of the established Royals of the city and one Drag-Lab (free entry) where newcomers are welcomed to the stage and more seasoned performers try out new material.

    Events are held almost every day and the schedule is available here.

    Facebook page:

    Location: Tryggvagata 22, 101 Reykjavik




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