30 Silver Street, Reading, RG1 2ST

Reading Queer Social

Free, but register in advance if you can

Join us for an unforgettable evening at our Queer Social Night, a celebration of community, connection, and fun! Hosted by our amazing team of queer volunteers, this event promises an inclusive, safe space where everyone is welcome to be themselves. Whether you're looking to make new friends, enjoy some fantastic music, or simply unwind in a supportive environment, this is the place for you!

This month, we'll be celebrating the one year anniversary of running Queer Socials in Reading!! What started out as a small idea has grown to become everyone’s favourite time of the month. To celebrate this monumental time, expect lots of party games like pass the parcel, our special version of pin the tail, piñata smashing and more! We can’t wait to see y’all there!

Throughout the evening, you'll also enjoy a selection of refreshing drinks and the best tunes. And the best part? It's completely free to attend! Our Queer Social Night is more than just an event; it's a community coming together to celebrate diversity, friendship, and the joy of being queer. Don't miss out on this incredible night of fun, music, and bingo—it's an experience you'll cherish and remember. See you there!

Register your attendance via OutSavvy so we have an idea of numbers!

This is an 18+ event. Please bring ID as everyone will be checked on the door and bar.

Covid Regulations

  • Please as always respect people’s personal space, and allow room for people to social distance should they wish to.
  • Please do a lateral flow test before attending the event, if you are able
  • Please DO NOT ATTEND if you are displaying any Covid symptoms or test positive for Covid-19.

Zero Tolerance Policy

All genders, expressions, sexualities are welcome 

Please don’t assume people’s pronouns or gender.

Respect everyone’s personal space - this includes volunteers, staff, audience members and performers!

Zero tolerance for harassment/discrimination. No transphobia, homophobia, racism, islamophobia, body shaming, slut shaming, fatphobia, sexism, ableism. 


The downstairs of the Rising Sun Arts Centre where this event is held is wheelchair accessible. There is a disabled access toilet on the ground floor, and the bar area is also wheelchair accessible. 


Bus fares available for those on low income, message us for more details.

Main Hall

Volunteers for this event

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