Category: Guides

Dani ‘The DaniSinger Experience’ Singer aka Dani Dinger

Dani ‘The DaniSinger Experience’ Singer aka Dani Dinger has “a winning smile” (Exeunt Magazine 2018) and a gender which has been described as “one of the great ideological experiments of the 21st Century” (Instagram direct message 2018). They have been tour guiding for ten years in different guises, and have been part of QToL for almost two. They’re best known for being the person who gets naked at clubs. #RobbieWilliamsIsMyGender #TransOnTrend. Dani specialises on ‘Hackney’ tours, Trans history tours and Soho Tours. Dani’s next tour is next tour is ‘The Very Queer West End Queer History’ Tour. Contact Dani on ‘Queer Tour of Whitechapel’. 

Dan de la Motte

Dan de la Motte is a Queer performer, activist, researcher, guide and host. He has developed and leads Queer walking tours of Hackney, Soho and the East End, as well as London-wide bus tours. Away from Queer Tours of London, Dan has performed his comedy at the Glory, Hen & Chickens, and Rosemary Branch Theatres, as well as at Reading Fringe. Recently he has performed in Queer things at the Arcola and Soho theatres, and is the voice of Off-Book, the Young Vic Podcast. @Dandelamotte. Dan specialises in Hackney, Bloomsbury and Soho tours. Dan’s next tour is ‘The Very Queer West End Queer History’ Tour

Kat Kai Kol-Kes

Kat Kai Kol-Kes is a groundbreaking ARTivist, she uses various art forms for human rights activism and advocacy, bridging the gaps created by jargon and societal insecurities. Kol-Kes is a TED Fellow, the author of …on about the same old things,  founder and Creative Director of the Queer Shorts Showcase Festival (Botswana), an alumnus of the Young African Leadership Initiative and a member of the Mellon Mays Fellows Professional Network (MMFPN). She has previously served as Curator of the Gaborone Hub of the World Economic Forum initiative- Global Shapers Community, and was a 2016/17 Chevening Scholar. More can be find in http://kkolkes.wixsite.com/kkolkes. Contact Kat on

Mazharul Islam

Mazharul Islam ( Maz), is a LGBT activist from Bangladesh who left his country on 28 April 2016 after the murder of two LGBT activists by Islamic Extremist in Dhaka on 25 April 2016. He was one of the pioneer management board members of Bangladeshi Famous online LGBT group named Boys of Bangladesh which is considered the first LGBT online platform for Bangladeshi LGBT people. Maz is one of the winners of Attitude Pride Award 2018 and he has been nominated for this award for making a protest here in London in front of Bangladesh High Commissioner asking Justice for his two LGBT activist friends who were brutally murdered back in Bangladesh on 25 April 2018. He is now self claimed LGBT activist who is working dedicatedly to bring some positive changes in Bangladesh LGBT community and London based Bangladeshi LGBT people. Maz is a also an artist and he had group exhibition of his paintings( Abstract and conceptual) in Bangladesh, Nepal and Japan. He is an active volunteer of Peter Tatchell Foundation and also member of Act Up London group. Maz leads the LGBT+ Migrant Rights Tour. Maz’ next tour is ‘Queer Tour of Whitechapel’

Nell James Grace

Nell James Grace is a Trade Union organiser, community campaigner and facilitator. Part-time performer, Director and Vintage Enthusiast, full-time Queer Poirot fanatic. When she’s not obsessing about Hercules, she’s the chair for OUT THERE Hackney LGBTQ+ network, disabled activist and GMB ability committee member and can be found campaigning about neurodiversity and divergence to anyone who will listen. Nell leads the Hackney Tours – next tour is.