introductions & social events for professional gay men.
Who are we?
Out & Out is the original gay private members club that gives gay professional men the opportunity to meet like-minded chaps in a relaxed, congenial environment where the conversation flows as freely as the wine. It is not a gay dating site. You may or may not meet the love of your life at our events but that is not our raison d'etre. Out & Out is a Meet Market not a Meat Market! Men attend our events for a relaxed great night (or day) out, and to meet some fun, like-minded men. It is a refreshing alternative to anything else on the scene.
Just another club?
Absolutely not! We are not that sort of club. Our events pop up in all sorts of places. The one constant is our lovely (and very experienced) hosts whose job is to ensure that as many introductions as possible are made in the course of one of our fabulous gay events. What happens once those introductions have been made is up to you and many wonderful long term partnerships have started at our events. Out & Out also offers great opportunities to enhance your gay professional network. Lots of exciting connections have been made as friendships flourish through gay introductions made through the club.
Escape the scene and meet men like you!
Out & Out is the original private gay dining club in London for discerning professional gay men, specialising in gay personal introductions, gay friendship and gay events in London.
Why Out & Out
The perfect place to find new friends, develop good business contacts or just relax in good company”
’Whether you’re looking for love or just the chance to expand your social horizons, I can’t think of a better way to start’’
Paul Burston Time Out
“…the organisers go out of their way to introduce like-minded people…”
Metro Magazine (Evening Standard)
“…the common denominator is intelligence, those who enjoy a good dinner party atmosphere as opposed to posing and cruising…”
What\'s On Magazine
Mixing two of life\'s great pleasures, men and food, it aims to stretch the boundaries of the scene with a bit of chat…”