Guests arrive in style with Audi at GAY TIMES Honours 500

Thanks to Audi, our guests arrived in style.

On 21 November, over 1,000 people arrived at Magazine London for the GAY TIMES Honours 500 ceremony, which honours queer people and their allies who have had a profound impact on the community over the last 12 months.

From community trailblazers to highly-visible queer stars, it’s an event that brings together people from all across our community to celebrate and inspire. To mark our landmark 500th issue, this year’s event was named GAY TIMES Honours 500.

Related: Here are all your winners from GAY TIMES Honours 500.

It marked the biggest event in our company’s recent history, with more than a thousand people packed into the venue for show-stopping performances by Pabllo Vittar, ALMA, L Devine, VINCINT and Little Gay Brother.

We also had DJ sets from Honey Dijon, Jodie Harsh and BBZ – with guest appearances from Kevin McHale, Charli XCX, Ncuti Gatwa, MNEK, Vinegar Strokes, Munroe Bergdorf, Dorian Electra, Courtney Act, Josef Salvat and Nicole Scherzinger.

Our guests were chauffeured in style, arriving in 25 executive Audi cars – check out the photos below.

Julien Macdonald photographed by Matt Keeble
Gary Thompson photographed by Matt Keeble
Nicole Scherzinger photographed by Matt Keeble
Harris Reed photographed by Matt Keeble
Romy Hadley photographed by Matt Keeble
Mimi Xu photographed by Matt Keeble
Charles Jeffrey photographed by Matt Keeble
Johannes Radebe and Graziano di Prima photographed by Matt Keeble



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