This area of north London is close to Camden Town and therefore still has direct, on-foot access to central London. It’s popular with a young, music-loving and trend-conscious crowd and has a variety of restaurants and nightspots for old and young alike to enjoy. You’ll find yourself in a somewhat liberal and forward-thinking ambience when you spend time here and the feeling of freedom may well make you feel like getting gay massage in Kentish Town. The good news is that there are plenty of talented and good-looking therapists in this area. Since it’s reasonably central, the men come from far and wide and you’ll be able to choose from a vast variety of nationalities and ethnic backgrounds. This is a part of London that’s never become too sleepy or suburban, so pretty much anything you can get in the West End, you can get a version of right here. There’s no need to go without as far as any of the commonplace human desires are concerned, so visit our Employment page if you want to become part of our team.
When you return to looking about and discovering, you may want to head to the Forum – the area’s most prominent music venue where big-name acts as well as cult favourites put on brilliant shows. There’s also a pub-rock scene, if your tastes are more niche. If you’re stuck for what to do next, the area has its own online zine, The Kentishtowner, which will give you more information about the thriving arts on your doorstep. But don’t get so distracted by the fun that you forget to book gay massage in Kentish Town.