If you follow Edgware Road in a northerly direction until it becomes Maida Vale, keep going and you’ll eventually be right here. It’s part of north-west London that takes you off the tourist trail and into a place where both Londoners and incomers happily reside. Once known for its thriving Irish community, in recent years it has also become popular with people from Eastern Europe and South/Central America, too. What is it that they like so much about this place? Well, for a start, it’s never boring – with bustling high streets, restaurants, patches of nightlife and much more, it’s truly urban. Gay massage in Kilburn is similarly a vigorous and lively scene. You’ll find talented therapists who’ve been fully trained. They’re strong, attractive men who love what they do and do it well. No rank amateurs, these are men who can deliver everything they promise, as you’ll discover when you contact a reputable agency and make a booking.
Kilburn has plenty of transport connections, including Tube, railway and bus. There’s brilliant and award-winning local theatre at the well-loved Tricycle where you’ll often find work with a strong political flavour by writers who don’t fear controversy. Pubs and restaurants abound and there’s never a shortage of fun. Further north, you’ll arrive at the more residential enclave of Cricklewood, famous for its connections to the film industry. Alternatively, change direction and you can head back to Marble Arch and Oxford Street in very little time. The promise of world-class, gay massage in
Kilburn, however, might tempt you to stay a little longer.