The UK's first museum dedicated to LGBTQ+ history and people will soon open in King's Cross.
Queer Britain aim to open a free-to-visit museum featuring four galleries, a workshop, gift shop and education space to the public in spring.
Trustees said they were pleased to have a location steeped in queer history and easily accessible to "all the community".
"Queer Britain aims to tell our many diverse histories, and now we have a home to do that from," Anjum Mouj said.
The collective has an initial two-year lease on the building, owned by Art Fund. It replaces outgoing tenants The House of Illustration, which moves to a larger space.