Jack Neave

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Jack Neave ran several nightclubs frequented by gays in London's West End during the 1930s including the Jamset and Cosmopolitan in Wardour Street, Soho. He was part owner of the Caravan with William Reynolds. He said of himself that he was "very popular among bohemian people" ('bohemian' was a euphemism for homosexuals).


Matt Houlbrook, Queer London