We measure our reach in many ways, from public conversations to the change we bring to both individual participants and the industries and communities we educate. Here’s how…

In the media

We’re not short on opinions! Our team and our work have been featured in every UK national news paper, across radio, television, podcasts and beyond.

  • Sexual Harassment in Londons' Clubs

    BBC London, Inside Out

    Inside Out London joined us as we delivered a training session with venue staff, demonstrating our work and the reasons why it’s necessary in a short documentary

  • Meet the people trying to make London nightlife safer in 2022

    Time Out, Chiara Wilkinson

    Reports of sexual assault in London bars, pubs, nightclubs and music venues were at a six-year high in 2021. ⁣⁣⁠Good Night Out co-founder Bryony Beynon spoke to Time Out about this rise in reports.⁣⁣⁠

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  • For women of colour in the UK, racism on a night out is standard

    Glamour, Parisa Hashempour

    “Clubs will blast Black music, but turn people away for looking too ‘urban’.” Four years on from the scrapping of Form 696, we spoke to Glamour about how Black, brown and Asian Brits still feel each subtle and crude contour of the insidious racism in Britain’s bars and clubs.

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  • What you need to know about women being ‘spiked with needles’ in UK clubs

    Dazed, Brit Dawson

    Good Night Out co-founder Bryony Beynon spoke to Dazed in response to an alarming spate of spiking incidents taking place in clubs up and down the country, and how we must think critically about our response.⁣

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Our reach

The GNO family of trained and accredited businesses and community organisations grows every day. We’re working to bring our training to the widest and most diverse cohort of trainees possible

We have worked with and trained

249 Organisations
4,673 People

You told us about our work

On the positive results...

We all feel as though we’ve come away with so much that we can use in our professional and personal lives. And from our experience with the GNOC, we know that accessibility to further support, should we need it, is second to none.

General Manager, 24 Kitchen Street, Liverpool

On the topics we cover...

It was so refreshing to speak openly about these sensitive topics as a team, I’d highly recommend people attend this training.

Women’s Officer, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama

Even though the training is based around sexual harassment, we’ve found that these skills and confidence gained are transferrable to many other issues around inappropriate interactions.

Operations and Art Director, Corsica Studios, London


We’re committing to effectively measuring the change we make, whether that’s staff attitudes before and after a training session or customer perception of safety once our posters are in place.

Our impact on staff

100% of participants say the training they recieved was relevant to their role. 93% of bar staff, security and supervisors say they felt very knowledgeable and skilled after being Good Night Out-trained, and on average 30% more confident in dealing with sexual harassment and assault.

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Evaluation resources