Pride's Got Talent 2017 applications now open
2 November 2016
Pride’s Got Talent gives new and emerging talent in the LGBT+ community the chance to perform onstage at Pride in London. Each year, hundreds of artists apply, and dozens are invited to audition before a panel of industry experts.
Finalists are guaranteed a space on a Pride in London stage on Saturday 8 July 2017 including on Trafalgar Square, performing to up to 15,000 people.
Applications are now open for Pride's Got Talent 2017
Pride's Got Talent is split into two categories. 'Pride's Got Talent' is reserved exclusively for popular music acts. 'Pride's Got Talent Cabaret' is reserved for music/dance (non popular music acts), cabaret/alternative, presenters, hosts and novelty acts.
The opportunity to launch a new career
Pride's Got Talent 2016 winner Jack Feureisen is currently in the studio writing his 1st EP and will start his Pride tour in 2017. He can be heard regularly at Archer Street - Soho.
Meanwhile Pride's Got Talent Cabaret winner Alex James Ellison has been very busy writing new material, new writing collaborations, and continuously gigging. This year he will embark in panto and will be releasing new singles throughout 2017.
Notes for editors
'Pride's Got Talent' used with kind permission of Freemantle Media.
The Pride Festival takes place from Saturday 24 June to Sunday 9 July 2017, with the Parade and main events on Saturday 8 July 2017. Pride in London is run entirely by volunteers and is the UK's largest Pride. The event remains free to attend at the point of access thanks to sponsorship and donations. Pride in London is run and managed by London LGBT+ Community Pride CIC on behalf of London's LGBT+ community and is part of the UK Pride Organisers Network.
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