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Pride in Soho
Soho has long been the centre of LGBT+ London, and during Pride in London it's a busy and vibrant space hosting our Women's Stage in Dean Street and Cabaret Stage in Wardour Street.
Women's Stage - Dean Street
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|Time*||Speaker / Performer(s)|
|1315||Eleni C - Pride's Got Talent Finalist|
|1325||Natalie Gray - Pride's Got Talent Finalist|
|1335||The Office Girls - Pride's Got Talent Finalist|
|1350||Helen Oakleigh - LGBT+ Poet|
|1440||Aletia Upstairs - Pride's Got Talent Finalist|
|1455||Sofia B - Pride's Got Talent Finalist|
|1620||Charley Monroe - Pride's Got Talent Winner 2015|
|1640||Richard Von Wild|
|1700||July Jones - Pride's Got Talent Finalist|
|1715||Four Femmes on the Thames|
|1830||DJ Vikki "Legzyy" Meredith|
|1915||DJ Tayylor Made|
Cabaret Stage - Wardour Street
|Time*||Speaker / Performer(s)|
|1300||Bambi & Roxx|
|1310||Dr Woof - Pride's Got Talent Finalist|
|1320||Paul Bork - Pride's Got Talent Finalist|
|1330||Aletia Upstairs - Pride's Got Talent Finalist|
|1340||BenT - Pride's Got Talent Finalist with Stephanie Von Clitz and Rose Garden|
|1350||Lady Glamour Nouveau - Pride's Got Talent Finalist|
|1400||Holly Dun Something - Pride's Got Talent Finalist|
|1410||Heart & Soul - Pride's Got Talent Finalist|
|1420||Henry Newbury - Pride's Got Talent Finalist|
|1440||Lord Hicks - Pride's Got Talent Cabaret Runner Up|
|1455||Alex James Ellison - Pride's Got Talent Cabaret Winner|
|1510||Lilly SnatchDragon and Virgin Extravaganza's Hour|
|1535||Laura Nadia Hunt|
|1550||Helen Oakleigh - LGBT+ Poet|
|1630||To be announced|
|1650||Four Femmes on the Thames|
|1705||The RVT Drag Choir|
|1720||Le Poulet - Sarah Louise Young|
|1745||To be announced|
|1755||Sum Tin Wong|
|1850||Lubrikunt & Liquor|
|1915||The RVT Choir|
Soho Square Community Village
Thirty charities and community groups will have stalls in Soho Square on Saturday 25 June. The Square will also provide a quieter space, away from busier areas of Soho such as Old Compton Street and Wardour Street.
Do I need a ticket?
No, but the streets around Old Compton Street do get very busy during Pride. If there's a performer you really want to see, we recommend getting there early.
Is there a minimum age?
No, but we ask that under 16s are accompanied by an adult.
Can I buy food and drink?
Yes, there are lots of bars and food outlets in Soho.
Can I bring my own alcohol?
You can bring your own alcohol, but we ask you to support the bars in Trafalgar Square. Glass bottles are strongly discouraged.
Can I bring pets?
You can, but please avoid bringing pets. Soho is extremely busy on Pride day and dogs will find it stressful. If you do bring a dog, please bring their drinking water and make sure you clean up after them.
Can I bring large bags?
Yes, but please avoid if you can.
Is Soho accessible?
There will be BSL interpretation, captioning and live subtitling. Assistance dogs are welcome in all areas. If you need accessible parking, we have a small number of free places. There are also fully accessible toilets.
Where are the toilets?
We have gender neutral toilets in several locations in and around Soho. Ask our stewards if you have any trouble finding them.
Can I take photos or record video?
Yes! Please take lots of photos. Share them with us @LondonLGBTPride using #PrideinSoho.
Will there be security?
Yes, in addition to our volunteer stewards, we will have professional security guards.
- No induction loop
- No meet and greet
When you're there
- May be alcohol
- May be crowds
- May be flashing lights
- May be loud noises
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