Half a million people took part in the Pride in London Parade 2013, which was held on Saturday 29th June in central London.
Video by SilverCut Productions.
Every year the parade goes along Oxford Street from Baker Street to Oxford Circus, carries on down Regent Street and along Pall Mall, past Trafalgar Square and finally ends in Whitehall. Over 150 groups took part in the parade in 2013.
Registration for the 2014 Parade will open late in 2013.
Love (and Marriage)
In 2013 our theme was Love (and Marriage). We celebrated not only the achievement of equal marriage in the UK as well as in various countries around the world, but also the love and support that exists within the LGBT+ community and their friends and families.
Over fifty events took place throughout June and July as part of the Pride in London festival. There were seventeen different events alongside the parade on Saturday 29th June, including:
There are road closures, parking suspensions and bus diversions to accommodate the Pride Parade. There will also be planned engineering works over the weekend, so make sure you plan your journey in advance.
Disabled access information
We provide an accessible shuttle bus, disabled safe space and Dial-a-ride bus provided for those who wish to take part in the parade but need the benefit of accessible transport. We have also made arrangements for disabled access parking.
Older LGBT+ Community at Pride
Opening Doors London provided a special programme of events for older members of the LGBT+ community, including a pre-Pride brunch in Marble Arch and a walking group and open top double decker bus towards the front of the parade.