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Pride's Got Talent 2016

The 2016 winner is Jack Feureisen (Photograph: Joel Ryder)

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.

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Pride's Got Talent 2016

Twenty-one finalists performed at the Grand Final on Sunday 15 May at the Charing Cross Theatre, in front of a full house and judges led by Sinitta.

The finalists

The competition

The competition was open to:

  • New and emerging talent (established talent should email Ian)
  • Talent without major representation
  • Non celebrity talent

Entrants were exposed to industry recognised judges to help them in their artistic career. They help to ensure transparency and diversity on our stages. We welcomed all applications no matter what gender, gender history, sexuality, ethnicity or disability.

What are the prizes?

Finalists are guaranteed a space on a Pride in London stage. The judges also decide:

  • Pride's Got Talent winner for 2016 (across both categories)
  • Pride's Got Talent category winner (you will support the headline act on Trafalgar Square, performing to up to 15,000 people)
  • Pride's Got Talent category runner up
  • Pride's Got Talent Cabaret category winner
  • Pride's Got Talent Cabaret category runner up

The judges

Pride's Got Talent

Pride's Got Talent Cabaret

Applications for Pride's Got Talent 2016 closed on Friday 18 March.

'Got Talent' used with kind permission of Freemantle Media.

Any questions?

Please get in touch if you have any questions about Pride's Got Talent.