What happened at Pride Festival 2019?

Pride Festival showcased the very best from across the London LGBT+ community, including theatre & cabaret shows, tours, exhibitions, conferences, museum events and much more. The award-winning Festival, which is coordinated by Pride in London, has grown from one-week to a month-long series of events in just four years.

Last year’s festival commenced on Saturday 8 June 2019 and ended on parade day, Saturday 6 July 2019.

You can see more about what happened at Pride in London 2019 here.

Why was Pride Festival created?

For five years we’ve encouraged LGBT+ community groups to use Pride Festival as a platform to celebrate diversity in the lead up to the Parade. Last year was our most incredible yet. Why? Not only did more people attend the Parade than ever before, but we grew Pride Festival to over 100 events — two-thirds of which were free or under £10. It was as broad as it was diverse, with cabaret, comedy, health and wellbeing, music, sports exhibitions and more. One in ten of those events were organised directly by Pride in London, with the majority organised by community groups (42%), individuals (25%), a theatre or museum (17%) or another organisation (5%).

Showcase your talents at Pride Festival 2020

We had an overwhelming response for events at last year’s Pride Festival, which just makes us even more excited for next year!

We’d love to see you in next year’s Festival. Anyone and However, we’d love to see you in next year’s Festival! Anyone and everyone from across the LGBT+ community can take part. Whatever you’re planning, from comedy to cabaret and beyond, we want to give you a platform to make it a reality.

Get in touch with the Festival team: festival@prideinlondon.org