Find out how you can take part in Pride's Got Talent
The Pride’s Got Talent competition is open to:
New and emerging talent (established talent will be considered separately)
Talent without major representation
Applicants can apply for a spot in one of two categories:
Popular Music - This is exclusively for music acts, including both solo artists and groups.
Cabaret - Music/Dance (music outside of pop) Cabaret/Alternative Presenting/Hosting/ Novelty Act
How to apply
You can apply to take part in the competition by filling out the form below before the closing date on Monday 23 March.
Please make sure to read through the terms and conditions of the competition before you apply.
How does it work?
The first round
Successful entries are given the opportunity to perform in front of a panel of industry-recognised judges. The panel will also include community reps who are mindful of encouraging diverse talent. Depending on their act, the performer will be seen by one of the below panels. To ensure that no one is discriminated against, the judges will judge on talent and quality within their category as listed above.
These auditions will be held in a London LGBT+ venue and will have audience members watching the competition. Each act will be asked to perform a maximum of three numbers. The panel may want to ask some questions after their audition. The panel and producer also reserve the right to not listen to or watch full performances.
The rounds will lead to a semi-final for each category with the same format as written above.
Finalists, once again, perform in front of a panel of judges. The final is held in front of a live audience. The winning artists, within the various categories, will then be allocated into the various stages by the Producer and will be added to the Pride programme.
Finalists are competing for the following:
PGT Winner (supporting a PA on Trafalgar Square)
PGT Cabaret Winner (supporting a PA on Trafalgar Square)
Sponsor Associated Prizes