Having doubled in size in just three years, the annual Pride Festival kicks off June 9th and now runs for a month until parade day on July 7th. Presenting a wide variety of entertaining, thought-provoking, social and engaging events with performances to be held at venues throughout the Capital city, Pride Festival showcases and celebrates the diverse talents from across the LGBT+ community.
Applications this year include comedy improv, a binge-watch film evening, a Great Gatsby-themed party, cabaret, theatre, music, business networking, socials, fitness boot camps, a self-defence workshop, yoga, Morris Dancing, ping pong, bowling, puzzle games, museum events, talks, walks, and much more.
“We are excited to have received so many creative, entertaining, educational and also sporty event concepts this year – and it is proving hard to narrow down our selection,” said Simon Jones, Events Director of Pride in London. “Our hope is that the final line-up will delight everyone. Submissions are open until May 31st so get yours in today”.
The first selection of events are now live on and two highlights include The Science Museum’s Sexuality Late taking place June 27th and a show at Underbelly Southbank ‘Rising Stars’ on July 2nd.
Tickets are available at www.prideinlondon.org/events