Unfortunately Pride in London 2021 has been cancelled. You can find out more information and FAQs here. The information below is reflective of how you could have taken part in the previous parade.


Applications to take part in the parade as a group are currently open. Find out all the information you need to join in on our Take Part page.

This year, our theme will be based on Pride in London’s values of Visibility, Unity and Equality - for all of our communities. Our upcoming 2021 campaign will also amplify these values with a variety of multi-channel comms. Choosing one, or all of these values as a call to arms, we are asking the LGBT+ community to create banners, placards and raise their voices to ask the UK Government to act on the following: 

  • To enact the Gender Recognition Act Amendment Bill 

  • Immediate action to outlaw conversion therapy

  • Implement the 231 recommendations from all of the reviews commissioned by the UK Gov:

    • The Windrush Lesson Learned Review - 30 recommendations

    • Lammy Review - 35 recommendations

    • Timpson Review - 30 recommendations

    • McGregor-Smith Review - 26 recommendations

    • Angiolini Review - 110 recommendations  

  • Provide young trans people access to advice, guidance and medical support LGBT+ awareness training for all providers of social and healthcare services 

  • Equal protection for LGBT+ communities against hate crime, by making homophobic, biphobic or transphobic hate crime an aggravated crime in line with racial and religious hate crimes

Finally, a national AIDS memorial to remember those who died from the virus and those who cared for them. In addition, The Pride Festival - a month-long series of events, run by the community for the community, will be featured on the Pride In London website and social media channels, including our exclusive LGBT+ events platform Coming Out. 

The past months have been extraordinary with the continued Covid-19 pandemic.  The LGBT+ community despite its resilience has continued to face adversity and we know there is a want and a need for the community to come together. This year we anticipate over 35,000 people will march with over 300 community groups, providing the opportunity for us to be visible, to lift our voices and do so in unity.

We will of course be following UK Government advice with all of our events and parade and will continue to advise participants and audience members of any changes we make to the events.

The parade route

The Parade route will be slightly changing in 2021. We will still be marching through central London, Piccadilly Circus and around Trafalgar Square. We will share the final route as soon as we can.

Top tips for a perfect Parade

We’ve compiled a selection of tips to help first timers and seasoned veterans alike make their next Pride in London the best one yet.

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Any questions?

If you’re still unsure about something, then please contact us via Intercom (the little chat bubble on the bottom right) with your comments or questions. We aim to reply to all messages within five working days.