We have made the difficult decision to postpone the Pride in London parade until the summer of 2021. This decision has been made based on the latest advice from the UK Government and prior conversations with the Greater London Authority, Westminster City Council, and agencies involved in the planning of the parade.

Pride in London remains absolutely committed to creating a safe environment for everyone who attends the Pride in London parade and events. In response to the UK government’s decision to prohibit large-scale gatherings to help avoid the spread of coronavirus, it would not be safe or feasible to go ahead with the parade this year.

However, just because we can't take to the streets doesn't mean we can't still celebrate and support the community from behind our screens. Our campaign You! Me! Us! We! still stands for 2020 and we will be encouraging people to take digital actions to demonstrate allyship, including through our own series of virtual events launching in June. More information on how to get involved is coming soon, so keep an eye out!

In the meantime, Pride in London will continue to provide a platform for the LGBTQ+ community through our year-round guide for the capital's queer events, Coming Out (rebranded to 'Staying In' for the time being). Check it out to find the best virtual queer events happening now!

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