Pride's Got Talent T&Cs
By entering the Pride's Got Talent competition you accept these terms.
The following terms and conditions apply to Pride's Got Talent. Please note that these may change for any future competitions.
To enter applicants must be aged 18 years and over (by 1 January 2023) and a U.K. resident.
Applications must be received by 10:00am GMT Monday 20th March 2023 by completing the web form. Alternatively, you may email [email protected] but must provide all necessary information for your entry to be valid.
Applications which are delayed, lost, damaged, incomplete or fail in transmission due to computer issues or otherwise cannot be accepted.
Applicants must be available for all scheduled rounds and finals. These will get released a month before the auditions begin and at that point, the candidate may remove their application.
The competition is split in two categories:
Pride’s Got Talent Music - This category is reserved exclusively for music acts (solos and groups)
Pride’s Got Talent Cabaret - This category is reserved for: Music/Dance (non-popular music); Cabaret/Alternative and Presenting/Hosting/Novelty Acts
The prizes consist of the following and there are no alternatives:
Pride's Got Talent Music category winner (will support a headline act at Pride In London).
Pride's Got Talent Cabaret category winner (will support a headline act at Pride In London).
Both Winners will also be invited to perform at the next Take To The Stage With Pride event in the West End later in 2023.
Other prizes to be confirmed.
Applicants are judged on the quality of their individual talent by industry professionals. The judge’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
The Promoter reserves the right to change the terms of the competition at any time.
All applicants agree to their name and information submitted in their application to be used in any or all publicity and marketing that the Promoter decides to undertake.
By entering the competition you are accepting these terms and conditions.
A list of the names of the winners will be published on prideinlondon.org and may be obtained by sending an SAE to the Promoter from 30th June 2023
The Winner of Pride’s Got Talent may also receive the BMGPM and PGT Songwriter Award (subject to eligibility and further terms and conditions, as made available to finalists and upon request to [email protected]). BMGPM reserves all rights to award the BMG and PGT Songwriter Award to another competition entrant in the event that the Winner of Pride’s Got Talent is not eligible to receive the same.
Eligible acts for the Songwriter Award will:
not have previously assigned any rights in the recordings and compositions (“Works”) intended for the EP to any third party;
not be subject to any exclusive arrangements (whether recording or publishing rights);
have the full right to enter into a composer agreement with BMGPM and assign exclusively to BMGPM the rights in the Works created thereunder;
confirm that the Works are original and do not contain any so-called samples or interpolations (unless they are from a royalty-free library and suitable for production library music usage) and do not infringe on the rights of any third party; and
obtain clearance and/or release forms and/or enter into contracts with any third party contributor to the Works and be responsible for any fees or royalties payable in connection therewith.
The Promoter is London LGBT+ Community Pride CIC, PO Box 59497, London SE2 8DS. Registered in England and Wales as a Community Interest Company (no. 8321669). 'Got Talent' used with kind permission of Freemantle Media.