Celebrate London’s LGBT+ community with everything from live music and film screenings, to art exhibitions and historical tours, at the many Pride in London events this June and July. Among these LGBT events, you’ll find specific themed gay events, lesbian events and trans events, but most events are open to all to attend.
Plan which Pride in London 2017 events to go to below.
Pride's Got Talent 201717 May-11 Jun, Various Venues, Free-£15 (box-seating is available at some venues for an additional cost).
See new and emerging talent in the LGBT+ community live on stage at Pride in London. Be entertained by a wonderfully diverse range of music, cabaret and novelty acts as they compete before a panel of industry experts to be crowned winner of the 2017 Pride’s Got Talent.Read More
Queer British Art 1861-196710am-10pm, 24 Jun-9 Jul, Tate Britain, Westminster, SW1P 4RG, £16.50 / £14.50 concessions
See the first exhibition dedicated to queer British art at Tate Britain. Marking the 50th anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of male homosexuality in England, this exhibition features works from 1861–1967 relating to lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer identities.Read More
Queer & Now: Festival Launch
2pm-10pm, 24 Jun, Tate Britain, Westminster, SW1P 4RG, Free
Celebrate the diversity of the community as Tate Britain and Pride in London collaborate on the official opening event of the 2017 festival. Find everything from daytime activities for families, to an evening filled with music, performance, talk and discussion.Read More
A Big Gay Iftar8pm, 24 Jun, St Andrew's Church, Waterloo, SE1 8LJ, £15
Sit down to something very important, as the Muslim and LGBT+ communities open a fast together during Ramadan - otherwise known as "iftar". It's open to all faiths and sexual identities.Read More
Run For Rights10.30am, 25 Jun, meet outside National Theatre, Upper Ground, Free
Put on your running shoes and enjoy a free run throughout the city to raise awareness of LGBT+ rights across the globe.Read More
Saucy Soho ToursVarious times, 25 Jun-8 Jul, Meet at Palace Theatre, Soho, W1D 5AY, £15
Join three Westminster Guides for an intimate look at some of the characters who’ve lived and loved across the years down the streets (and alleys) of the area once thought of as the city's seediest district.Read More
Jeffrey Weeks Discussion2.30pm-4.30pm, 26 Jun, Opening Doors London, Bloomsbury, WC1H 9NA, Free
See activist, historian, sociologist and author Jeffrey Weeks in discussion on LGBT+ history from 1967 to modern day.Read More
7.30pm-9.30pm, 26 Jun, Lyric Theatre, Soho, W1D 7ES, £25-£50
An exclusive one-night gala performance of the world's first show based on coming-out stories. Listen to more than 20 powerful, funny and confessional true tales, direct from a critically acclaimed run at Edinburgh Fringe.Read More
Britain on Film: LGBT Britain6pm, 6 Jul, BFI Southbank, SE1 8XT, £6.50
Take a look at Britain on Film: LGBT Britain at BFI Southbank, which brings rare archival films to the big screen, to uncover and celebrate the often-hidden history of LGBT lives, communities and cultures throughout the 20th century.Read More