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 lesbian events, gay events and trans events, but most events are open to all to attend.
Plan which Pride in London 2017 events to go to below.
Southbank Surfing Pride Party
8 Jul, 8pm-2am, Clerkenwell & Social, 2-5 St John's Square, Clerkenwell, EC1M 4DE, £8-£12 in advance online/£15 on the door
Party into the early hours as you join the last Southbank Surfing & Pride Party for a night of dance, pop, commercial remixes, house, RnB, disco, club classics and more.Read More
Pride: Ladies After-Party8 Jul, 9.30pm, The Trading House, EC2V 7NQ, £10-£15
Live it up at the official Pride in London ladies-only after-party in sumptuous surroundings.Read More
Out for Sport: LGBT+ Badminton
9 Jul, 3pm, Kensington Leisure Centre, Silchester Rd, Notting Hill, W10 6EX, £5
Play a game with LYC Badminton in this free taster session suitable for everyone.Read More
Moonlight Screening9 Jul, 3.30pm, Prince Charles Cinema, WC2H 7BY, £10
Sit down to a special screening of 2017's Academy Award-winning best film in a collaboration with Unicorn Nights and UK Black Pride.Read More
Quentin Crisp: Naked Hope9 Jul, 7.30pm, Jermyn Street Theatre, St. James's, SW1Y 6ST, £16
Watch Mark Farrelly's hit show celebrating one of the most flamboyant figures of the twentieth century, Quentin Crisp, in a gloriously uplifting celebration of the urgent necessity to be yourself.Read More
Singles Lesbian History Tour
14 Jul, 6.30pm-10pm, meet at Leicester Square, WC2H, £25
Uncover stories of famous lesbians throughout history on Lenard Pink’s female-only singles walking tour, run in partnership with Pink Lobster Matchmaking.