Join the party as thousands of people take to the streets for Pride London, a celebration of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people and culture.
This year's event is themed around "Love (and Marriage)" and lots of special events are planned, including appearances by tennis star Martina Navratilova and TV sports presenter Clare Balding.
A highlight is the Pride parade on Saturday 29 June, which will start at 1pm and follow the traditional route from Baker Street, along Oxford Street and Regent Street, ending in Trafalgar Square. One of London's most vibrant celebrations, the parade will feature more than 10,000 marchers, roller-skaters, dancers and singers.
There will be entertainment in Trafalgar Square and Soho, including the best of London's LGBT community and other well-known performers. There'll also be a UK Black Pride festival in Golden Square (for free tickets, visit ukblackpride.org.uk).
Later in the day, you can head to Pride's official music festival, Summer Rites – Pride in the Park in Shoreditch Park, or carry on partying at one of six other official after-parties.
As well as the main celebrations on Saturday, there are lots of other events taking place throughout the week. Highlights include:
- A gala dinner with London Mayor Boris Johnson on 25 June at Claridge's
- An Audience with Martina Navratilova hosted by Clare Balding on 23 June at the St James Theatre
- Special Pride film screenings at the BFI and Channel Four
- A Gay Photographers' Network exhibition at Foyles bookshop
- A London Gay Symphony Orchestra concert
- A Chavurah at St John's Wood Synagogue
- Panel events on LGBT health and campaigning issues
- Polari's tour of Tate Britain, Queer Britannia
Read our introduction to LGBT London.