Pride in London

Trafalgar Square

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Celebrate the diversity of the LGBTQ+ community with the Pride in London parade through central London, with free festivities in Trafalgar Square and other events taking place throughout June.

This year, the annual parade and celebrations in London will take place on Saturday 29 June.

What is Pride in London?

Pride in London celebrates LGBTQ+ London with revellers of all genders, sexualities, races and faiths.

Each year, discover a programme of events showcasing LGBTQ+ culture, including theatre, dance, art, cinema, parties and activities across the city.

Pride in London Parade

The festival culminates in the colourful Pride in London Parade in central London, as well as free performances in Trafalgar Square and the West End.  

Join the celebrations among hundreds of floats and performers, singing and dancing through the streets of London. The parade starts at 12pm near Hyde Park Corner and travels along Piccadilly to Piccadilly Circus before turning on Haymarket and heading to Trafalgar Square and Whitehall, finishing around 6pm.

Soho takes over at night with parties and events in the many pubs, bars and clubs.

What events are taking place for Pride this year?

Embrace the sweeping spirit and enthralling energy that flows through the capital with some of the best activities and events taking place in celebration of Pride check back soon for confirmed details of events for Pride in London 2025.

Must-see events, shows and exhibitions

  • Revel in a famous West End show like Cabaret the Musical or Moulin Rouge! for a spectacular showcase of theatre at its finest. Various dates
  • Celebrate the LGBTQ+ community through 11 personal stories of self-discovery, resilience and pride at Proud West End, a free outdoor audio-visual exhibition on Grosvenor Square. Until 14 Jul
  • Visit the UK’s first LGBTQ+ museum, Queer Britain, spanning more than 100 years of objects, images and voices.
  • Explore the British Museum's permanent Desire, love, identity: LGBTQ histories trail, featuring objects that have a connection with LGBTQ+ history, from African masquerade masks to Greek mythology sculptures. 

Find out more about LGBTQ+ London for some of the best venues, events and attractions, all year round.