- The city-wide festivities celebrate the capital's LGBT+ community.
- Catch the Pride in London Parade on 7 July, as well as an incredible line-up of entertainment in Trafalgar Square and London's West End.
- This year's Pride in London theme is #PrideMatters.
Join the party as thousands of people of all genders, sexualities, race and faith come together every year for
Pride in London Parade
The month-long festival culminates in the colourful Pride in London Parade in central London and free performances in Trafalgar Square on 7 July.
See the Pride in London Parade wind through the West End's streets from 12pm, with more than 30,000 community representatives, dancers and performers taking part in the 2018 parade.
Continue the fun with a dazzling line-up of performers on the Trafalgar Square Stage. Top acts include Sophie Ellis-Bextor, the London Gay Men’s Chorus and the 2018 Pride's Got Talent winners, as well as the casts of Aladdin, The Lion King and Everybody's Talking about Jamie.
Pride in London 2018 highlights
- Discover how two young men help each other to cope with loss and love in the midst of the AIDS epidemic, in moving play Lonely Planet. 14 Jun-7 Jul
- Learn more about the Section 28 ban on the promotion of homosexuality in the UK, 30 years after it was enforced, with a series of plays during the Remember the Clause Season. 19 Jun-7 Jul
- Celebrate the contribution of LGBT+ culture with a whole day of activities, talks, performances and tours with Queer and Now at Tate Britain. 23 Jun
- Enjoy 30 films and short films as the free Queer Asia Film Festival brings six days of big-screen works to the British Museum and SOAS. 24-29 Jun
- Find a host of cabaret and music performances, variety shows, talks and more at the Science Museum’s Sexuality Lates. 27 Jun
- Don your glad rags for the #PrideProm, full of top acts to take you long into the evening. 30 Jun
- Learn more about gender and sexual identity through the ages during a tour of some of The V&A’s objects. 30 Jun
- Delve into the life and experiences of a gay icon through solo play Quentin Crisp: Naked Hope at Brasserie Zédel. 1 and 8 Jul
- Be entertained by everything from acrobatics to dance as Pride in London takes over the Underbelly Festival with the Rising Stars show. 2 Jul
- Raise money for charity and take on The Crystal Maze challenge, which has been given a colourful makeover. 3-7 Jul
- Enjoy Pride in London-themed treats around the capital, including brightly coloured churros at Cantina Laredo and a rainbow-inspired pizza at BungaTINI. Various dates
Check out Pride in London for more events, activities and information.
The parade in central London and performances in Trafalgar Square are free to attend.
Some other events during the month-long festival require paid-for tickets.
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