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start date: 2020-07-01 | finish date: 2019-07-14
A massive free Pride festival in one of the England’s most attractive cities. Bristol Pride is a 10-day festival that showcases, celebrates and champions the LGBTQ+ community in the South West of England.
With a variety of events including live shows, cabaret and events for families, the main attraction is the Pride parade. In 2019 this took place on Saturday 13th July through the city streets. It is likely to be around the same time of year in 2020. Keep checking our page for all the latest details.
If you’re planning to be in Bristol for Pride, book your hotel early – check our list of top hotels in Bristol for gay travellers.
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start date: 2020-06-20 | customers: mostly gay
The first official Cambridge Pride is took place on June 8 2019. Hoping for a repeat success in 2020, we have all the latest for you on the proceedings. Keep an eye on our page for forthcoming updates on Cambridge Pride 2020.
start date: 2020-06-27 | customers: gay
Colchester Pride 2019 was the third gay pride event to take place in Colchester. It is likely to take place the same time next year. Keep your eyes on this page for all the latest information for Colchester pride 2020.
start date: 2020-08-01
Very popular gay Pride event in the UK since 1991. The Brighton & Hove Pride is an exceptionally friendly event and one of Brighton’s most popular weekends, attracting tens of thousands visitors from around the UK and beyond.
The spectacular parade begins at Hove Lawns at 11:00 and continues through the town towards Preston Park. Expect plenty of colourful costumes, performances from top artists and a whole host of club nights.
We have all the latest information ahead of 2020’s proceedings. Keep an eye on our page for all the latest information.
For hotel bookings, click list of recommended hotels in Brighton UK.
start date: 2020-06-13
Now in its 13th year, Blackpool Pride is a wonderful weekend of festivities in Britain’s most iconic seaside resort to celebrate diversity, featuring a variety of entertainment and fun activities. VIP packages are available.
2019’s Pride was under Blackpool Tower on the iconic seafront! The proceedings were a camp ol’ time, amplified by the theme “Oh we do like to be beside the seaside”.
We will have all the latest information on 2020’s Pride Parade. Keep your eyes on our page for news on the 14th annual Blackpool Pride.
Check our list of the best hotels & guesthouses in Blackpool for gay travellers if you’re planning to join.
start date: 2019-11-12 | finish date: 2019-11-23
GFest is a LGBT+ festival that aims to bring BAME and LGBT+ communities together through the arts. Events announced so far are a Sink The Pink drag special and a screening of Happy Birthday, Marsha!
Check out their website to see all the latest events taking place across GFest 2019
start date: 2019-11-19 | finish date: 2019-12-22
It’s 2050 and the planet is in trouble. A crack team of queer space explorers have to escape from Planet Trash or disarm a discarded weapon the Intergalactic Government is desperate to retrieve.
Unless Shirley Bassey makes a comeback, this will be the campest Christmas show in London this Christmas.
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start date: 2020-02-01 | time: 9pm-4am
Why wait until summer to celebrate Pride? Winter Pride UK is one of the only Gay Pride events to be celebrated during the height of winter.
The event will be taking place in February and has already sold out the first batch of tickets! Have no fear though, there will be tickets on the door. You can expect DJs, drag shows and circus performers!
Check out their Facebook page for all the latest information.
start date: 2020-06-06 | customers: LGBT mixed
Mighty Hoopla is the biggest LGBT pop festival in London. It’ll be taking place in Brockwell Park on June 6th. Headline acts last year included All Saints, Chaka Khan and Bananarama.
It’s guaranteed to be one of the most fun gay events in London this summer.
Tickets on sale now.
start date: 2020-07-11 | customers: LGBT mixed
It is never too late to start preparing, and as London Pride is one of the biggest events in the UK LGBT+ calendar, why not start getting excited about 2020’s proceedings.
Pride in London is a large LGBT festival in London with many fun activities, cultural events, stage shows and parties, attracting tens of thousands of participants each year.
In 2019, the London LGBT Pride parade took place on Saturday, July 6th, starting from the BBC Broadcasting House to Oxford Circus, down Regent Street, through Piccadilly Circus, Lower Regent Street, past Trafalgar Square and into Whitehall.
During this period, many gay bars, gay nightclubs, gay cruise clubs and saunas across London keep the fun going all night long, hosting various events and parties.
Planning to be in London for Pride 2020? Check our list of top hotels in London for gay travellers and visit our Pride London 2020 page for the latest info.
venue: Haggerston Park
start date: 2020-07-12 | finish date: 2020-07-12 | customers: LGBT mixed
UK Black Pride 2019 was held on Sunday 7 July. To mark UK Black Pride’s continued growth, the celebration moved to a larger location: Haggerston Park in east London.
Expect even bigger things in 2020 and keep checking our Black Pride 2020 page for the latest info.
start date: 2020-06-20
Scotland’s largest LGBT event. Pride Edinburgh 2019 festival took place on Saturday, June 22nd, and was ran entirely by volunteers. The traditional march and rally attracts thousands to the streets to promote and celebrate pride.
Tourists can mix with locals, politicians, campaigners and even celebrities. Besides the march, there’ll be plenty of activities, events and parties – check the website for more details on 2020’s proceedings.
start date: 2020-06-27 | time: 12-6 | customers: LGBT mixed
Suffolk Pride is a countywide event that celebrates LGBTQ+ equality and diversity. The one-day parade and Pride celebration event took place on the Waterfront in Ipswich on Saturday 22 June 2019 from 12 to 6pm.
All ages are welcome. 2020’s parade is likely to be at the end of June too. Keep visiting our page for all the latest details on next years facilities.
People across Suffolk are invited to enjoy an affordable family-friendly day of fantastic entertainment, to taste the best food and refreshments and to learn more about Suffolk’s LGBTQ+ community.
As part of the Pride celebrations, there will also be a programme of activities at schools and libraries across Suffolk in June. On the day we hope to continue festivities into the evening with associated events – more to follow.
venue: Birmingham Hippodrome
Birmingham Hippodrome - Birmingham, Hurst Street, Southside, Birmingham, B54T ,Birmingham
start date: 2019-11-13 | finish date: 2019-11-13 | time: 8 pm | customers: LGBT mixed
The Pope Of Trash will be giving his only UK performance in November at the SHOUT Festival in Birmingham. He’s an LGBT+ icon, masterful film director and a great raconteur. His work is notorious. He directed Hairspray, Pink Flamingos and Female Trouble, to name a few.
He’s also the author of many books and a regular TV personality. John Waters raised bad taste to an art form. This is a rare chance to spend an evening with your favourite Filth Elder.
start date: 2020-05-23 | finish date: 2020-05-25
Fun 2-day LGBT festival on the last Bank Holiday weekend of May. The Birmingham Pride keeps getting bigger and bigger.
The carnival parade kicks off on Saturday at around noon, along with stage shows, cabaret marquee, dance arena, fun-fair and street party. Birmingham’s thriving gay clubs and bars around Gay Village will be hosting various parties and activities.
Planning to join Birmingham Pride, check our list of top hotels in Birmingham for gay travellers.
start date: 2020-06-13
Popular gay Pride event in one of England’s most historic cities. York Pride is a celebration of diversity of the LGBT community of York and North Yorkshire with a focus on entertainment, inclusivity and fun. We have all the latest on 2020’s event, so keep an eye on our page for forthcoming news.
This year, the event takes place on June 8th. Thinking of attending? check our list of top York hotels for gay travellers.
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