✨ Celebrating London this week…
The Pride in London 2023 Parade Day will take place on Saturday 1st July and celebrates all aspects of the LGBT+ community.
Our consultants have selected some highlights from tomorrow and beyond:
✨Ministry of Pride
📍 Ministry of Sound (Elephant and Castle), 1st July at 10pm-3am.
Featuring music from Fat Tony, Tjade and Illustrious Blacks.
✨ Neurodiverse space
📍 11th Jun - 13th Aug, 7:30pm to 9pm via Discord Video Chat. Free to attend.
A space for all neurodiverse* people to talk about their experiences in a safe space. *Neurodiverse includes autism, ADD/ADHD, Tourette's, and many other conditions, and this session welcomes those who are self-diagnosed.
✨ HE.SHE.THEY LONDON
📍 Saturday 1st July at KOKO (Camden), from £10.
The award-winning HE.SHE.THEY party comes to Camden for London Pride Weekend, celebrating their 5th year with parties across the globe.
✨ Trafalgar Square Stage
📍 Saturday July 1st 12pm-8pm at Trafalgar Square (Charring Cross). Free to attend.
Featuring performances from the West End Cast of SIX the Musical, Winners of Pride’s Got Talent 2023 and Adam Lambert.
✨ Ajamu: The Patron Saint of Darkrooms
📍 Running 11am to 6pm, until 2nd September at Autograph Gallery (Shoreditch). Free to attend.
A new exhibition unapologetically celebrating black queer bodies and pleasure as activism.
✨ Rebel Riot Poetry
📍 Held on the last Monday, every other month from 7:30-9pm. From £2.
An inclusive online poetry night with featured acts and an open mic.
Co-hosted by two disabled, queer poets, George Parker and Charlotte Lunn.
Visit the Pride in London website for the full rundown of events!