London will play host to the UK’s biggest pride tomorrow. Here’s everything you need to know.
London is gearing up to play host to the UK’s biggest pride on the 25th June – we’ve got all the info you need to make sure your pride is a safe and happy one.
What time does Pride in London start?
The Pride in London parade starts at 1pm on Upper Regent Street. It will pass down Regent Street, through Oxford Circus, Piccadilly Circus, Pall Mall and will finish in Whitehall.
Check out our interactive map below to see where the parade route will go.
Where is all the main entertainment happening?
After the parade, Trafalgar Square will be holding the bulk of the entertainment for Pride In London, with the main stage being located there. Alesha Dixon and Jake Quickenden are the confirmed headline acts for London’s pride, but there’s a whole host of acts confirmed for the main stage.
Entertainment will be taking place in Trafalgar Square from 12.00PM until 8PM and includes acts such as Kinky Boots the musical, Heather Pearce, La Voix, Seann Miley Moore and Beyoncé Experience.
How much does Pride in London cost?
Access to Trafalgar Square is completely free, but you should turn up earlier in order to gain access as it gets very busy. Pride organisers are suggesting a £3 donation on entering the square to help keep Pride free for all.
Other things doing on in London for pride
Don’t forget there are other options for you including the entertainment happening in Soho at the Women’s Stage, Cabaret Stage, After Hours, Golden Square, Archer Street, and Soho Square Community Village.