London Pride Parade route map, date, start time and schedule for the 50th anniversary march
Pop superstar Ava Max will close the show on the Trafalgar Square stage in a year that celebrates 50 years since London’s first-ever Pride march in 1972
, Eurovision-winning superstar Netta, and pop and soul icon Samantha Mumba.Subscribe to our daily newsletter! Sign Up Simon Perks, owner of Christmas Perks in Wyle Cop and member of Shrewsbury BID board, takes a look at the rainbow on Pride Hill.As part of Pride Month, honouring the LGBTQ+ community for all of June, people adorned their brightest colours and marched around the city streets together.Pride Parades Kick Off Across the U.
Here’s what you need to know.When is the London Pride parade 2022 London Pride is taking place on Saturday, 2 July.The national campaign celebrates the LBGTQ+ community, promoting equality and diversity across all walks of life.The London Pride parade will start at noon from Hyde Park Corner, while the grandstand in Haymarket will be open from 11am.A group of drag queens also joined in the march.Route map This year’s Pride marks 50 years since the first march (Photo: Pride in London) What to expect Following a special parade that traces the original route from 1972, the four stages in Trafalgar Square, Leicester Square, Golden Square and the Soho Stage on Dean Street will play host to more than 100 performers, including stars and famous faces from the LGBT+ community.“We were keen to celebrate Pride Month in the right way, and the idea of a bright, bold piece of artwork right in the heart of the town was perfect,” he said.Organisers have worked to give prominence to members of all genders, sexualities, and heritages, making space for all parts of London’s rich diversity.With New Urgency After Roe v.
Performers across the stages on Pride day include: Tony nominee Justin Vivian Bond, stars of Pride’s recent Proud & Loud concert at the Royal Albert Hall, Cat Burns and Ariōn, along with Drag Race Superstars The Vivienne, Lawrence Chaney, Tia Kofi and Victoria Scone, Dreya Mac, Siena Liggins, London Gay Big Band, Mila Jam, Bang Bang Romeo, Jack Hawitt, as well as Cedric Neal and Matt Willis from Kinky Boots the Musical in Concert at Drury Lane and the cast from & Juliet.“I absolutely commend such efforts to raise the visibility of the LGBTQ+ community in Shropshire and show support to the diversity of individuals who may describe themselves as being part of this community.Celebrate our present.The stage in Leicester Square is dedicated to female-identifying, non-binary, and trans artists, hosting a line-up including July Jones, Eddy Luna, Prya, Krystal Lake, Poppy Ajudha, Pre Wavy, Girli, Drag Syndrome & Justin Bond, Eloise Viola, drag king Christian Adore, Jen Ives and El Conchitas.Throughout the day the stages will be hosted by a cast of entertainers, including Adele Roberts, Charlie Powell, Will Njobvu, Kate Holderness, Pride’s Got Talent’s own Michael Twaits, Asifa Lahore, Boo, Louis Cypher, with many more names still to be announced.” Alan Mosley, leader of Shrewsbury Town Council, said: “Shrewsbury Town Council warmly recognises the diversity and inclusion within our community and it is fitting to mark the 50th anniversary of the Pride movement in this way.Topics.
Putting the 'Pride' in Shrewsbury's Pride Hill with celebration artworkShrewsbury town centre is showing its support for Pride Month with a rainbow appearing on the appropriately-named Pride Hill.
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