Looking for ways to celebrate Pride Month? Check out this list of events happening this month celebrating the LGBTQ+ community.
Friday, June 18th:
From 6 pm to 8 pm, view the #YouMeUsWe art exhibition at The Halley on its opening night to gain a better understanding of the meaning behind love, inclusivity, and much more.
Face paint, bubbles, and glitter will be available for those who attend the picnic at Green Park hosted by the local LGBTQ+ community. Be sure to bring sunscreen, hats, and any other products to protect yourself from the sun!
At Hyde Park, there will be a picnic hosted by Cypriot Diaspora to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community, starting at 1 pm.
Hurry! There are only 25 free tickets available for this event!
Wednesday, June 23rd:
At the Badiani Gelato Notting Hill from 6 pm to 8 pm, celebrate pride with a beautiful art exhibition representing the LGBTQ+ community. The event will include a performance from violinist Raffaele Pagano and cellist Jennifer Casi Suarez.
Friday, June 25th:
QS’ is celebrating Pride Month this year with its first-ever social! They are partnering with Schools OUT charity and Dr. Sue Sanders, the founder of LGBT History Month UK, who will be speaking during the event. Enjoy drinks and learn about how to support your local LGBT+ community!
Saturday, June 26th:
This fun event will include over 15 performances from various musicians, drag artists, and much more, starting at 6 pm until midnight. A charity raffle with an abundance of prizes will occur that will help raise funds for the LGBTQ+ community. You don’t want to miss out!
Are you looking for your soulmate? You may find them at the London Lesbian Picnic Dating event! Hosted at Battersea Park, you will engage in a speed dating activity with hosts to help you. All picnic blankets will follow the social distancing guidelines for COVID-19.
Sunday, June 27th:
The Pink Singers, an LGBT+ choir, will be performing at 245 Hammersmith Road in an outdoor festival. This is a great family event to attend to bring Pride Month to a close.
As always, wear masks and continue to social distance if you decide to attend any of these events. Some of these events will be live-streamed if you don’t feel comfortable attending in person. Stay safe, have fun and happy Pride Month!