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pride 2023

Where to Celebrate Pride 2023 in the UK

It’s Pride 2023! The UK is gearing up for another year of Pride celebrations, with events taking place across the country. From the iconic Pride in London march to smaller, more community-focused events, there is something for everyone to enjoy.

Pride is a time to celebrate LGBTQIA+ culture and history and to come together as a community. It is also a time to raise awareness of the challenges that LGBTQIA+ people still face and to continue to fight for equality. We are so incredibly excited for pride this year, and it feels like we need it this year more than ever. But with over 130 events this year, it’s a bit of a struggle to know which one to go to. We’ve put together a short list of Pride events we wanted to spotlight, as well as the complete list of events. Scroll to the bottom of the page for the full list.

Brighton Pride


Brighton Pride is one of the largest Pride events in the UK, and it takes place from August 2 to 7, 2023. The main event is a two-day festival in Preston Park, with music, dancing, and entertainment from a variety of performers, including international stars like Black Eyed Peas and Steps. There is also a parade and a village party, making it a full weekend of celebration for the LGBTQIA+ community.

Manchester Pride


Manchester Pride is a major LGBTQIA+ event that takes place over the August Bank Holiday weekend. It has been running since 1985, and it is one of the longest-running Pride events in the UK.

The event features a variety of activities, including a parade, a festival, and a candlelit vigil. The parade is a colourful and festive procession that winds its way through the streets of Manchester. The festival is a two-day event that takes place in the Gay Village, and it features live music, dancing, and food and drink. The candlelit vigil is a sombre event that commemorates those who have lost their lives to HIV/AIDS.

Manchester Pride is a celebration of LGBTQIA+ culture and history, and it is a chance for the community to come together and show their pride. It is one of the best Pride events in the UK, and it is a great opportunity to learn more about the LGBTQIA+ community and to show your support.

Pride in London


London City Hall has confirmed that it will provide financial support for Pride in London for the next five years. This is great news for the LGBTQIA+ community in London, as it ensures that Pride will continue to be a major event in the city for years to come.

Pride in London is a celebration of LGBTQIA+ culture and history, and it is a chance for the community to come together and show their pride. The event has grown in size and popularity over the years, and it is now one of the biggest Pride events in the world.

In 2023, Pride in London will take place on July 1st. The parade will start at Hyde Park Corner and end at Whitehall Place. Over 500 groups and 30,000 participants are expected to take part in the parade. The parade is a colorful and festive procession that winds its way through the streets of London. It is a sight like no other, and it is a great opportunity to celebrate LGBTQIA+ culture and history.

Homotopia


Liverpool is a city with a long and proud history of LGBTQIA+ activism and creativity. In November, the city comes alive with the Homotopia Festival, a celebration of LGBTQIA+ arts and culture.

Homotopia is the longest-running LGBTQIA+ arts festival in the UK, and it features a wide range of events, including dance, theater, visual arts, workshops, discussions, and family-friendly events. The festival is a showcase for the work of LGBTQIA+ artists from across the UK, and it is a chance for the community to come together and celebrate their culture.

In 2023, Homotopia will take place from November 10-20. The festival will feature a variety of events, including:

  • A parade through the city center
  • A two-day festival in Camp and Furnace
  • A number of theater productions
  • A variety of visual art exhibitions
  • A number of workshops and discussions
  • A number of family-friendly events

Homotopia is a great opportunity to learn more about LGBTQIA+ culture and history, and to celebrate the diversity of the LGBTQIA+ community. It is also a great opportunity to see some amazing performances and exhibitions.

Birmingham Pride


The main stage at Birmingham Pride is set to be bigger and better than ever in 2023, with the addition of a runway. This will create a space for drag queens and kings to strut their stuff, and for cabaret performers to put on a show.

The dance arena will also be returning, with a lineup of DJs and live music. And the cabaret stage will feature a variety of performers, from singers and dancers to comedians and magicians.

The Future Stage is a new addition to Birmingham Pride, and it will be dedicated to showcasing local talent. There will be a variety of live bands and musicians performing, as well as spoken word artists and poets.

Here are some of the performers that are set to appear at Birmingham Pride 2023:

  • Drag Race UK stars Blu Hydrangea and Lawrence Chaney
  • Cabaret performer Dame Edna Everage
  • Singer and songwriter Todrick Hall
  • Band Years & Years
  • Comedian Gina Yashere

Black Pride


Black Pride is returning to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on August 20, 2023. The event is a celebration of LGBTQIA+ culture and history for people of Asian, African, Middle Eastern, Latin American, and Caribbean heritage.

Black Pride has been running for 18 years, and it is the largest celebration of its kind in the UK. In 2022, the event saw over 25,000 people take part.

Pride Cymru


Pride Cymru is returning to Cardiff on June 17-18, 2023. The event is a celebration of LGBTQIA+ culture and history in Wales.

Pride Cymru is a volunteer-led charity, and it is committed to making the event as inclusive as possible. The event is family-friendly, and it features a variety of activities, including:

  • A parade through the streets of Cardiff
  • A festival in Cardiff Castle
  • Three stages of music
  • Stalls selling food and drink
  • Dance and performance

This year’s headliners include Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Youngr, Claire Richards, and the Dolly Parton Experience.

Bi Pride


Bi Pride UK is a celebration of bisexuality and a protest against bi-erasure. The event will take place on Saturday, September 2, 2023, at The People’s Palace, Mile End, London.

The event will be a mix of educational and celebratory activities, including:

  • Q&As with inspirational speakers
  • Live music acts
  • Food and drink
  • Workshops and activities

Bi Pride UK is a chance for the bisexual community to come together and celebrate their identities. It is also a chance to raise awareness of bisexuality and to educate others about the bisexual community.

The event will be both a live in-person event and streamed online.

Trans+ Pride


Trans+ Pride UK is a celebration of trans and non-binary people. The event will take place on Saturday, July 8, 2023, in Trafalgar Square, London.

This year, the event is particularly important as it comes at a time when trans and non-binary people are facing increasing challenges. In recent years, there has been a rise in anti-trans rhetoric and violence, and trans rights are under attack in many countries around the world.

Trans+ Pride UK is a chance for the trans and non-binary community to come together and show their strength and resilience. It is also a chance to raise awareness of the challenges that trans and non-binary people face, and to demand better treatment and respect.

The event is free to attend.

All Events

DateEvent
2 – 4 June 2023Mayo Pride 2023
3 June 2023Arran Pride 2023
3 June 2023Oxford Pride 2023
3 – 4 June 2023People’s Pride 2023 / Southampton
3 June 2023Uxbridge Pride 2023
3 June 2023Saltash Pride 2023
3 June 2023York Pride 2023
4 June 2023Inishowen Pride 2023 / Donegal
4 June 2023Waterford Pride 2023 / Pride Of The Deise
10 June 2023Blackpool Pride 2023
10 June 2023Bracknell Forest Pride 2023
10 – 11 June 2023Canterbury Pride 2023
10 June 2023Corby Pride 2023
10 – 11 June 2023Dundee Pride 2023
10 June 2023Enfield Pride 2023
10 June 2023Hereford Pride 2023
10 June 2023Peterhead Pride 2023
10 June 2023Portsmouth Pride 2023
10 June 2023St Ives & Hayle Pride 2023
10 June 2023Weymouth Pride 2023
10 June 2023Wolverhampton Pride 2023
17 June 2023Bodmin Pride 2023
17 June 2023Cambridge Pride 2023
17 – 18 June 2023Cardiff / Pride Cymru 2023
17 June 2023Chippenham Pride
17 June 2023Exmouth Pride 2023
17 June 2023Hay Pride 2023
17 June 2023Kirklees / Huddersfield Pride 2023
17 June 2023Lancaster Pride 2023
17 June 2023Omagh Pride 2023
17 June 2023Salford Pride 2023 / Pink Picnic
17 June 2023Silloth Pride 2023
18 June 2023Cirencester Pride 2023
22 – 23 June 2023Lichfield Pride 2023
23 – 25 June 2023Forest Gayte Pride 2023 / East London
24 June 2023Caerffili (Caerphilly) Pride 2023
24 June 2023Dublin Pride 2023
24 June 2023Edinburgh Pride 2023
24 June 2023Ellesmere Port Pride 2023
24 June 2023Essex Pride 2023
24 June 2023Fraserburgh Pride 2023
24 June 2023Luton Pride 2023
24 June 2023Peterborough Pride 2023
24 June 2023Rochdale Pride 2023
24 June 2023Stoke On Trent Pride 2023
26 June 2023Abergavenny Pride 2023
28 June 2023Sheffield Pride 2023
1 July 2023Bridlington Pride 2023
1 July 2023Bude Pride 2023
1 July 2023Clacton Pride 2023
1 July 2023Fife Pride 2023 / Kirkcaldy
1 July 2023Ilkley Pride 2023
1 July 2023London Pride 2023
1 July 2023Shetland Pride 2023
1 July 2023Tavistock Pride 2023
1 – 2 July 2023Weston-Super-Mare Pride 2023
2 July 2023Batley Pride 2023
2 July 2023Carlow Pride 2023
2 July 2023Newbury Pride 2023
6 – 9 July 2023Brighton Bear Weekend 2023
7 – 8 July 2023Bournemouth Pride 2023 / Bourne Free
7 – 8 July 2023Worthing Pride 2023
8 July 2023Bradford Pride 2023
8 July 2023Bristol Pride 2023
8 July 2023Crewe Pride 2023 / Pride In The Park
8 July 2023Hebridean Pride 2023 / Stornaway
8 July 2023Limerick Pride 2023
8 July 2023Northampton Pride 2023
8 July 2023Penzance Pride 2023
8 – 9 July 2023Portobello (Porty) Pride 2023
8 – 10 July 2023Sparkle Weekend 2023 / Manchester
8 July 2023Sunderland Pride 2023
8 July 2023Trans Pride London 2023
8 July 2023Wokingham Pride 2023
8 July 2023Worksop Pride 2023
9 July 2023Skipton Pride 2023
15 July 2023Barnsley Pride 2023
15 July 2023Brighton Trans Pride 2023
15 July 2023Croydon Pride 2023
15 July 2023Deal Pride 2023
15 July 2023Dundalk Pride 2023
15 July 2023Glasgow Pride 2023
15 July 2023Huntly Pride 2023
15 July 2023Isle Of Wight Pride 2023
15 July 2023Kerry Pride 2023
15 July 2023Llanelli Pride 2023
15 July 2023Macclesfield Pride 2023
15 July 2023Mardi Gla / Glasgow Pride 2023
15 July 2023Nantwich Pride 2023
15 July 2023Pembrokeshire Pride 2023
15 July 2023Redruth Pride 2023
15 July 2023Southend-On-Sea Pride 2023
15 July 2023Suffolk Pride 2023
15 July 2023Tameside Pride 2023
15 July 2023Tamworth Pride 2023
15 July 2023Worcestershire Pride 2023
16 July 2023Cinderford Pride 2023
21 – 23 July 2023Kendal Pride 2023
21 – 23 July 2023Oldham Pride 2023
22 July 2023Congleton Pride 2023
22 July 2023Drogheda Pride 2023
22 July 2023Highland Pride 2023 / Inverness
22 July 2023Newquay Pride 2023
22 – 23 July 2023Northern Pride 2023 / Newcastle
22 July 2023Pride on Sea 2023 (Burnham-on-sea & Highbridge)
22 July 2023Taunton Pride 2023
23 July 2023Chesterfield Pride 2023
28 – 30 July 2023Bolton Pride 2023
29 July 2023Belfast Pride 2023
29 July 2023Eastbourne Pride 2023
29 July 2023Folkestone Pride 2023
29 July 2023Llandovery Pride 2023
29 July 2023Malvern Pride 2023
29 July 2023Norwich Pride 2023
29 July 2023Romford Pride 2023
30 July 2023Hebden Bridge 2023 / Happy Valley Pride
29 July 2023Hull Pride 2023
29 July 2023Nottinghamshire Pride 2023
29 July 2023Waltham Forest Pride 2023
29 July 2023West Lothian Pride 2023 / Livingston
30 July 2023Liverpool Pride 2023
30 July 2023Stockport Pride 2023
5 August 2023Belper Pride 2023
5 – 6 August 2023Brighton Pride 2023
5 August 2023Plymouth Pride 2023
5 August 2023Tonbridge Pride 2023
6 August 2023Cork Pride 2023
6 August 2023Ely Pride 2023
6 August 2023Leeds Pride 2023
6 August 2023Tewkesbury Pride 2023
12 August 2023Barry Pride / Vale Of Glamorgan 2023
12 August 2023Colchester Pride 2023
12 August 2023Doncaster Pride 2023
12 August 2023Galway Pride 2023
12 August 2023Margate Pride 2023
12 August 2023Swindon & Wiltshire Pride 2023
12 August 2023Wigan Pride 2023
13 August 2023Wakefield Pride 2023
19 August 2023Calderdale Pride 2023 / Halifax
19 August 2023Chester Pride 2023
19 August 2023Crawley Pride 2023
19 August 2023Hertfordshire Pride 2023
19 August 2023High Wycombe Pride 2023
19 August 2023King’s Lynn & West Norfolk Pride 2023
19 August 2023Lincoln Pride 2023
19 August 2023Medway Pride 2023
19 August 2023New Forest Pride 2023
19 August 2023Warwickshire Pride 2023
25 – 28 August 2023Manchester Pride 2023
25 August 2023Perthshire Pride 2023
26 August 2023Dover Pride 2023
26 August 2023Southampton Pride 2023
26 August 2023Truro Pride 2023
26 August 2023Walsall Pride 2023
26 August 2023Youghal Pride 2023
27 August 2023Hastings Pride 2023
27 August 2023Scunthorpe Pride 2023
27 August 2023Sesku Pride 2023 (South Elmsall, South Kirby, Upton)
2 September 2023Basildon Pride 2023
2 September 2023Brecon Pride 2023
2 September 2023Chase Pride 2023
2 September 2023Didsbury Pride 2023/ South Manchester
2 September 2023Herne Bay Pride 2023
2 September 2023Leicester Pride 2023
2 September 2023Moray Pride 2023
2 September 2023Newport Pride 2023
2 September 2023Oban Pride 2023
2 September 2023Reading Pride 2023
2 September 2023Swale Pride 2023
2 September 2023Torbay Pride 2023
2 September 2023Totnes Pride 2023
2 September 2023Yeovil Pride 2023
9 September 2023Derby Pride 2023
9 September 2023Eastleigh Pride 2023
9 September 2023Gloucester Pride 2023
9 September 2023Milton Keynes Pride 2023
9 September 2023Surrey Pride 2023
16 September 2023Rhondda / RCT Pride 2023
16 – 17 September 2023Channel Islands Pride 2023 / Jersey
17 September 2023Teignmouth Pride 2023
23 September 2023Wolds Pride 2023 / Pocklington
23 September 2023Cumbria Pride 2023 / Carlisle
30 September 2023Scarborough Pride 2023