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Many events have been postponed or cancelled, and attractions, restaurants, pubs, theatres and other venues have temporarily closed. Check each venue directly for further details
Every June, Pride is celebrated across the world – and London is no exception. Despite Coronavirus and the restrictions in place, a number of virtual initiatives will run this month to mark the event.
Amnesty International has announced PRDE INSIDE, its collaboration with UK Black Pride, Stonewall and ParaPride to bring Pride celebrations online for 2020. It all kicks off on June 28 until July 5, and the line-up is promised soon. Read more
Pride in London – who run London’s annual Pride Parade, have launched a new all-year-round listings platform Coming Out. Check it out for a series of digital events through Pride month and beyond – from West End shows to Cabaret, Podcasts and much more.
West End Theatre at home: Check out WestEndTheatre.com’s handy guide to watching West End shows from the comfort of your own sofa. Read more
SADLY CANCELLED DUE TO CORONAVIRUS
6 June 2020
FESTIVAL: Mighty Hoopla 2020
London’s queer – and hugely joyous and inclusive – pop extravaganza is back promising more big names and big fun in South London. Previous performers have included All Saints, Chaka Khan, Kate Nash, Bananarama and Liberty X.
Venue: Brockwell Park, London SE24 9BJ (Info)
27 June 2020
FESTIVAL: Pride in London – Parade
The parade kicks off in Central London at 12pm on 27 June, followed by a big LGBTQ+ celebration in Trafalgar Square and around the West End.
Venue: Central London, various (Info)