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Top Things To Do In London During Gay Pride

Posted: 26 June 2017

Over recent years, Gay Pride London has exploded in popularity to become one of the capital’s most beloved and enjoyable annual events. People flock from all over the world to both take part in and show their support for the extravaganza, which has become a real part of the city’s culture. Gay events in London have become the envy of the world and we couldn’t be prouder to support them! 

Once again, this year’s festivals will be packed with incredible entertainment and special events, taking place throughout June and July. So if you fancy getting caught up in the action this year, be sure to check out at least one of the following highlights: 

London Gay Men's Chorus at the Science Museum 

Hit the high notes at an evening of songs and sing along with Britain’s biggest boy-band, London Gay Men’s Chorus. Boasting over 200 members, the LGMC is the largest gay choir in Europe, regularly playing to sell-out crowds. Hosted by cabaret sensation and Pride in London drag royalty Michael Twaits, along with more performers from across the LGBT+ community. The event is set to take place on Wednesday June 28.

Queer British Art

Take the opportunity to take in the first ever exhibition to be dedicated to gay British art at the Tate Gallery. From June 24 until October 1, a variety of works from 1861 to 1967 will be displayed – each relating to lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer identities.

Cooking Classes Sparkling Wine Tasting Event 

As for us, we’re getting involved by organising a Sparkling Wine & Food Pairing Event on Thursday 10th August hosted with the Gay Women’s Network. We’re also proud to offer a wide variety of cooking classes in London and hope to make our mark on the festival this year with something a little special! 

Saucy Soho Tours 


Don’t miss out on the chance to be taken on an ‘alternative’ tour of London’s Soho district, learning all about some of the most infamous and colourful individuals to have called these streets and alleys home over the years. Once thought of as the seediest district in London, tales of its past might come as quite the surprise to say the least! 

Pride at the Palace 


Last but not least, head over to Hampton Court Palace between June 30 and July 2 for a series of ‘alternative’ out-of-hours tours, which include all manner of tales from the queer history of British politics and power. Suffice to say, a few guaranteed surprises that might just alter the way you look at the country you thought you knew!

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