This year Stonewall is going to 33 Prides around Britain. We want to mobilise LGBT people and allies from every community to play their part in the fight for equality.
We will visit a number of towns celebrating Pride for the first time, we’ll host five youth pride events, and we’ll significantly increase our support for UK Black Pride. Following concerns we raised last year about their support for UK Black Pride, we will not be attending Pride in London in 2018. We look forward to attending in future years.
- Trans Pride Scotland (Edinburgh) 31 March 2018
- Swansea Pride 5 May 2018
- Grampian Pride 26 May 2018
- Birmingham Pride 26 May 2018
- Blackpool Pride 9 June 2018
- York Pride 9 June 2018
- Pride Edinburgh 16 June 2018
- Midsomer Norton Pride 16 June 2018
- Sparkle Manchester 7 July 2018
- Worksop Pride 7 July 2018
- Fife Pride (Kirkcaldy) 7 July 2018
- UK Black Pride 8 July 2018
- Croydon Pride 14 July 2018
- Pride Glasgow 14 July 2018
- Bristol Pride 14 July 2018
- Isle of Wight Pride 21 July 2018
- Newcastle-upon-Tyne 21 July 2018
- Trans Pride Brighton 21 July 2018
- Norwich Pride 28 July 2018
- West Lothian Pride 28 July 2018
- Sheffield Pride 28 July 2018
- Nottingham Pride 29 July 2018
- Brighton Pride 4 August 2018
- Ely and Cambridge Pride 11 August 2018
- Chester Pride 11 August 2018
- Folkestone Pride 18 August 2018
- Cardiff Pride 25 August 2018
- Manchester Pride 25 August 2018
- Totnes Pride 01 September 2018
- Sunderland 24 September 2018
- Lincoln Pride 29 September 2018
- Wolverhampton 30 September 2018
- Trans Pride South West 24 October 2018
To see a complete list of Prides across the UK, check out the UK Pride Organisers Network.
Find out more about Stonewall Youth Pride events
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Pride is a time for everyone to celebrate who they are, but while lesbian, gay, bi and trans rights may have progressed a lot, there's still a long way to go before everyone in the LGBT community feels accepted without exception. You can get involved in a variety of ways by taking the actions below.
Why go to Pride?
'LGBT in Britain - Hate Crime & Discrimination' is the latest research from Stonewall, drawing from over 5000 respondents across Britain and showing that our work is far from finished.
LGBT people have experienced a hate crime or incident in the last 12 months
Trans people have experienced a hate crime or incident in the last 12 months
Anti-LGBT hate crimes and incidents go unreported with younger LGBT people reluctant to go to the police
LGBT people looking to rent or buy a home in the last 12 months were discriminated against