Just because we’re nearing the end of Pride Month in London, it does not mean the party is over! There’s plenty of fun still to be had, with the biggest party of all to top it all off. There’s something to do for everyone and anyone.
Wake up with Pride at Park Plaza London Riverbank
Our very own Park Plaza London Riverbank is offering up to 35% off* your overnight stay in honour of Pride Month, with 10% of all proceeds going to an LGBTQI+ charity. The offer is ongoing until September, so you can spend your whole summer waking up with Pride! Included in the offer is complimentary rainbow cupcakes on arrival, with a bottle of Prosecco to ease you into your staycation. Find out all about the fabulous offer here!
Chino Latino’s Drag Bingo Sushi Brunch (25th June)
Chino Latino London are once again hosting bottomless sushi brunches, but this time, with a Pride twist! Drag Queen, Miss Demeanour, and friends Lola Volkova and DeDe Licious will be hosting the brunch with rainbow cocktails and a game of bingo. Choose from three different set menus and enjoy bottomless rainbow sushi included! The winner of the bingo will receive a voucher for a meal for two at Chino Latino London! Book now to secure your space.
Science Museum: Pride Lates (29th June)
Science Museum Lates takes place on the last Wednesday of every month, and this month they will be hosting an evening celebrating Pride. The event begins at 6:30pm, open for over-18s only but free for all. VIP tickets are available for £10, and includes priority entry, a welcome drink and 15% off in the museum store. The evening includes compelling talks, tours and workshops, plus a Pride-themed pub quiz and a silent disco! There are also tickets available to see the newly released documentary ‘George Michael Freedom Uncut’ in the museum’s IMAX theatre, with a special live performance from comedian, actor and drag artist, Jonny Woo.
Desire, Love, Identity: Exploring LGBTQ Histories at the British Museum
If you’re a lover of history, the British Museum’s object trail named ‘Desire, Love, Identity: Exploring LBGTQ Histories’ may just make the perfect day out! There’s a choice of two different length trails: the three-object trail, perfect for those with limited time taking just 30 minutes, and the fifteen-object trail, taking an hour to 75 minutes for more of a deep dive into the historic artefacts. To further indulge, you can download an audio commentary on each object to listen to as you wonder through the museum, available on Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Spotify.
The London Pride Parade (2nd July)
A big milestone for Pride in London this year, as it celebrates its 50th anniversary! After two years off, the parade it set to return with an extra-special celebration as it retraces the route of the inaugural 1972 parade. You can witness the floats and marchers on their route from Hyde Park Corner, through Piccadilly Circus and Trafalgar Square, ending at Whitehall. You can finish off your day by heading into Soho, where you can eat, drink, and enjoy the party!