The London Pride Parade will take place on Saturday 27th June 2015 from 1pm in Central London.
Registration for groups to take part in the Parade is NOW OPEN at http://prideinlondon.org/2015parade/
What is the Parade?
The Parade is a procession of walking groups and floats which together march through streets in the heart of London to celebrate the LGBT+ community. It is one of the largest LGBT+ Parades in the UK and your chance to show lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people from all over the UK, Europe and further afield the very best that London has to offer. The aim of the Parade is to have fun, campaign and ultimately showcase the LGBT+ community in London, the UK and overseas.
When is the Parade and what time does it start?
The Parade takes place on Saturday 27th June 2015, commencing at 13:00.
What is the Parade’s route?
The Parade departs from Baker Street and the procession then follows this route:
1) Straight down Orchard Street
2) Turns left into Oxford Street and continues to Oxford Circus
3) Turns right into Regent Street and continues to Piccadilly Circus
4) Passing Eros, it then carries on down Lower Regent Street
5) Turns left into Pall Mall and continues round to Cockspur Street, passing the south side of Trafalgar Square
7) Round the roundabout into Whitehall.
The route is approximately just over two miles long. The route does not follow the normal traffic layout as the streets have been closed for Pride in London.
Where and when does the Parade finish?
The Parade finishes at Whitehall at approximately 16:30.
What is the theme for the Parade?
The theme for this year’s Parade is ’#PrideHeroes’. This can interpreted in any form that you like but we encourage you to to dress and decorate your float appropriately to represent your chosen hero. http://prideinlondon.org/heroes/