We Make Camden Proud
We Make Camden Proud
Pride in London has announced the postponement of the Parade and associated events that were due to take place on Saturday 27th June 2020, with a new date to be announced in due course. However, there is still plenty to do to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community across Camden and the UK. We've compiled some of the best events over Pride, online and offline, for you to enjoy. Watch this space for events, live streams, interviews and much more!
Global Pride 2020
Global Pride
Global Pride provides an opportunity for the LGBTI+ community around the world to come together and celebrate diversity and equality during these challenging times. It’s being led by a team of volunteers from every region of the world who are all committed to ensuring that everyone, everywhere, can take part in Pride this June.
Global Pride online starts Saturday 27th June at 6am UK time, and will run for 24hours as it passes the baton from region to region. Click here to find out more and take part.

Pride at Home
At Home Pride Guide
This year we’re celebrating Pride at home. Check out some of our ideas and activities to bring Pride into your living room!
Loudest Whispers 2020
2020 Loudest Whispers is the eleventh edition of the annual LGBT arts exhibition supporting the creative LGBT community in Camden. Starting in 2003 with 14 artists, the exhibition has grown over the years and will this year feature over 50 artists, as well as be held exclusively online.

'We are flying the flag with great pride and enthusiasm. Our artists have grown over the years with confidence and skill and we look forward to continuing this in the brave new decade we face.' Peter Herbert - Manager and curator of The Arts Project and Loudest Whispers

Image: 70s and 80s night club flyers by Tim Baros. Collage by Peter Herbert

Header Image: Reflecting You by Davide Jordani

Pride in London : Staying In
Pride in London: Staying In
Coming Out is Pride in London’s new year-round, go-to guide for queer events across London.

Showcasing events from every corner of the LGBT+ community, you’ll find a wide variety of community-run events here.

From protests to picnics, parties to poetry,. Coming Out is your complete guide to London’s queer scene.
Pink News: Pride for all
Pink News: Pride for All
PinkNews have launched their digital Pride extravaganza! Join them for four days of content featuring your favourite celebrities, influencers and politicians. From the 4th to the 7th of June, don’t miss out on the opportunity to chat to guests during live Q&As, sing along to unmissable concerts, and listen in on some great conversations.
Live at the camden chapel
Join Live at The Camden Chapel on their facebook page to celebrate PRIDE week with a sensational live stream line up!
Presented by TALENTBANQ in association with Camden Live & Sliced Events at The London Irish Centre.
Thursday 25th June 5pm - 8pm. Click here for more details!
Stories with the Dame
Stories with The Dame
Join the Dame in some exciting interactive storytelling exclusively for the month of Pride. Click here to see all the videos - two uploaded every week!

Tom Heath
For Pride, we interviewed Tom Heath, a Camden-based singer/songwriter who is releasing a double single called ‘Copenhagen//Lightning Bolt’ in June 2020. Singing songs of failed dates, not-so-failed dates, self-worth and growing into the people we’re meant to be, Tom is set to release five brand new songs in 2020.

Click here to read the interview!

british museum
The British Museum: Desire, Love and Identity
From the ancient past to the present day, explore LGBTQ histories through the theme of desire, love and identity. Access online stories, blog posts, a video and an audio trail that highlights 15 key objects from the collection
The British Library: LGBTQ Histories
From the 1950s to today, the British Library has charted the struggle for love, identity and legislative change LGBT communities have experienced in the UK. Click here to explore people’s experiences and stories.

Please note, this is not a finite resource and will grow over time to represent the spectrum of LGBTQ life and experience in the UK.