Pride in Liverpool 2022: Tell us what you thought!

Pride in Liverpool returned to the city this weekend for the first time since before the pandemic, painting the city rainbow as more than 12,000 people joined the annual “March with Pride” from St George’s Hall to the festival site at Pier Head.

The Barclays Main Stage provided a platform for headliners Boney M and a host of local talent from across the city region, including performances from​​ Trip Advisor’s Customers Choice No.1 LGBT venue in the UK, Linda Gold’s FunnyBoyz, scouse powerhouse vocalist and comedy hostess, Filla Crack, who performed with previous Vogue Ball winners, House of La Porta, as well as Young Homotopia and Many Hands, One Heart.

Donna Hall, Trustee for LCR Pride Foundation – the organisation responsible for delivering Pride in Liverpool  – said: “It has been an extremely challenging few years leading up to today, but to finally be able to come together to celebrate Pride in Liverpool was a fantastic feeling. With the prejudice and injustice that the LGBT+ community in the UK is currently facing, with constant attacks on our rights, it’s as important as ever that we are able to be visible and stand together as a community, with our allies, to celebrate our identities and continue to fight to ensure that the Liverpool City Region and the country as a whole is a safe, welcoming place for LGBT+ people.”

While it’s all still fresh in your mind, we want to hear your thoughts on Pride in Liverpool. What do you want more – or less – of? What would make Pride in Liverpool better for you? What can we do to better support our LGBT+ community? 

Take our survey here.

Image credit: David Newby

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LCR Pride Foundation is a registered charity in England & Wales, no 1185167. Registered Company 11754074.