Here’s Who You’ll See at Pride

UPDATE: 29 July 2023

Due to unforeseen issues, the Liverpool Live Radio Stage will not be at Pier Head. It will instead be hosted at the Health and Wellbeing Zone by Museum of Liverpool and Mann Island.

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Following feedback from the community, Pride in Liverpool has curated a programme of local and community based performers.

With Liverpool set to become A City Full of Pride, there is going to be so much to see, do and experience this weekend. From pop-up performances, to live music, to exercise classes, there will always be something new and exciting just around the corner. Pride in Liverpool is delivering a programme of local and community based talent, focussed on feedback from our community and what they want to see at Pride.

Pride House – Mann Island

In the afternoon, Young Homotopia, led by Associate Artist Ashleigh Owen, are bringing a Cabaret to Pride House, that will showcase the best of LGBTQIA youth in the city region, through cabaret, poetry and music.

St Johns Shopping Centre

The SingMe Choir will perform at St Johns Shopping Centre where  they will proudly deliver an afternoon of singing and performance. You won’t be able to miss them, just look out for the rainbow wigs!

Royal Albert Dock

The Royal Albert Dock will be delivering an exciting afternoon of music and dancing, including the grand return of the Submarine and Time to Shine podiums from Eurovision. Soraya will be performing the official anthem of KyivPride, ‘Colours of Love’, live from the Submarina. There will also be performances by Lady Sian, Shenice, Sonic Youtha’s own WMNKND, the award winning House of LaPorta and Scouse sensation, Filla Crack.

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Tickle the Ivories – Liverpool ONE

Tickle the Ivories is having a special Pride themed afternoon with performances from Steven Benson and Joey King and music from the Over the Water Choir.

Health and Wellbeing Zone

L’arche Liverpool choir will be kicking off the afternoon at the Health and Wellbeing Zone, followed by participatory Yoga with Moon, there will only be a limited number of mats available, so make sure you bring your own. Later in the afternoon Busk with Us will have an interactive performance where all the family can get involved with playing music with the band. The Liverpool Empire Youth Theatre cast of Legally Blonde will showcase monologues from the show alongside an exclusive ‘Queer Medley’. Local rising star and Britain’s Got Talent semi-finalist, Tia Connoly, will also be performing.

Liverpool Loves You

Liverpool Loves You will host an afternoon of fun for all of the family. Starting with DJ Jay Parties, featuring a Princess and Superhero party and plenty of balloons! Diversity Role Models and LEGO will host a playtime where children can learn about LGBT+ history through play. Teatro Pomodoro will be performing interactive Walkabout Theatre while Drag Queen, Dross, will be hosting a Drag Queen Story Time.

Andi Herring, CEO of LCR Pride Foundation said: “We can’t wait to see Liverpool Shout It Loud and become A City Full of Pride. This year’s Pride in Liverpool is extra special because we have pop-up events occurring all over the city, so attendees will never be too far from the action. Pride in Liverpool has listened to community feedback and we have dedicated ourselves to curating a programme focussed on community based and local performers.”

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