We are very excited to be presenting the thirteenth Norwich Pride this year, which will take place on (with the weeks leading up to) Saturday 31st July. We will be mixing our online content with new ways to reach out to the Norwich and Norfolk LGBT+ community, our friends, families and allies in ways that will keep everyone engaged and safe.
This year we are presenting three strands of Pride activity, and, for the first time, our new Norwich Pride Inspired strand which is where you (or a community group or business) could hold your own event, inspired by and officially endorsed by us!
Check out thw What’s On listings below.
Check out this year’s fabulous Pride Guide (above) – you’re best to view it online (you can make it full screen and zoom in), or you can download it here.
Norwich Pride Presents
Check out our Pride Day in the What’s On listings below.
Norwich Pride At Home
Well, not just at home! These are activities and events for you to enjoy at home, at work, at school or within your community group. Read more
Norwich Pride Inspired – apply with your event to be part of it!
These are events organised by the community all in the spirit of Norwich Pride; from venues, clubs, organisations and individuals. Read more
Check out the Norwich Pride Inspired listings for events all over the city throughout July here.
The Natasha Curson Memorial Trans Talk
Q and A with Juno Dawson: Educate with Pride
Wednesday 28th July at 7pm (online)
Juno is a bestselling novelist, screenwriter, journalist and columnist for Attitude Magazine. Her writing has appeared in Dazed and The Guardian and she has appeared on BBC Women’s Hour, Front Row and Newsnight.
Juno’s books include the bestsellers THIS BOOK IS GAY, WHAT’S THE T? and CLEAN. Juno grew up in West Yorkshire, writing imaginary episodes of Dr Who. Juno became a School Role Model for Stonewall in 2014.
Book your free ticket in advance: email us.
Pride Day: Saturday 31st July
Welcome and intro to the day
An introduction to the day from the team and Joe Ballard, Chair of Norwich Pride.
The Big Warm Up
with Yendell’s Health and Wellness Hub
A Pride favourite way to start the day, to get your blood pumping with a fun Zumba dance routine. Leg warmers optional!
The session will be led by Yendell’s Health and Wellness Hub.
Rainbow Baking and Cake Decorating Demonstration
We love a bit of cake, whether it’s full of butter, sugar, and cream or wheat-free, gluten-free or vegan, as long as it looks like a rainbow! This cookery demonstration will guide you through the steps necessary to bake your own creation with a special guest baker! Check out the Norwich Pride at Home page of our website for the recipe here.
Fancy something a bit fruity? Short or tall? This cocktail making class will tickle all your fancies, from a menagerie of spirits to a non-alcoholic Mocktail, leaving you both shaken and stirred. Check out the Norwich Pride at Home page for a list of ingredients so you’re ready in advance here.
12noon – 1pm
Pride Question Time
We have fantastic guests once again this year. Peter Tatchell, Asifa Lahore, Lisa McIntyre and Josh Rivers are this year’s panel in our annual Pride Question Time event.
Virtual Pride March
Our March is an integral part of the day – it shows solidary, strength in numbers and community and you can be part of it! Open to individuals, families, neighbours, businesses, groups, schools, and pets.
You could take part in it! Send us your video or photo to appear in our special film! Read more
Pride Show Live!
It’s the time to bring the party to Pride! Join us all afternoon for song, laughs, charm, glitter, and incredibly sour puns. Pride Show Live! will once again be hosted by official Pride Diva and the region’s supreme queen of the stage and shower-screen, Titania Trust, who will be nonsensically joined by Dame Vesta Bules.
Keep in touch with us on the socials @norwichpride.
This year’s show will look, sound, and feel quite different, as we’ll be streaming LIVE from our pop up studio. Read more