It’s here! The Official Belfast Pride Guide 2018. It’s packed with events across the full ten days of the festival so it’s time to get planning to come out to as many of these great events as possible as we build towards Pride Day. Come Out for Change – we want to see the biggest…
‘Come Out for Change’ is the theme for Belfast Pride this year. Belfast Pride was founded in 1991 in a spirit of activism by pioneers who defied attitudes that said we couldn’t have a Pride in Belfast and that we should know our place. 100 brave people marched in Belfast Pride in 1991 to show…
Get your Events listings in now for the Official Belfast Pride Guide – it’s the only complete source for Belfast Pride listings and the only publication that supports the festival. You can promote your event for Belfast Pride to the biggest LGBT audience in Belfast. If you need advice on holding an event or if…
The award winning 10 Plagues is running at the Lyric Theatre on Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th July as part of Belfast Pride. It's a stunning piece of music and theatre tracing one man's journey through a city in crisis. Box Office: 90381081 / https://t.co/dDCVeF1zoC #bproud2018 https://t.co/DDuAfHnbmX
Kicking off our @belfastpride week events we have @courtneyact and her live show 'Under The Covers' in @mandelahall @QUBSU on Wed 1st Aug! Last remaining tix on sale NOW from https://t.co/i9QAXSAePh! #UnderTheCovers #CourtneyAct #MandelaHall #BelfastPride #ComeOutForChange https://t.co/Rvq007FDEd
The one and only Official Belfast Pride Guide is out now and is packed with events across the ten days of Belfast Pride, running from Friday 27th July to Sunday 5th August with Pride Day on Saturday 4th with the parade at 1.00pm. #ComeOutforChange #bproud2018 https://t.co/K7We7io3Qp
Nominations for Belfast Pride Awards 2018
Nominations now open for the Belfast Pride Awards!
The Launch of Belfast Pride and the Belfast Pride Awards will take place on Friday 27th July in Belfast City Hall. The Belfast Pride Awards aim to promote the work of LGBT+ community groups, services and supporters and as such, is a free event and not for profit. The Awards highlight contributions to the LGBT+ community across a range of areas including community support groups, unions, venues, entertainment and business.
It's all down to you - you get to choose the nomination list and then the awards are decided by 100% public vote. To make your nominations and to see the categories go to:
Nominations close at 12.00 on Sunday 22nd July and voting opens on Monday 23rd July at 9:00.
Information on tickets to Launch of Belfast Pride and the Belfast Pride Awards will be released shortly.