Nominations open for the Belfast Pride Awards 2017

Nominations are now open for the Belfast Pride Awards 2017! The Belfast Pride Awards is the only charity LGBTQ awards ceremony in Belfast and a showcase for community groups, services and supporters. The event aims to recognise contributions to the LGBTQ community from across a range of sectors including community support groups, entertainment and business.…

2016 Festival Guide – Out Now!

The Official Belfast Pride Guide for 2016 is now available! You can find it in many locations across Belfast – from coffee shops to bars, tourist information points to shopping centres. We have also made it available online, click here to view on ISSUU If you are having difficulties viewing online, click here to download a…

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Join Pride Arts.

Belfast Pride aims to showcase the best of Belfast’s LGBTQ community and help create a platform for LGBT people and the rest of the citizens of Belfast to interact and unite. In 2015 we want to build on the success of the Arts events that we are featured in our previous festivals by adding new…

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Belfast Pride brings colour to damp city

Despite torrential rain, tens of thousands of people marched through the streets of Belfast in the culmination of Belfast Pride 2014 – the parade was opened by the Mayor of Belfast, Councillor Nichola Mallon who was greeted enthusiastically by the crowds and the Mayor was much in demand for numerous pictures along the route with…

Action for Equality – Tonight, Tuesday.

Would you like to get more involved in working towards Equality? Would you like to hear from people who work and campaign for Equality in different areas including Youth, Education and Activism? ‘Action for Equality’ will be a series of relaxed, informal workshops where you find out more. And you can quality LGBT friendly tea,…

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Comedy Night welcomes special guest

After the success of last year’s Belfast Pride Comedy Night we thought we could take it up a notch this year. We’re just a little bit excited to invite you to join Mistress of Ceremonies, local comedian Gemma Hutton, even more local talent and a very special guest.

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Lord Mayor Nichola Mallon

Lord Mayor welcomes Belfast Pride 2014

I have great pride for Belfast and am delighted to extend a warm welcome to everyone involved in this year’s Pride. The success of this festival is demonstrated by the fact that it gets bigger every year and going by the wide range of events outlined in the guide, this year will be no exception. Belfast is a city transformed…