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In 2024, the United Kingdom is set to host a myriad of captivating events, ranging from thrilling sports competitions to vibrant festivals and cultural gatherings. Sports enthusiasts can look forward to the exhilarating Grand National Meeting at Aintree Racecourse, where top riders and horses navigate 30 challenging fences over four and a half miles. Additionally, the iconic London Marathon promises to be a monumental event, attracting participants and spectators alike to witness the triumph of human endurance.

For those seeking cultural enrichment, the Hay Festival of Literature and Arts in the Brecon Beacons offers a unique opportunity to engage with renowned authors and artists in a scenic setting. Meanwhile, the Blenheim Palace Food Festival in Oxfordshire tantalizes taste buds with an array of culinary delights amidst the grandeur of the historic palace grounds.

Not to be missed is the spirited Birmingham Pride, celebrating diversity and inclusion in the heart of England’s second-largest city. And for music enthusiasts, Liverpool Sound City beckons with its lineup of global stars and emerging talents, promising an unforgettable weekend of live performances.

These events, among others, showcase the rich tapestry of experiences awaiting visitors to the UK in 2024, offering something for everyone to enjoy and celebrate.

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We’ve meticulously curated a list of the most vital and esteemed venues, ensuring seamless transportation to and from these esteemed locales. Whether attending a cultural affair, social event, sports spectacle, or theater extravaganza, trust MTC Chauffeurs to elevate your experience with unparalleled sophistication and comfort.

New Year’s Day Parade

1 January

Location: London

London’s New Year’s Day Parade has evolved into one of the capital’s great traditions. Usually starting at 12pm, the parade along the capital’s West End will fill the streets with marching bands, cheerleaders, acrobats, kites and more.

New Year’s Day Parade, London, England, London
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Celtic Connections

18 January – 4 February

Location: Glasgow

Glasgow’s annual folk, roots and world music festival, celebrating Celtic music and its connections to cultures across the globe. It’s the largest annual winter music festival of its kind and Britain’s premier celebration of Celtic music, and usually featuring concerts, ceilidhs, talks, art exhibitions, and workshops.

Celtic Connections, Glasgow, Scotland, Glasgow
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Burns’ Night

25 January

Location: Scotland-wide

Every January Scotland celebrates the birthday of Robert Burns – the national poet of Scotland – traditionally marked with food, drams, dancing and verse. Don’t forget to address the haggis!

Burns’ Night, Scotland-wide, Scotland-wide
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Dydd Santes Dwynwen

25 January

Location: Wales-wide

This day is in honour of Wales’ patron saint of lovers, the Welsh version of St Valentine’s Day. The day exists due to St Dwynwen’s own experiences with lost love and her later commitment to becoming a nun.

Dydd Santes Dwynwen, Wales-wide, Wales-wide
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Bath Rebalance Festival

25 January – 18 February

Location: Bath

Start 2024 as you mean to go on at Rebalance Bath – The Festival of Wellbeing, taking place from late January to early February.

Bath Rebalance Festival, Bath, England, Bath
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RBS Six Nations Rugby

2 February – 16 March

Locations: Cardiff, London, Edinburgh

The Six Nations Championship for England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland and Wales will see matches take place at venues including the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Twickenham Stadium in London, and Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh.

RBS Six Nations Rugby, Cardiff, London, Edinburgh
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Dark Skies Festival

9 – 25 February

Location: Yorkshire

The Yorkshire Dales and North York Moors National Parks, which remain some of the darkest places in England, are once again running a joint Dark Skies Festival in February. 2020 saw the theme of ‘exploration’ run through the impressive programme of events, with 2024 set to bring activities like kayaking, stargazing safaris and zip wires. Cumbria, Northumberland, and the South Downs are also hosting a celestial festival in 2024, with dates and details to be confirmed.

Dark Skies Festival, Yorkshire, north England
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Chinese New Year

10 February

Location: London and around Britain

London hosts a Chinese New Year celebration each year, marking the occasion with a range of joyous festivities and a spectacular parade. The largest festival of its kind outside Asia, it is free to attend and usually takes place in Trafalgar Square, Chinatown and across the West End. 2023 celebrates the Year of the Rabbit.

Chinese New Year, London and around Britain
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Glasgow Film Festival

28 February – 10 March

Location: Glasgow

The fastest-growing and third-largest film festival in Britain, with more than 350 events, including new local and international film from all genres, from mainstream to art-house, classics to cult.

Glasgow Film Festival, Glasgow, Scotland
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St. David’s Day

1 March

Location: Wales-wide

St David is the patron saint of Wales and this day is a celebration of all things Welsh. Expect plenty of red dragons adorning Welsh flags, as well as parades of daffodils, leeks and flags of St David himself. Traditionally, the capital of Cardiff holds a National St David’s Day Parade.

St. David’s Day, Wales-wide
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Cheltenham Festival

12 – 15 March

Location: Gloucestershire

Held close to the lovely Regency town of Cheltenham, this National Hunt race meeting attracts prize money second only to the Grand National. Famous for the roar arising from the stands as the tape is raised for the start of the first race, the excitement continues to build until its climax with Friday’s signature Gold Cup – the centenary of one of the greatest of all jump-racing events.

Cheltenham Festival, Gloucestershire, south-west England
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Glasgow International Comedy Festival

13 – 31 March

Location: Glasgow

Regularly the largest event of its kind in Europe, this comedy extravaganza normally features a line-up of both big league players and emerging talent from around Britain and beyond, performing in venues throughout the city. 2024 sees acts take to the stage, including British comedian Ed Gamble and Scottish stand-up comedian Connor Burns.

Glasgow International Comedy Festival, Glasgow, Scotland
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St Patrick’s Day

17 March

Location: Northern Ireland and parts of Britain

The national saint of Ireland is celebrated in traditional fashion with festivals, parades, carnivals and concerts taking place across Northern Ireland and around Britain, usually including a parade in London.

St Patrick’s Day, Northern Ireland and parts of Britain
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The Gemini Oxford & Cambridge Boat Race

30 March

Location: London

First raced in 1829, the Boat Race is one of the oldest sporting events in the world. Watched along the banks of The Tideway, located between Putney and Mortlake in south London, this unique sporting event sees two strong squads of athletes competing against each other.

The Gemini Oxford & Cambridge Boat Race, London, England
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Grand National Meeting

11 – 13 April

Location: Liverpool

One of the most famous horse races in the world sees competitors make two circuits of the Grand National course, tackling 30 fences as they cover four and a half miles. The event’s colourful, fashionista celebration, Ladies’ Day, will take place on 12 April.

Grand National Meeting, Aintree Racecourse, Liverpool, north-west England
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London Marathon

21 April

Location: London

The TCS London Marathon is a phenomenal event to be a part of, as a participant, and a spectator. It’s not just a monumental physical challenge, but also the world’s largest fundraising event – and one of the six top marathons that make up the World Marathon Majors.

London Marathon, London, England
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St George’s Day

23 April

Location: Across England

St George’s Day celebrates the patron saint of England with activities ranging from festivals to ‘dragon’ hunts and medieval banquets usually happening across England.

St George’s Day, across England
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Spirit of Speyside Distilled Food & Drink Festival

1 – 6 May

Location: Speyside

Spirited, inspiring, Scottish – this festival puts on a series of four delicious events inspired by Scottish whisky, gin and local produce. Discover the passion behind the region’s finest food and drink.

Spirit of Speyside Distilled Food & Drink Festival, Speyside, Scotland
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Cheltenham Jazz Festival

1 – 6 May

Location: Gloucestershire

Every year, Cheltenham Jazz Festival represents the start of the summer in Cheltenham, bringing together world-renowned performers and jazz enthusiasts from across the globe.

Cheltenham Jazz Festival, Gloucestershire, south-west England
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Liverpool Sound City

4 – 5 May

Location: Liverpool

Liverpool Sound City is an annual international music festival and industry conference taking place over the weekend.

Liverpool Sound City, Liverpool, north-west England
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Brighton Festival

4 – 26 May

Location: Brighton

Brighton is known as a place that welcomes diversity, creativity and innovative thinking, and its annual festival celebrates this pioneering spirit and experimental approach.

Brighton Festival, Brighton, south-east England
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Women’s FA Cup Final

11 or 12 May (2024 TBC)

Location: Wembley Stadium

The Vitality Women’s FA Cup Final returns to Wembley and will see two teams battle it out for the coveted trophy.

Women’s FA Cup Final, Wembley Stadium
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Highland Games

12 May – 15 September

Location: Across Scotland

Around 100 Highland games and gatherings take place in Scotland each year. Each one has a mix of piping, athletic events and Highland dancing.

Highland Games, Scotland
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Chelsea Flower Show

21 – 25 May

Location: London

One of the best known Royal Horticultural Shows, the world-famous Chelsea Flower Show returns with even more unforgettable floral and horticultural displays.

Chelsea Flower Show, London
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Hay Festival of Literature and Arts

23 May – 2 June

Location: Brecon Beacons

The renowned Hay Festival of Literature and Arts, held annually in a tented village on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park, aims to bring together some of the greatest contemporary authors and the most exciting new voices in literature and the arts.

Hay Festival of Literature and Arts, Brecon Beacons, south Wales
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Birmingham Pride

24 – 26 May

Location: Birmingham

The second largest city in England hosts its annual gay pride, a technicolour spectacular celebration of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender culture.

Birmingham Pride, Birmingham, central England
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Blenheim Palace Food Festival

25 – 27 May

Location: Oxfordshire

Oxfordshire’s largest food festival brings food stalls, strolling jazz musicians, children’s storytellers and some of the biggest names in the foodie world to Blenheim Palace’s magnificent grounds.

Blenheim Palace Food Festival, Oxfordshire, central England
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The Emirates FA Cup Final

25 May

Location: Wembley Stadium

The FA Cup, the oldest domestic Cup competition in the football world, is established as one of the country’s great sporting institutions.

The Emirates FA Cup Final, Wembley Stadium, London, England
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Taste of London Festival

12 – 16 June

Location: London

Every year Regent’s Park transforms into a foodie wonderland for four days of summer eating, drinking and entertainment. Past years saw around 40 of the city’s best restaurants dish up their finest dishes for the ultimate alfresco feast, while 200 producers provide a bounty of the best food and beverages from Britain and around the world.

Taste of London Festival, London, England, London
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Trooping the Colour

15 June

Location: London

Trooping the Colour is the annual celebration of the sovereign’s official birthday. It’s a colourful display of military pageantry featuring impressive officers and men on parade in ceremonial uniform, as well as horses and musicians. The Royal Family always attend the ceremony, which takes place on Horse Guards Parade behind Whitehall, London.

Trooping the Colour, London, England, London
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Whole Earth Man v Horse Marathon

2024 TBC

Location: Llanwrtyd Wells The Man versus Horse Marathon is an annual 22-mile race, where runners compete against riders on horseback, in the Welsh town of Llanwrtyd Wells. The event started in 1980 after a pub landlord overheard two customers debating the positives and negatives of men and horses competing over rough land, but it wasn’t until 2004 that a man beat a horse.
Whole Earth Man v Horse Marathon, Llanwrtyd Wells, Wales, Llanwrtyd Wells
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TweedLove Bike Festival

14 – 16 June

Location: Tweed Valley Britain’s fastest-growing cycling festival is held every year in the beautiful Tweed Valley. Past years have boasted three main races, from eMTB to British Championship races.
TweedLove Bike Festival, Tweed Valley, Scottish Borders, Scotland, Tweed Valley
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Round the Island Race

15 June

Location: Isle of Wight An annual one-day yacht race around the Isle of Wight, usually attracting more than 1,700 boats and around 16,000 sailors, making it one of the largest yacht races in the world. Competitors come from all over the world and follow the 50 nautical mile course, which starts and finishes in Cowes.
Round the Island Race, Isle of Wight, south England, Isle of Wight
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Stonehenge Summer Solstice

18 – 22 June

Location: Wiltshire Every year visitors from around the world gather at Stonehenge overnight to celebrate the Summer Solstice and watch the sun rise over the stones. Taking place on 21 June in 2023, it’s the most important day of the year at Stonehenge and a truly magical time to visit. There’s a four-day festival to mark the occasion, with the celebration bringing together England’s New Age Tribes (neo-druids, neo-pagans and Wiccans) with ordinary families, tourists, travellers and party people.
Stonehenge Summer Solstice, Wiltshire, south-west England, Wiltshire
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Royal Ascot

18 – 22 June

Location: Berkshire Royal Ascot has established itself as a national institution and a major focus of the British social calendar, as well as being the ultimate stage for the best racehorses in the world. Tradition, pageantry, fashion and style all mix together, as well as around 30 races over five days.
Royal Ascot, Berkshire, south-east England, Berkshire
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Isle of Wight Festival

20 – 23 June

Location: Isle of Wight This popular music festival on the famous island situated off the south coast of England has an impressive musical heritage stretching back to Bob Dylan (who performed here in 1969) and Jimi Hendrix (who took to the stage in 1970). Recent headliners have included Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, Kasabian and Lewis Capaldi.
Isle of Wight Festival, Isle of Wight, south England, Isle of Wight
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The Royal Highland Show

20 – 23 June

Location: Edinburgh One of Scotland’s most iconic events, the Royal Highland Show is a major highlight of the Scottish country calendar and firmly established as one of Europe’s most impressive celebrations of farming, food and rural life.
The Royal Highland Show, Edinburgh, Scotland, Edinburgh
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Jane Austen Regency Week

21 – 30 June

Location: Hampshire This nine-day festival is packed with all things Austen. It takes place in and around the market town of Alton and nearby Chawton, the home of Jane Austen’s House & Museum. Expect Regency-style music, dining, drama, singing, talks and guided walks and tours, as well as the famous Regency Ball.
Jane Austen Regency Week, Hampshire, south England, Hampshire
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Pride Cymru

22 – 23 June

Location: Cardiff LGBTQIA+ Mardi Gras, trading as Pride Cymru, returns to Cardiff for Wales’ biggest celebration of equality and diversity. The variety of entertainment will continue along with a funfair, a cultural market with arts and crafts, plenty of food and drink, and a social hub, offering advice and support to LGBTQIA+ communities and their friends and family.
Pride Cymru, Cardiff, south Wales, Cardiff
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London Pride

29 June

Location: London London hosts a huge party in the summer with Pride in London celebrating all aspects of the LGBTQIA+ community. The festival usually comes to a close with a sizzling carnival of colour of music, floats and dancing.
London Pride, London, England, London
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Bristol Pride

29 June – 14 July

Location: Bristol Bristol Pride is a week-long series of events dedicated to the city’s LGBTQIA+ community ­to spread the message of love and equality for all. The week’s finale is a Pride Parade through the city as part of a colourful outdoor music and arts celebration. Entertainment includes a funfair, market stalls, bars and a Community Area.
Bristol Pride, Bristol, south-west England, Bristol
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Alice’s Day

2024 TBC

Location: Oxford Each year on the first Saturday of July, Mad Hatters can join the annual festivities celebrating Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland
Alice’s Day, Oxford, England, Oxford
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Alice’s Day

1 – 7 July

Location: Oxford

Each year on the first Saturday of July, Mad Hatters can join the annual festivities celebrating Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland in Oxford. Dress up as favourite characters at The Story Museum, take a walk through the story’s history, and explore the highlights of the city that inspired Lewis Carroll’s classic children’s tale.

Alice’s Day, Oxford, England, Oxford
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Wimbledon Tennis Championships

1 – 14 July

Location: London

Arguably the most famous tennis tournament in the world, the Wimbledon Championships have been played since 1877 and tickets are always in fierce demand. The championships lasts approximately two weeks, or until all events are complete. The club operates a public ballot (lottery) for advanced sales of Centre, No. 1 and No. 2 court tickets.

Wimbledon Tennis Championships, London, England, London
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RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show

2 – 7 July

Location: Surrey

As the world’s largest annual flower show it’s a plant lover’s paradise, and is packed with stunning show gardens, floral displays, and plenty of garden inspiration.

RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show, Surrey, south-east England, Surrey
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Formula 1 British Grand Prix

4 – 7 July

Location: Silverstone

The jewel in the crown of British Motorsports, Silverstone is a fast circuit with a series of complex high-speed turns, and a short straight to add to the excitement. Average cornering speeds are higher than at any other championship racetrack.

Formula 1 British Grand Prix, Silverstone, central England, Silverstone
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Wales Airshow

6 – 7 July

Location: Swansea

The show is visible along the entire five-mile stretch of Swansea Bay with spectacular views of the air displays that feature some of the world’s best military and civilian aviation display teams. In previous years, ground attractions have included an interactive military village, trade stands, children’s entertainment, funfair and lots more.

Wales Airshow, Swansea, Wales, Swansea
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Buckingham Palace Summer Opening

11 July – 29 September

Location: London

Explore the palace’s lavishly furnished State Rooms – where the King and members of the Royal Family receive and entertain guests on state, ceremonial and official occasions – and admire some of the greatest treasures from the Royal Collection.

Buckingham Palace Summer Opening, London, England, London
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Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival

12 – 21 July

Location: Edinburgh

Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival plays host to some of the finest jazz and blues talent from all corners of the globe. From bop to boogie-woogie to blues-rock, and from samba to swing to soul, the festival takes place over ten groove-packed summer days.

Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival, Edinburgh, Scotland, Edinburgh
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Birmingham Mela

13 – 14 July

Location: Birmingham

The UK’s biggest South Asian music festival extravaganza. The event features 150 artists from Birmingham to Bangladesh, with live music and dance, deliciously diverse world cuisine and bustling shopping bazaars.

Birmingham Mela, England, England
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The Open Championship

14 – 21 July

Location: St Andrews

The major golf championship, often referred to as The Open or the British Open, will be held on the historic Royal Troon course, which has played host to The Open on 9 separate occasions.

The Open Championship, St Andrews, Scotland, St Andrews
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Bristol Harbour Festival

2024 TBC

Location: Bristol

Bristol Harbour Festival will once again host a free weekend of music, markets and maritime fun based around Bristol’s historic harbourside. Previous festivals have been packed with live performance, artists, musicians, circus acts, children’s events, dancers, food markets and street stalls. On the water, hundreds of sailing vessels provide a vibrant backdrop to the activities.

Bristol Harbour Festival, Bristol, England, Bristol
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The BBC Proms

2024 TBC

Location: Royal Albert Hall

The Proms is an eight-week summer season of daily orchestral classical music concerts and other events held annually, predominantly in the Royal Albert Hall. Founded in 1895, each season traditionally consists of more than 70 concerts, with a wide range of classical music to choose from, at affordable prices, in an informal atmosphere. The famous Last Night performances include BBC Proms in the Park.

The BBC Proms, Royal Albert Hall, London, England, Royal Albert Hall
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RHS Flower Show Tatton Park

17 – 21 July

Location: Cheshire

This plant lover’s paradise is hosted at Cheshire’s historic neo-classical country mansion, Tatton Park, featuring stunning show gardens, floral displays, and plenty of green-fingered inspiration.

RHS Flower Show Tatton Park, Cheshire, north-west England, Cheshire
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Camp Good Life

19 – 21 July

Location: Flintshire

The Good Life is created by Cerys Matthews, Steve Abbott and Charlie and Caroline Gladstone who have put together the very best of music, books, food and the great outdoors. There is a Summer Camp (held within Hawarden Castle’s walled garden), Camp Good Life Autumn and Camp Glen Dye.

Camp Good Life, Flintshire, north Wales, Flintshire
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Northern Pride

20 – 21 July

Location: Newcastle

This annual celebration of LGBTQIA+ life on Tyneside is one of the biggest and most diverse free events in the North East. It starts with a Pride march through Newcastle and ends with a day of music, education, fun and celebration.

Northern Pride, Newcastle, north-east England, Newcastle
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Leeds Pride

21 July

Location: Yorkshire

A ‘must-not-miss’ event on Yorkshire’s LGBTQIA+ calendar, Leeds Pride is the biggest event of its kind in Yorkshire. Past years have seen the city burst to life with a diverse line up of acts at Millennium Square, a march through the centre of Leeds and the biggest parties until the early hours.

Leeds Pride, Yorkshire, north England, Yorkshire
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The Royal Welsh Show

22 – 25 July

Location: Llanelwedd

A major event in the British agricultural calendar, the Royal Welsh Show consists of four days of livestock competitions and a wide range of activities including forestry, horticulture, crafts, entertainment, attractions, displays, countryside sports, and shopping.

The Royal Welsh Show, Llanelwedd, Powys, mid-Wales, Llanelwedd
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Camp Bestival

25 – 28 July

Location: Lulworth Castle

Bestival consists of four family-friendly days of live music and premier DJs and is one of Britain’s most colourful festivals, with dressing up encouraged and even a Roller Disco. Last year saw headliners The Kooks, Grace Jones and Craig David take the stage.

Camp Bestival, Lulworth Castle, Dorset, south-west England, Lulworth Castle
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Cowes Week

27 July – 2 August

Location: Isle of Wight

As one of the sailing calendar’s biggest events, Cowes Week brings together the world’s biggest sailing stars, with more than 1,000 yachts and 8,000 competitors taking part.

Cowes Week, Isle of Wight, south England, Isle of Wight
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Kynren, Auckland Castle

27 July – 14 September

Location: Auckland Castle

During the summer, Auckland Castle will host Kynren – the movie-like open-air night spectacular. The show takes its audience on a 90-minute journey of epic storytelling, using pyrotechnics, lighting, and stunning effects across a seven-and-a-half acre stage.

Kynren, Auckland Castle, County Durham, north-east England, Auckland Castle
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Qatar ‘Glorious Goodwood’ Festival

30 July – 3 August

Location: West Sussex

Enjoy picnics, evening jazz and famous faces alongside flat racing at this small and sophisticated horseracing event held every year at the course owned by the Earl of March on his country estate near Chichester.

Qatar ‘Glorious Goodwood’ Festival, West Sussex, south England, West Sussex
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Brighton Pride

2 – 5 August

Location: Brighton Brighton’s Pride festival kicks off with the annual Pride Community Parade, a dazzling visual spectacle that sees Brighton and Hove’s diverse community take to the streets in a show of unity and equality. The party carries on with Fabuloso in the Park, featuring main stage entertainment from major artists, with previous years hosting acts including Britney Spears, Kylie Minogue and Jess Glynne. Other entertainment has included dance tents, cabaret, a funfair, a family area and a market. The Pride Village Party brings the festivities to St James Street and there’s also the city’s iconic seafront Marine Parade, not to mention a vibrant mix of comedy and performance at Pride at the Ironworks.
Brighton Pride, Brighton, south-east England, Brighton
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The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo

2 – 24 August

Location: Edinburgh The Tattoo is an iconic Edinburgh institution, with music, dance and precision displays with the Massed Pipes and Drums, the Massed Military Bands, cultural troupes, singers and the poignant refrain of the Lone Piper against the stunning backdrop of Edinburgh Castle. Each year’s Tattoo is very much a ‘global gathering’ – showcasing the talents of musicians and performers from every corner of the globe. Each Tattoo is different from the last and always embraces different themes; nature, creativity and Scotland’s homecoming are just some of the concepts explored in recent times.
The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo, Edinburgh, Scotland, Edinburgh
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Edinburgh Festival Fringe

2 – 26 August

Location: Edinburgh The world’s largest arts festival transforms Scotland’s capital every August, as thousands of performers take to hundreds of stages all over the city to present shows of all kinds and for every taste. The work on show ranges from huge names in the world of entertainment to unknown artists looking to build their careers. Audiences can enjoy theatre, comedy, dance, circus, cabaret, children’s shows, physical theatre, musicals, opera, music, spoken word, exhibitions and events.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Edinburgh, Scotland, Edinburgh
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Llŷn and Eifionydd National Eisteddfod

3 – 10 August

Location: Wales An annual travelling cultural festival celebrating Wales and the Welsh language. Expect over 250 traders and stalls, and alongside showcases of music, dance, spoken-word, visual arts and more.
Llŷn and Eifionydd National Eisteddfod, Wales, Wales
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Bristol International Balloon Fiesta

8 – 11 August

Location: Bristol The city’s largest outdoor event, held annually at the city’s Ashton Court Estate, is the largest fiesta of its kind in Europe. The mass ascents at dawn and teatime are a sight to behold, with more than 100 balloons taking off, and after-dark firework shows to follow. The fiesta offers a packed four days of fun for the whole family.
Bristol International Balloon Fiesta, Bristol, south-west England, Bristol
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Edinburgh Art Festival

9 – 25 August

Location: Edinburgh Britain’s largest annual celebration of visual art, Edinburgh Art Festival attracts a diverse and vibrant programme of exhibitions and events at the city’s galleries and museums.
Edinburgh Art Festival, Edinburgh, Scotland, Edinburgh
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Edinburgh International Book Festival

10 – 26 August

Location: Edinburgh The Edinburgh International Book Festival programme offers more than 800 events featuring everyone from the rising stars of fiction to Nobel Prize-winners, plus events for children and young adults showcasing the finest writers and illustrators for young people. From author events and interactive workshops to lively debates and book signings, the Book Festival allows visitors to meet favourite authors.
Edinburgh International Book Festival, Edinburgh, Scotland, Edinburgh
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Reading Festival & Leeds Festival

21 – 25 August

Location: Reading, Leeds Britain’s premier rock music festival features global acts uniquely performing at both locations over three days, usually allowing for 100,000 revellers at Reading and more than 80,000 at Leeds to experience global rock superstars. Previous headliners include Kings of Leon and Kendrick Lamar.
Reading Festival & Leeds Festival, England, England
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Creamfields North

22 – 25 August

Location: Liverpool Regarded as an iconic dance music festival, every year this legendary event near Warrington showcases superstar DJs and artists from the music genres of EDM, house, trance, drum and bass and grime.
Creamfields North, Liverpool, north-west England, Liverpool
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Greenwich+Docklands International Festival

23 August – 28 September

Location: London As one of the UK’s leading festival of free outdoor theatre and performing arts, GDIF showcases culture through creative performances, dazzling light shows and dramatic dances – find the rhythm and celebrate the arts and diversity in Greenwich.  
Greenwich+Docklands International Festival, London, England, London
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World Bog Snorkelling Championships

25 August

Location: Llanwrtyd Wells This unusual sport consists of contestants swimming two consecutive lengths of a water-filled trench in the shortest time possible. Held annually in Llanwrtyd Wells in Mid Wales, the championships attract visitors from all over the world. There are food and drink stalls, crafts, live music and a real ale and cider bar on the site, so it’s a great day out even if you don’t fancy taking the plunge.
World Bog Snorkelling Championships, Llanwrtyd Wells, mid Wales, Llanwrtyd Wells
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Notting Hill Carnival

25 – 26 August

Location: London London’s famous free Caribbean festival is the largest street party in Europe, with great music, outrageous floats and fabulous costumes. Hear everything from traditional steel bands, Soca and Calypso to the latest dub, drum ‘n’ bass, R&B and reggae blasting out from pumping sound systems and moving floats. Live stages also feature local bands, top international artists and sounds from around the world, plus hundreds of Caribbean food stalls.
Notting Hill Carnival, London, England, London
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Blackpool Illuminations

1 September 2023 – 1 January 2024

Location: Lancashire

This annual light show has been a major part of Blackpool’s appeal since 1879. The Festival of Light complements the traditional Illuminations with a contemporary take on entertainment made from light and art. The Illuminations are usually bookended by a fantastic celebrity-packed Switch-on Festival Weekend with bespoke Illumination performances, and Lightpool Festival, a spectacular walking route linking Blackpool’s most iconic buildings and history through light installation artworks.

Blackpool Illuminations, Lancashire, north-west England, Lancashire
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The Braemar Gathering

7 September

Location: Aberdeenshire

Enjoy the skills of the pipers and Highland dancers and the stamina of the hill runners, as well as the international athletes taking part in the heavy events. Sample contemporary Scotland with live music, top-quality arts and crafts and local food and drink at one of the Royal Family’s favourite annual events.

The Braemar Gathering, Aberdeenshire, north Scotland, Aberdeenshire
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Open House Festival

Dates to be confirmed

Location: London

Celebrate London’s architecture, housing and neighbourhoods during a two week festival spanning the breadth of the city from Greenwich to Westminster. Gain access to beautiful buildings, unique spaces and landscapes as London opens its doors to visitors.

Open House Festival, London, London
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Heritage Open Days

Dates to be confirmed

Location: across England

Heritage Open Days celebrates England’s fantastic architecture and culture by offering free access to places that are usually closed to the public or normally charge for admission. Every year in September buildings of every age, style and function throw open their doors. It is a once-a-year chance to discover architectural treasures and enjoy a wide range of tours, events and activities that bring local history and culture to life.

Heritage Open Days, across England, across England
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Last Night of the Proms & BBC Proms in the Park

Dates to be confirmed

Location: Royal Albert Hall

For a very British cultural experience, don’t miss the final night crescendo of the biggest classical music festival on earth, the BBC Proms. The legendary Last Night of the Proms is the culmination of an eight-week summer season of daily orchestral and classical music concerts taking place across London. Last Night of the Proms tickets are very popular, so plan ahead. The celebrations include BBC Proms in the Park, which take place in London’s Hyde Park.

Last Night of the Proms & BBC Proms in the Park, Royal Albert Hall & Hyde Park, London, Royal Albert Hall & Hyde Park
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Great North Run

8 September

Location: Newcastle Gateshead

A series of professional and junior athletics activities for the Great North Run has been developed over the last few years. The run starts in the city centre, winds past several iconic sights, and ends at the sea.

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British Science Festival

11 – 15 September

Location: Chelmsford

Organised each year by the British Science Association, The British Science Festival shines a light on Britain’s top scientists. The Festival lasts five days and past events have ranged from lectures and debates for adults, to hands-on activity for schools and families, to comedy, theatre and expeditions.

British Science Festival, Chelmsford, south England, Chelmsford
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Roald Dahl Day

13 September

Location: Great Missenden

The official Roald Dahl Day takes place every year on the storyteller’s birthday, 13 September. A number of activities and events take place at the Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre in his home village of Great Missenden.

Roald Dahl Day, Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire, south-east England, Great Missenden
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Jane Austen Festival

13 – 22 September 2024

Location: Bath

Visit Bath during the annual Jane Austen Festival for an immersive Regency experience. Walk alongside other Jane Austen fans in the spectacular opening Grand Regency Costumed Promenade. Past events have included elegant guided walks and day trips, intriguing talks, music recitals and concerts, as well as workshops and dance classes.

Jane Austen Festival, Bath, south-west England, Bath
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London Fashion Week

Dates to be confirmed

Location: London

The ultimate fashion industry event, where the world’s top designers showcase their latest collections via catwalk shows, plus curated talks, designer shopping and trend presentations.

London Fashion Week, London, England, London
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Bristol Open Doors

Dates to be confirmed

Location: Bristol

This annual weekend event offers the chance to get inside more than 100 landmark buildings and curious spaces, many of which are usually closed to the public. Organised by The Architecture Centre, a registered charity, the weekend offers a mix of drop-in and must-book events including tours, talks, walks and visitor experiences that get under the skin of the city.

Bristol Open Doors, Bristol, south-west England, Bristol
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London Design Festival

16 – 24 September

Location: London

This colourful annual festival has celebrated and promoted London as the design capital of the world since 2003. The festival showcases the work of contemporary designers, architects and artists, with striking large-scale installations and events popping up around the city.

London Design Festival, London, England, London
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Ironman Wales

22 September

Location: Pembrokeshire

A spectacular course, often called one of the most challenging races in the world, that takes in stunning beaches and medieval fortresses.

Ironman Wales, Pembrokeshire, west Wales, Pembrokeshire
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York Food and Drink Festival

Dates to be confirmed

Location: York

One of the biggest foodie festivals in Britain, York Food and Drink Festival celebrates the best local and regional food and drink. Past years have hosted a great variety of day and evening events, from wine and food tastings to cookery demonstrations and hands-on workshops in some of the city’s iconic historic buildings.

York Food and Drink Festival, York, north England, York
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Cardiff Half Marathon

6 October

Location: Cardiff

Competitors race right through Cardiff city centre past iconic locations, with beautiful scenery and historic buildings, starting at Cardiff Castle, and passing the Principality Stadium, Penarth Marina, before crossing the Cardiff Barrage and racing through Cardiff Bay before finishing close to Cardiff City Hall.

Cardiff Half Marathon, Cardiff, south Wales, Cardiff
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Artes Mundi

20 October 2023 – 20 February 2024

Location: Cardiff

Best known for its biennial international exhibition and prize, which takes place in venues across Wales, this is one of nation’s biggest contemporary visual art shows. The UK’s largest art prize of £40,000 is awarded to one of the shortlisted artists.

Artes Mundi, Cardiff, south Wales, Cardiff
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Cheltenham Literature Festival

Dates to be confirmed

Location: Cheltenham

This literary festival will celebrate its 75th anniversary in 2024 and will see the launch of major books, as well as talks, workshops and performances touching upon subjects as diverse as history, politics, sport, food and fashion.

Cheltenham Literature Festival, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, west England, Cheltenham
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World Conker Championships

13 October

Location: Northamptonshire

The game of conkers has been a popular pastime of British schoolchildren for decades. The rules are simple. Each player is given a conker attached to a piece of string and takes turns in trying to break their opponent’s nut using a swinging motion. The World Conker Championships are held on the village green in Southwick near Oundle, Peterborough, with many attempting to become the King or Queen of conkers.

World Conker Championships, Northamptonshire, central England, Northamptonshire
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Iris Prize Festival

8 – 13 October

Location: Cardiff

A six-day celebration of LGBT+ film, including screenings of a series of short films competing for the Best of British Iris Prize.

Iris Prize Festival, Cardiff, south Wales, Cardiff
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BFI London Film Festival

Dates to be confirmed

Location: Southbank

In 2023 London will host its 67th annual film festival organised with the British Film Institute. Past events have screened more than 300 films, documentaries and shorts in the capital from around 50 countries, with highlights including the world’s best new films, and director and actor retrospectives. Previous A-list guests have included Nicole Kidman, Amy Adams, Casey Affleck, Sigourney Weaver, Liam Neeson, and director Tom Ford.

BFI London Film Festival, Southbank, London, England, Southbank
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Leeds International Film Festival

1 – 17 November

Location: Yorkshire

One of the largest film events in the UK, Leeds International Film Festival presents an incredible selection of the best new and classic films from around the world. Each year, audiences are invited to step in from the cold autumn weather and enjoy the power of cinema at some of the city’s favourite venues, including Leeds Town Hall, The Hyde Park Picture House and Everyman Leeds.

Leeds International Film Festival, Yorkshire, north England, Yorkshire
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Bonfire Night

5 November

Location: Britain-wide

Britain’s night skies light up with blazing bonfires and sparkling fireworks to celebrate Guy Fawkes Night. This unique British tradition, also known as Guy Fawkes Day, Bonfire Night or Fireworks Night, celebrates the foiling of the infamous Gunpowder Plot – a plan to blow up the Houses of Parliament on 5 November, 1605. It’s celebrated across Britain and most towns and cities host their own bonfire night celebrations.

Bonfire Night, Britain-wide, Britain-wide
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London Jazz Festival

Dates to be confirmed

Location: London

London Jazz Festival hosts world-class artists and emerging stars, packed into back-to-back concerts, workshops, talks, masterclasses and free events across London. A number of key events will take place at Southbank Centre.

London Jazz Festival, London, England, London
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Winter Wonderland at Hyde Park

Until 1 January 2024

Location: London

A true family favourite, Winter Wonderland returns to London’s Hyde Park with big top shows, the observation wheel and a huge Christmas market. As well as the ice rink, Winter Wonderland includes gentle rides for younger children.

Winter Wonderland at Hyde Park, London, England, London
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Longleat Festival of Light

11 November 2023 – 7 January 2024

Location: Longleat

This festive outdoor light festival boasts hundreds of illuminated characters and scenes that transform the estate into a winter wonderland; with each year boasting a new theme.

Longleat Festival of Light, Longleat, Wiltshire, west England, Longleat
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Christmas at Kew

15 November 2023 – 7 January 2024

Location: London

Get into the spirit of Christmas against the picturesque background of Kew Gardens, which delivers a sparkling after-dark experience and a truly festive atmosphere every year. Previous highlights include a Fire Garden, towering fairy-lit trees and the spellbinding Palm House light display.

Christmas at Kew, London, England, London
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FilmBath Festival

Dates to be confirmed

Location: Bath

Soak up the special atmosphere of packed auditoriums as you enjoy screenings of previews, documentary features, F-Rated films and talks with directors, producers and stars.

FilmBath Festival, Bath, south-west England, Bath
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Kendal Mountain Festival

21 – 24 November

Location: Cumbria

The world’s biggest Mountain Festival is a celebration of film, outdoor sports, literature, art and legends that hopes to inspire people to explore and enjoy mountains and the wilderness. The Mountain Film Competition is a main feature of the event, with entries competing to be the grand prize winner.

Kendal Mountain Festival, Cumbria, north-west England, Cumbria
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St Andrew’s Day

30 November

Location: across Scotland

Events celebrating the patron saint of Scotland, St Andrew, take place throughout the country. In the past, they have included some of Scotland’s historic attractions offering free entry for the day.

St Andrew’s Day, across Scotland, across Scotland
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The Great Christmas Pudding Race

9 December

Location: England

One of the wackiest races you’ll ever see, teams race around a 150-metre course balancing a Christmas pudding on a flimsy paper plate. They have to navigate two slippery inflatables, balloons filled with flour, jets of foam and limbo poles. To complicate things even further, they do it all in fancy dress.

The Great Christmas Pudding Race – London & Brighton, England, England
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NewcastleGateshead Winter Festival and New Year’s Eve Carnival

Dates to be confirmed

Location: Newcastle Gateshead

The annual New Year’s Eve Winter Carnival sees the Newcastle Ice Queen and her entourage of local community participants parading through the streets of Newcastle, culminating in an early-evening fireworks display.

NewcastleGateshead Winter Festival and New Year’s Eve Carnival, NewcastleGateshead, north-east England, NewcastleGateshead
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Hogmanay

29 December – 1 January

Location: across Scotland

Hogmanay is what the Scots call New Year’s Eve and the arrival of the New Year is always celebrated in style across the country. Fireworks, open-air concerts and street parties make Hogmanay Scotland’s biggest party of the year.

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Brighton Pride

2 – 5 August

Location: Brighton

Brighton’s Pride festival kicks off with the annual Pride Community Parade, a dazzling visual spectacle that sees Brighton and Hove’s diverse community take to the streets in a show of unity and equality. The party carries on with Fabuloso in the Park, featuring main stage entertainment from major artists, with previous years hosting acts including Britney Spears, Kylie Minogue and Jess Glynne. Other entertainment has included dance tents, cabaret, a funfair, a family area and a market. The Pride Village Party brings the festivities to St James Street and there’s also the city’s iconic seafront Marine Parade, not to mention a vibrant mix of comedy and performance at Pride at the Ironworks.


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Brighton Pride

2 – 5 August

Location: Brighton

Brighton’s Pride festival kicks off with the annual Pride Community Parade, a dazzling visual spectacle that sees Brighton and Hove’s diverse community take to the streets in a show of unity and equality. The party carries on with Fabuloso in the Park, featuring main stage entertainment from major artists, with previous years hosting acts including Britney Spears, Kylie Minogue and Jess Glynne. Other entertainment has included dance tents, cabaret, a funfair, a family area and a market. The Pride Village Party brings the festivities to St James Street and there’s also the city’s iconic seafront Marine Parade, not to mention a vibrant mix of comedy and performance at Pride at the Ironworks.


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Brighton Pride

2 – 5 August

Location: Brighton

Brighton’s Pride festival kicks off with the annual Pride Community Parade, a dazzling visual spectacle that sees Brighton and Hove’s diverse community take to the streets in a show of unity and equality. The party carries on with Fabuloso in the Park, featuring main stage entertainment from major artists, with previous years hosting acts including Britney Spears, Kylie Minogue and Jess Glynne. Other entertainment has included dance tents, cabaret, a funfair, a family area and a market. The Pride Village Party brings the festivities to St James Street and there’s also the city’s iconic seafront Marine Parade, not to mention a vibrant mix of comedy and performance at Pride at the Ironworks.


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Brighton Pride

2 – 5 August

Location: Brighton

Brighton’s Pride festival kicks off with the annual Pride Community Parade, a dazzling visual spectacle that sees Brighton and Hove’s diverse community take to the streets in a show of unity and equality. The party carries on with Fabuloso in the Park, featuring main stage entertainment from major artists, with previous years hosting acts including Britney Spears, Kylie Minogue and Jess Glynne. Other entertainment has included dance tents, cabaret, a funfair, a family area and a market. The Pride Village Party brings the festivities to St James Street and there’s also the city’s iconic seafront Marine Parade, not to mention a vibrant mix of comedy and performance at Pride at the Ironworks.


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Brighton Pride

2 – 5 August

Location: Brighton

Brighton’s Pride festival kicks off with the annual Pride Community Parade, a dazzling visual spectacle that sees Brighton and Hove’s diverse community take to the streets in a show of unity and equality. The party carries on with Fabuloso in the Park, featuring main stage entertainment from major artists, with previous years hosting acts including Britney Spears, Kylie Minogue and Jess Glynne. Other entertainment has included dance tents, cabaret, a funfair, a family area and a market. The Pride Village Party brings the festivities to St James Street and there’s also the city’s iconic seafront Marine Parade, not to mention a vibrant mix of comedy and performance at Pride at the Ironworks.


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Brighton Pride

2 – 5 August

Location: Brighton

Brighton’s Pride festival kicks off with the annual Pride Community Parade, a dazzling visual spectacle that sees Brighton and Hove’s diverse community take to the streets in a show of unity and equality. The party carries on with Fabuloso in the Park, featuring main stage entertainment from major artists, with previous years hosting acts including Britney Spears, Kylie Minogue and Jess Glynne. Other entertainment has included dance tents, cabaret, a funfair, a family area and a market. The Pride Village Party brings the festivities to St James Street and there’s also the city’s iconic seafront Marine Parade, not to mention a vibrant mix of comedy and performance at Pride at the Ironworks.


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Brighton Pride

2 – 5 August

Location: Brighton

Brighton’s Pride festival kicks off with the annual Pride Community Parade, a dazzling visual spectacle that sees Brighton and Hove’s diverse community take to the streets in a show of unity and equality. The party carries on with Fabuloso in the Park, featuring main stage entertainment from major artists, with previous years hosting acts including Britney Spears, Kylie Minogue and Jess Glynne. Other entertainment has included dance tents, cabaret, a funfair, a family area and a market. The Pride Village Party brings the festivities to St James Street and there’s also the city’s iconic seafront Marine Parade, not to mention a vibrant mix of comedy and performance at Pride at the Ironworks.


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Brighton Pride

2 – 5 August

Location: Brighton

Brighton’s Pride festival kicks off with the annual Pride Community Parade, a dazzling visual spectacle that sees Brighton and Hove’s diverse community take to the streets in a show of unity and equality. The party carries on with Fabuloso in the Park, featuring main stage entertainment from major artists, with previous years hosting acts including Britney Spears, Kylie Minogue and Jess Glynne. Other entertainment has included dance tents, cabaret, a funfair, a family area and a market. The Pride Village Party brings the festivities to St James Street and there’s also the city’s iconic seafront Marine Parade, not to mention a vibrant mix of comedy and performance at Pride at the Ironworks.


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Brighton Pride

2 – 5 August

Location: Brighton

Brighton’s Pride festival kicks off with the annual Pride Community Parade, a dazzling visual spectacle that sees Brighton and Hove’s diverse community take to the streets in a show of unity and equality. The party carries on with Fabuloso in the Park, featuring main stage entertainment from major artists, with previous years hosting acts including Britney Spears, Kylie Minogue and Jess Glynne. Other entertainment has included dance tents, cabaret, a funfair, a family area and a market. The Pride Village Party brings the festivities to St James Street and there’s also the city’s iconic seafront Marine Parade, not to mention a vibrant mix of comedy and performance at Pride at the Ironworks.


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Brighton Pride

2 – 5 August

Location: Brighton

Brighton’s Pride festival kicks off with the annual Pride Community Parade, a dazzling visual spectacle that sees Brighton and Hove’s diverse community take to the streets in a show of unity and equality. The party carries on with Fabuloso in the Park, featuring main stage entertainment from major artists, with previous years hosting acts including Britney Spears, Kylie Minogue and Jess Glynne. Other entertainment has included dance tents, cabaret, a funfair, a family area and a market. The Pride Village Party brings the festivities to St James Street and there’s also the city’s iconic seafront Marine Parade, not to mention a vibrant mix of comedy and performance at Pride at the Ironworks.


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Brighton Pride

2 – 5 August

Location: Brighton

Brighton’s Pride festival kicks off with the annual Pride Community Parade, a dazzling visual spectacle that sees Brighton and Hove’s diverse community take to the streets in a show of unity and equality. The party carries on with Fabuloso in the Park, featuring main stage entertainment from major artists, with previous years hosting acts including Britney Spears, Kylie Minogue and Jess Glynne. Other entertainment has included dance tents, cabaret, a funfair, a family area and a market. The Pride Village Party brings the festivities to St James Street and there’s also the city’s iconic seafront Marine Parade, not to mention a vibrant mix of comedy and performance at Pride at the Ironworks.


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Brighton Pride

2 – 5 August

Location: Brighton

Brighton’s Pride festival kicks off with the annual Pride Community Parade, a dazzling visual spectacle that sees Brighton and Hove’s diverse community take to the streets in a show of unity and equality. The party carries on with Fabuloso in the Park, featuring main stage entertainment from major artists, with previous years hosting acts including Britney Spears, Kylie Minogue and Jess Glynne. Other entertainment has included dance tents, cabaret, a funfair, a family area and a market. The Pride Village Party brings the festivities to St James Street and there’s also the city’s iconic seafront Marine Parade, not to mention a vibrant mix of comedy and performance at Pride at the Ironworks.


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Brighton Pride

2 – 5 August

Location: Brighton

Brighton’s Pride festival kicks off with the annual Pride Community Parade, a dazzling visual spectacle that sees Brighton and Hove’s diverse community take to the streets in a show of unity and equality. The party carries on with Fabuloso in the Park, featuring main stage entertainment from major artists, with previous years hosting acts including Britney Spears, Kylie Minogue and Jess Glynne. Other entertainment has included dance tents, cabaret, a funfair, a family area and a market. The Pride Village Party brings the festivities to St James Street and there’s also the city’s iconic seafront Marine Parade, not to mention a vibrant mix of comedy and performance at Pride at the Ironworks.


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Brighton Pride

2 – 5 August

Location: Brighton

Brighton’s Pride festival kicks off with the annual Pride Community Parade, a dazzling visual spectacle that sees Brighton and Hove’s diverse community take to the streets in a show of unity and equality. The party carries on with Fabuloso in the Park, featuring main stage entertainment from major artists, with previous years hosting acts including Britney Spears, Kylie Minogue and Jess Glynne. Other entertainment has included dance tents, cabaret, a funfair, a family area and a market. The Pride Village Party brings the festivities to St James Street and there’s also the city’s iconic seafront Marine Parade, not to mention a vibrant mix of comedy and performance at Pride at the Ironworks.


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Brighton Pride

2 – 5 August

Location: Brighton

Brighton’s Pride festival kicks off with the annual Pride Community Parade, a dazzling visual spectacle that sees Brighton and Hove’s diverse community take to the streets in a show of unity and equality. The party carries on with Fabuloso in the Park, featuring main stage entertainment from major artists, with previous years hosting acts including Britney Spears, Kylie Minogue and Jess Glynne. Other entertainment has included dance tents, cabaret, a funfair, a family area and a market. The Pride Village Party brings the festivities to St James Street and there’s also the city’s iconic seafront Marine Parade, not to mention a vibrant mix of comedy and performance at Pride at the Ironworks.


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Brighton Pride

2 – 5 August

Location: Brighton

Brighton’s Pride festival kicks off with the annual Pride Community Parade, a dazzling visual spectacle that sees Brighton and Hove’s diverse community take to the streets in a show of unity and equality. The party carries on with Fabuloso in the Park, featuring main stage entertainment from major artists, with previous years hosting acts including Britney Spears, Kylie Minogue and Jess Glynne. Other entertainment has included dance tents, cabaret, a funfair, a family area and a market. The Pride Village Party brings the festivities to St James Street and there’s also the city’s iconic seafront Marine Parade, not to mention a vibrant mix of comedy and performance at Pride at the Ironworks.


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Brighton Pride

2 – 5 August

Location: Brighton

Brighton’s Pride festival kicks off with the annual Pride Community Parade, a dazzling visual spectacle that sees Brighton and Hove’s diverse community take to the streets in a show of unity and equality. The party carries on with Fabuloso in the Park, featuring main stage entertainment from major artists, with previous years hosting acts including Britney Spears, Kylie Minogue and Jess Glynne. Other entertainment has included dance tents, cabaret, a funfair, a family area and a market. The Pride Village Party brings the festivities to St James Street and there’s also the city’s iconic seafront Marine Parade, not to mention a vibrant mix of comedy and performance at Pride at the Ironworks.


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Brighton Pride

2 – 5 August

Location: Brighton

Brighton’s Pride festival kicks off with the annual Pride Community Parade, a dazzling visual spectacle that sees Brighton and Hove’s diverse community take to the streets in a show of unity and equality. The party carries on with Fabuloso in the Park, featuring main stage entertainment from major artists, with previous years hosting acts including Britney Spears, Kylie Minogue and Jess Glynne. Other entertainment has included dance tents, cabaret, a funfair, a family area and a market. The Pride Village Party brings the festivities to St James Street and there’s also the city’s iconic seafront Marine Parade, not to mention a vibrant mix of comedy and performance at Pride at the Ironworks.


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Brighton Pride

2 – 5 August

Location: Brighton

Brighton’s Pride festival kicks off with the annual Pride Community Parade, a dazzling visual spectacle that sees Brighton and Hove’s diverse community take to the streets in a show of unity and equality. The party carries on with Fabuloso in the Park, featuring main stage entertainment from major artists, with previous years hosting acts including Britney Spears, Kylie Minogue and Jess Glynne. Other entertainment has included dance tents, cabaret, a funfair, a family area and a market. The Pride Village Party brings the festivities to St James Street and there’s also the city’s iconic seafront Marine Parade, not to mention a vibrant mix of comedy and performance at Pride at the Ironworks.


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Brighton Pride

2 – 5 August

Location: Brighton

Brighton’s Pride festival kicks off with the annual Pride Community Parade, a dazzling visual spectacle that sees Brighton and Hove’s diverse community take to the streets in a show of unity and equality. The party carries on with Fabuloso in the Park, featuring main stage entertainment from major artists, with previous years hosting acts including Britney Spears, Kylie Minogue and Jess Glynne. Other entertainment has included dance tents, cabaret, a funfair, a family area and a market. The Pride Village Party brings the festivities to St James Street and there’s also the city’s iconic seafront Marine Parade, not to mention a vibrant mix of comedy and performance at Pride at the Ironworks.


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Brighton Pride

2 – 5 August

Location: Brighton

Brighton’s Pride festival kicks off with the annual Pride Community Parade, a dazzling visual spectacle that sees Brighton and Hove’s diverse community take to the streets in a show of unity and equality. The party carries on with Fabuloso in the Park, featuring main stage entertainment from major artists, with previous years hosting acts including Britney Spears, Kylie Minogue and Jess Glynne. Other entertainment has included dance tents, cabaret, a funfair, a family area and a market. The Pride Village Party brings the festivities to St James Street and there’s also the city’s iconic seafront Marine Parade, not to mention a vibrant mix of comedy and performance at Pride at the Ironworks.


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Brighton Pride

2 – 5 August

Location: Brighton

Brighton’s Pride festival kicks off with the annual Pride Community Parade, a dazzling visual spectacle that sees Brighton and Hove’s diverse community take to the streets in a show of unity and equality. The party carries on with Fabuloso in the Park, featuring main stage entertainment from major artists, with previous years hosting acts including Britney Spears, Kylie Minogue and Jess Glynne. Other entertainment has included dance tents, cabaret, a funfair, a family area and a market. The Pride Village Party brings the festivities to St James Street and there’s also the city’s iconic seafront Marine Parade, not to mention a vibrant mix of comedy and performance at Pride at the Ironworks.


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Brighton Pride

2 – 5 August

Location: Brighton

Brighton’s Pride festival kicks off with the annual Pride Community Parade, a dazzling visual spectacle that sees Brighton and Hove’s diverse community take to the streets in a show of unity and equality. The party carries on with Fabuloso in the Park, featuring main stage entertainment from major artists, with previous years hosting acts including Britney Spears, Kylie Minogue and Jess Glynne. Other entertainment has included dance tents, cabaret, a funfair, a family area and a market. The Pride Village Party brings the festivities to St James Street and there’s also the city’s iconic seafront Marine Parade, not to mention a vibrant mix of comedy and performance at Pride at the Ironworks.


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Brighton Pride

2 – 5 August

Location: Brighton

Brighton’s Pride festival kicks off with the annual Pride Community Parade, a dazzling visual spectacle that sees Brighton and Hove’s diverse community take to the streets in a show of unity and equality. The party carries on with Fabuloso in the Park, featuring main stage entertainment from major artists, with previous years hosting acts including Britney Spears, Kylie Minogue and Jess Glynne. Other entertainment has included dance tents, cabaret, a funfair, a family area and a market. The Pride Village Party brings the festivities to St James Street and there’s also the city’s iconic seafront Marine Parade, not to mention a vibrant mix of comedy and performance at Pride at the Ironworks.


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Brighton Pride

2 – 5 August

Location: Brighton

Brighton’s Pride festival kicks off with the annual Pride Community Parade, a dazzling visual spectacle that sees Brighton and Hove’s diverse community take to the streets in a show of unity and equality. The party carries on with Fabuloso in the Park, featuring main stage entertainment from major artists, with previous years hosting acts including Britney Spears, Kylie Minogue and Jess Glynne. Other entertainment has included dance tents, cabaret, a funfair, a family area and a market. The Pride Village Party brings the festivities to St James Street and there’s also the city’s iconic seafront Marine Parade, not to mention a vibrant mix of comedy and performance at Pride at the Ironworks.


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Brighton Pride

2 – 5 August

Location: Brighton

Brighton’s Pride festival kicks off with the annual Pride Community Parade, a dazzling visual spectacle that sees Brighton and Hove’s diverse community take to the streets in a show of unity and equality. The party carries on with Fabuloso in the Park, featuring main stage entertainment from major artists, with previous years hosting acts including Britney Spears, Kylie Minogue and Jess Glynne. Other entertainment has included dance tents, cabaret, a funfair, a family area and a market. The Pride Village Party brings the festivities to St James Street and there’s also the city’s iconic seafront Marine Parade, not to mention a vibrant mix of comedy and performance at Pride at the Ironworks.


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Brighton Pride

2 – 5 August

Location: Brighton

Brighton’s Pride festival kicks off with the annual Pride Community Parade, a dazzling visual spectacle that sees Brighton and Hove’s diverse community take to the streets in a show of unity and equality. The party carries on with Fabuloso in the Park, featuring main stage entertainment from major artists, with previous years hosting acts including Britney Spears, Kylie Minogue and Jess Glynne. Other entertainment has included dance tents, cabaret, a funfair, a family area and a market. The Pride Village Party brings the festivities to St James Street and there’s also the city’s iconic seafront Marine Parade, not to mention a vibrant mix of comedy and performance at Pride at the Ironworks.


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Brighton Pride

2 – 5 August

Location: Brighton

Brighton’s Pride festival kicks off with the annual Pride Community Parade, a dazzling visual spectacle that sees Brighton and Hove’s diverse community take to the streets in a show of unity and equality. The party carries on with Fabuloso in the Park, featuring main stage entertainment from major artists, with previous years hosting acts including Britney Spears, Kylie Minogue and Jess Glynne. Other entertainment has included dance tents, cabaret, a funfair, a family area and a market. The Pride Village Party brings the festivities to St James Street and there’s also the city’s iconic seafront Marine Parade, not to mention a vibrant mix of comedy and performance at Pride at the Ironworks.


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Brighton Pride

2 – 5 August

Location: Brighton

Brighton’s Pride festival kicks off with the annual Pride Community Parade, a dazzling visual spectacle that sees Brighton and Hove’s diverse community take to the streets in a show of unity and equality. The party carries on with Fabuloso in the Park, featuring main stage entertainment from major artists, with previous years hosting acts including Britney Spears, Kylie Minogue and Jess Glynne. Other entertainment has included dance tents, cabaret, a funfair, a family area and a market. The Pride Village Party brings the festivities to St James Street and there’s also the city’s iconic seafront Marine Parade, not to mention a vibrant mix of comedy and performance at Pride at the Ironworks.


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Brighton Pride

2 – 5 August

Location: Brighton

Brighton’s Pride festival kicks off with the annual Pride Community Parade, a dazzling visual spectacle that sees Brighton and Hove’s diverse community take to the streets in a show of unity and equality. The party carries on with Fabuloso in the Park, featuring main stage entertainment from major artists, with previous years hosting acts including Britney Spears, Kylie Minogue and Jess Glynne. Other entertainment has included dance tents, cabaret, a funfair, a family area and a market. The Pride Village Party brings the festivities to St James Street and there’s also the city’s iconic seafront Marine Parade, not to mention a vibrant mix of comedy and performance at Pride at the Ironworks.


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Brighton Pride

2 – 5 August

Location: Brighton

Brighton’s Pride festival kicks off with the annual Pride Community Parade, a dazzling visual spectacle that sees Brighton and Hove’s diverse community take to the streets in a show of unity and equality. The party carries on with Fabuloso in the Park, featuring main stage entertainment from major artists, with previous years hosting acts including Britney Spears, Kylie Minogue and Jess Glynne. Other entertainment has included dance tents, cabaret, a funfair, a family area and a market. The Pride Village Party brings the festivities to St James Street and there’s also the city’s iconic seafront Marine Parade, not to mention a vibrant mix of comedy and performance at Pride at the Ironworks.


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Brighton Pride

2 – 5 August

Location: Brighton

Brighton’s Pride festival kicks off with the annual Pride Community Parade, a dazzling visual spectacle that sees Brighton and Hove’s diverse community take to the streets in a show of unity and equality. The party carries on with Fabuloso in the Park, featuring main stage entertainment from major artists, with previous years hosting acts including Britney Spears, Kylie Minogue and Jess Glynne. Other entertainment has included dance tents, cabaret, a funfair, a family area and a market. The Pride Village Party brings the festivities to St James Street and there’s also the city’s iconic seafront Marine Parade, not to mention a vibrant mix of comedy and performance at Pride at the Ironworks.


Find Out More

Brighton Pride

2 – 5 August

Location: Brighton

Brighton’s Pride festival kicks off with the annual Pride Community Parade, a dazzling visual spectacle that sees Brighton and Hove’s diverse community take to the streets in a show of unity and equality. The party carries on with Fabuloso in the Park, featuring main stage entertainment from major artists, with previous years hosting acts including Britney Spears, Kylie Minogue and Jess Glynne. Other entertainment has included dance tents, cabaret, a funfair, a family area and a market. The Pride Village Party brings the festivities to St James Street and there’s also the city’s iconic seafront Marine Parade, not to mention a vibrant mix of comedy and performance at Pride at the Ironworks.


Find Out More

Brighton Pride

2 – 5 August

Location: Brighton

Brighton’s Pride festival kicks off with the annual Pride Community Parade, a dazzling visual spectacle that sees Brighton and Hove’s diverse community take to the streets in a show of unity and equality. The party carries on with Fabuloso in the Park, featuring main stage entertainment from major artists, with previous years hosting acts including Britney Spears, Kylie Minogue and Jess Glynne. Other entertainment has included dance tents, cabaret, a funfair, a family area and a market. The Pride Village Party brings the festivities to St James Street and there’s also the city’s iconic seafront Marine Parade, not to mention a vibrant mix of comedy and performance at Pride at the Ironworks.


Find Out More

Brighton Pride

2 – 5 August

Location: Brighton

Brighton’s Pride festival kicks off with the annual Pride Community Parade, a dazzling visual spectacle that sees Brighton and Hove’s diverse community take to the streets in a show of unity and equality. The party carries on with Fabuloso in the Park, featuring main stage entertainment from major artists, with previous years hosting acts including Britney Spears, Kylie Minogue and Jess Glynne. Other entertainment has included dance tents, cabaret, a funfair, a family area and a market. The Pride Village Party brings the festivities to St James Street and there’s also the city’s iconic seafront Marine Parade, not to mention a vibrant mix of comedy and performance at Pride at the Ironworks.


Find Out More

Brighton Pride

2 – 5 August

Location: Brighton

Brighton’s Pride festival kicks off with the annual Pride Community Parade, a dazzling visual spectacle that sees Brighton and Hove’s diverse community take to the streets in a show of unity and equality. The party carries on with Fabuloso in the Park, featuring main stage entertainment from major artists, with previous years hosting acts including Britney Spears, Kylie Minogue and Jess Glynne. Other entertainment has included dance tents, cabaret, a funfair, a family area and a market. The Pride Village Party brings the festivities to St James Street and there’s also the city’s iconic seafront Marine Parade, not to mention a vibrant mix of comedy and performance at Pride at the Ironworks.


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03 October 2024

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Carmen in Edinbourgh

04 August 2024

08 August 2024

Location:

Edinbourgh

Carmen’s independent heroine, striking Spanish style and unforgettable melodies have permeated popular culture ever since its premiere in 1875.

Carmen in Edinbourgh Feb

03 February 2024

04 February 2024

Location:

Edinbourgh

Carmen’s independent heroine, striking Spanish style and unforgettable melodies have permeated popular culture ever since its premiere in 1875.

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