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Nottinghamshire Pride 2018

Hockley, Nottingham
Nottinghamshire Pride


Nottingham Pride
Saturday 28 July 2018 | 11am - 6pm

Come along to Nottingham Pride 2018 and celebrate sexuality, gender identity and equality in Nottinghamshire.

The Nottinghamshire Pride Parade will commence from the corner of Lister Gate/Castle Gate from 11am, finishing at Broad Street where celebrations inlcuding live music, inspiring speeches and a range of performances will continue until 6pm

The parade will be led by Nottingham City Council in partnership with the NHS, while The Sheriff of Nottingham Councillor Catherine Arnold will officially open this year’s event.

The Sheriff of Nottingham will give a speech at 12:15pm on the main stage in Carlton Street.

Performance times:

12.15pm - Sheriff of Nottingham speech

12.30pm - Michaela Weeks - Britney Spears Tribute

1pm - The Scream Queens

1.30pm - Amrick Channa from The Voice and X Factor

2pm - Tash Bird

2.30pm - Nicki French

3pm - Kitty Tray

4pm- Intro from Charity Shop Sue

4.05pm - Toyah Willcox

4.30pm - Rob Green

5pm - The Half Eight

5.30pm - Titty Bon Bon

6pm - Co-op Arts Theatre Group

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