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Nottinghamshire Pride 2022

Hockley, Nottingham
Nottinghamshire Pride

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Nottinghamshire Pride
Saturday 30 July | 2022
Nottingham City Centre
​​​Free event

 


Taking place on Saturday 30 July, this year’s event has the theme ‘We See You’, and aims to support and celebrate the city’s LGBTQ+ community.

The festivities will kick off at 10.00am, when attendees are being asked to gather at Listergate ahead of the march, which will commence at 11.00am.

Leading the march will be Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service’s iconic fire engine. Meanwhile carnival themed marching bands, Nottingham Samba Collective and Can Samba, will be keeping people entertained mid-march with drums, dancers and howlers.

The march will then proceed to Albert Street, Beastmarket Hill, Long Row, Pelham Street, George Street and conclude at Broad Street at approximately 12.00pm.

Following the march, an eclectic line-up of Nottingham singers, dancers, speakers, performers and DJs is set to take to the stage on Heathcoat Street.

Acts performing on the day include singer and dancer Jamie Fuxx; singer-songwriter Rob Green; singer-songwriter Tom Aspaul; singer Bexx; Britney Spears tribute act Michaela Weeks and David Bowie tribute band Miss Bowie and the New Killer Stars.

There’ll also be a DJ set from Charity Shop Sue, comedy from Scream Queens, a performance from poet, performer and writer Ravelle -Sadé Fairman, a talk from the Labour MP for Nottingham East, Nadia Whittome, and speeches from local LGBTQ+ activists.

Last year’s event saw 9,000 people flock to the city centre to take part in the day’s activities, and with this summer’s celebrations marking the city’s first full Pride event since the pandemic, Nottinghamshire Pride chair Leigh Ellis expects numbers to be even higher.

Throughout the day, there will also be pole dance performances from Twisted Pole on Broad Street, along with the opportunity for Pride go-ers to browse more than 40 different stalls on Goosegate in Hockley.

As a not-for-profit event, each year Nottinghamshire Pride relies on volunteers to support on the day. This year, organisers are on the hunt for volunteers to be Pride march stewards, donation collectors and for general on-the-day support.

This year’s event is sponsored by Boots, Capital One, Sladen Estates, Nottingham City Council, KuKu Creative, Cartwright Communications and Lush.

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