Brighton Pride 2013
Location: Brighton Madeira Drive / Preston Park
Date: 03 Aug 2013 - 04 Aug 2013
The extensive improved plans for Brighton Pride 2013 are well underway with the welcome addition of some brand new features that have already captured the imagination of the community.
Pride is set to take part in the world famous Brighton Fringe festival this year for the very first time with a star studded season of special Pride Gala shows at the Ladyboys Sabai Pavilion during the May fringe festival.
As well as the hotly anticipated LGBT Community Parade and the spectacular festival on the park that is the focus of the Pride festival, Brighton Pride will be encompassing art, film and performance in a special Arts and Film Festival of it's own in the run up to the weekend itself.
Expect city-wide exhibitions from artists and photographers as well as a season of specially chosen LGBT interest film screenings at both the Duke of York cinema and the Komedia. From 19th July up to 4th August.
Saturday 3rd August is the big day of the LGBT community parade and 'Icons on the park' at Preston park where even more improvements are being made to both the toilet facilities and a brand new, speedy eticket system designed to make the event even more enjoyable. Further news of exciting additions to the Pride experience are imminent.
Brighton's famous Pride festival and it's associated events are now operated by Brighton Pride CIC with directors Paul Kemp, Dulcie Danger and David Hill who are all working to make this 23rd anniversary year the most successful and memorable Pride ever!
Management of the event has been streamlined and restructured to make the organisation more efficient and business-like so that it may operate and serve Pride more effectively. New developments always require change and Pride would like to take this opportunity to thank Trevor Edwards for his work and contribution to Pride events over a number of years and wish him all the best with his future endeavours.
Prides new organisation is busy moving forward and developing the Pride festival and it's associated events with the full support of the local authority and stakeholders at this busy and exciting time.
Pride will retain and actively build on it's reputation for delivering an excellent, world class event to the local community and businesses and will continue to benefit the local community and attract a significant number of visitors to our city.
Early Bird Tickets are available now for £8.50 from local LGBT venues and for £9 on-line on their website