Midlands LGBT community gearing up for a day of Pride in Walsall town centre

Midlands LGBT community gearing up for a day of Pride in Walsall town centre
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Posted on 23 Aug 2019

The Midlands LGBT community is heading to Walsall (Saturday 24 August) to enjoy one of the final festivals of the Pride season.


Taking place at Gallery Square in the town centre, Walsall Pride features three performance stages, a fairground, market stalls, bars and food outlets. 

The Saddlers Centre main-stage line-up this year includes Sugababes’ Mutya Buena, Livin Joy, Nikki Belle and Britain’s Got Talent’s Rob King.


Commenting on the event, a spokesperson for Walsall Pride said: “We aim to celebrate the diverse LGBT community in and around Walsall and to reach out to the community. Our festival also aims to dispel myths, break down barriers, address homophobia and achieve community cohesion.”

Walsall Pride takes place from 12pm to 6pm. For more information, visit walsallpride.org

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