Making a welcome return this month, Coventry Pride is taking the theme #SuperHeroesofPride and encouraging everyone to celebrate the superhero within themselves and diversity in all its forms.
Organisers are inviting people to come together as one and ‘share our wonderful city without fear of discrimination’: “Regardless of sexual orientation, Coventry Pride invites everyone from all corners of the city to be themselves and enjoy the event.”
Former Girls Aloud singer Nadine Coyle is one of the main attractions during Pride weekend. Nadine (pictured above) will perform alongside Rozalla, The Hara, Kelly Wilde and Rachel McFarlane at Coventry’s ever-popular LGBT venue, The Yard, on Saturday 8 June. The action kicks off at midday and continues into the early hours.
The venue also plays host to a second round of entertainment on the Sunday, presenting a cabaret extravaganza featuring Kym Mazelle, Miss Marty, Glitoris Girls and Charlie Hides as Lisa Q Jones (above). What’s not to like?...
Coventry Pride takes place on Saturday 8 & Sunday 9 June.
For more information and the full line-up, head to coventrypride.org.uk
Check the full Pride Guide HERE
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