At Brighton Pride you can enjoy a risqué new drag act, dance till your heart’s content – and eat fish ‘n’ chips.
Brighton Pride needs no introduction. Every year this coastal town is painted all the colours of the rainbow as thousands flock here to promote LGBT equality and celebrate its unique culture. If nothing else, Brighton Pride is about the freedom to express yourself, so don’t be surprised if some festival-goers take this to the extreme in the Wild Fruit Dance Tent, while DJs Boy George and Fat Boy Slim mix up some tunes.
Generally, this is not the place to play shy, especially if you find yourself front row in the Legends Cabaret Tent during one of their ferocious drag acts. Of course, the best demonstration of this community’s pride in its individuality is the Parade itself, when the streets become a sea of colour and character. Even if you’re not actually taking part, it’s well worth a watch.
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