Brighton Pride

Overview

"Firmly established as the UK’s most popular international Pride Festival, Brighton & Hove Pride attracts a diverse demographic audience from across the globe and is singularly the most popular visitor attraction in the City’s event calendar. Pride is as famous, vibrant, popular and utterly unique as our city itself. Brighton and Hove Pride’s sole ethos is to promote tolerance, diversity, inclusion and education within our communities. We will work to eliminate all forms of discrimination against LGBTQ+ communities by celebrating and supporting LGBTQ+ lives and to this end Brighton & Hove Pride is proud to be supporting our local charities and good causes, this is the cornerstone of our Pride – a ‘Pride with Purpose’ Brighton Pride CIC, a not for profit community interest company. All tickets revenue raised goes directly to the operational and running costs of producing the Pride Festival, LGBT Community Parade, Pride Village Party and community fundraising for the Rainbow Fund and Pride social impact fund."
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  • Creadble access: NO
  • Creadble employer: NO

Access Card Notes

Access Cards with the '+1' symbol are accepted as proof of entitlement to a companion ticket.

Contact details

Brighton Pride Ironworks, 2,, The Old, 30 Cheapside, Brighton, South East, BN1 4GD
Phone: 01273 041 265

Wheelchair Access

Wheelchair access
Services you can apply for will include passes for accessible toilets, mobility viewing platform passes, to arrange personal changing space and arrange a PA pass. To do this, please complete the online application form.

If you apply for space on the viewing platform or ground level viewing area this is still operated on a first come basis and we understand that certain acts will be more popular than others. The viewing platform and ground level viewing area has a very limited capacity and is strictly for access customers plus 1 PA only. The viewing platform is for customers with mobility issues only.

Pride In The Park Festival and LoveBN1 Festival
The ground is parkland, mainly grass and on a slight incline but uneven in places. It is likely that the site may be muddy, water-soaked or dusty depending on the weather - it is not a stadium and does not have a hard-standing floor. The postcode for the event is BN1 6SD

Pride Village Party
The ground is pavement and is currently used as a public street. It is on a slight incline and there are drop-down kerbs located at various points in St James Street. Please note, there are very limited facilities at the Pride Village Party

Pride Campsite
The ground is parkland, all grass and flat but uneven in places. It is likely that the site may be muddy, water-soaked or dusty depending on the weather. Please note, there are very limited facilities at the campsite

Access To Toilets

Access To Toilets
Services you can apply for will include passes for accessible toilets, mobility viewing platform passes, to arrange personal changing space and arrange a PA pass. To do this, please complete the online application form.

Assistance Dogs

Assistance Dogs
There will be a dedicated area by the Access tent for assistance dogs.

Essential Companions

Essential Companions
Services you can apply for will include passes for accessible toilets, mobility viewing platform passes, to arrange personal changing space and arrange a PA pass. To do this, please complete the online application form.

Access Card Holders with a '+1' symbol on their card will be entitled to a companion ticket.