both stages will be live-streamed, offering accessibility for those unable to attend in person.

Saturday, September 3rd 2022

2pm to 10pm

The People’s Palace, Mile End

(Located in Queen Mary University of London)
Victoria Scone on a ornage background, they are wearing a peach dress with bright pink gloves
River Medway on a blue and purple background, they are wearing a peach pink frilled dress with a high hairdo

Main Stage

Featuring an array of artists and performers

Special headline acts to be confirmed soon

And many more acts will be announced nearer the date

“I Am Proud” Stage

Hosting panels and interviews including:

#BWithTheT: Exploring the Intersection between the Trans and Multisexual Communities

Religion and Spirituality in the Multisexual Community

The Unicorn Magazine Panel

More panels and interviews will be announced soon

also featuring

Community Hub

Visit and browse at stalls from bi community groups, LGBT+ charities and other organisations.


This event is free for all to attend, however you will need to secure your place by registering for a ticket. Donations are very welcome and can be made at the time of registering for your free ticket.

Eating and Drinking

Food and drinks that meet most dietary requirements will be available for purchase.


  • Step free access to all areas (both stages have tiered seating but seats and wheelchair spaces are available on the front rows which can be accessed without steps)

  • Multiple accessible toilets and a Mobiloo will be available (A Mobiloo is a mobile accessible toilet with adult-sized changing bench, hoist and a friendly attendant.)

  • Standard toilets will be gender neutral, with clear signage indicating if the room contains urinals and stalls or just stalls.

  • BSL interpretation will be available for both stages. Seats with clear site of our BSL interpreters will be reserved for those who require them.

  • The Simon Cremen sensory room will provide a quiet and relaxed space for those who need time away from the busy pride celebrations.
  • A changing room will be available for our Trans guests or others who are not able to travel to the event in clothes in which they are comfortable to be themselves.

  • We encourage all participants to ensure they are fully vaccinated for COVID-19 and to take a lateral flow test on the day of the event.

  • Monkey Pox is currently a significant threat in London among gay and bi men (and non-binary and trans people) and other men who have sex with men. We suggest those who are eligible should consider vaccination against Monkey Pox and encourage all participants to check for lesions or spots, a fever or exhaustion on the day of the event.

  • Both stages will be live streamed online for those unable to access physical events.
Would you like to be a part of this event as a performer, panellist, stall-holder, sponsor or volunteer? Please complete our Community Engagement Survey below

Volunteer at our 2022 event!

We’re always on the lookout for new talent who pride in their motivation to add a bit of Bi pride to the world. ​