Digital Pride climaxes tomorrow with a free event at London’s Heaven nightclub – where a host of amazing LGBTI performers will take to the stage.
The Voice stars Jordan Gray and Vangelis, plus hip hop artist Q Boy, are just some of the stars attending.
The event, which kicks off an 12 noon and takes place all day, will be hosted by everyone’s favorite politician, Margaret Thatcher: Queen of Soho.
By Saturday evening Digital Pride will join forces with Heaven’s G-A-Y club night, where Joe and Jake, the UK’s Eurovision entry for 2016, will also be performing.
If you’re unable to make it to London for the event, be sure to catch all the action online below, or via the Periscope stream, accessible from this article and the Digital Pride Twitter tomorrow.
— Digital Pride (@digi_pride) April 30, 2016
12.10pm Christopher Haul
12.35pm London Gay Big Band, Britain’s Got Talent Semi-finalists
1.00pm July Jones
1.25pm Mzz Kimberley
1.50pm The X Factor’s Danny Charles
2.15pm Martin Fitch
2.40pm London Gay Big Band
3.05pm Eleni C
3.30pm Terry Guy
3.55pm Vangelis, The Voice UK finalist
4.20pm Jordan Gray, The Voice UK finalist
4.55pm Vanity Von Glow
5.45pm Sofia B
6.10pm The Pink Singers
6.35pm Lascel Wood
(Performance times and details may change.)
Digital Pride: The Festival is at Heaven, Charing Cross, Central London on Saturday 30 April. Entry is free. Open 12noon to 7pm.
There is also a full program of discussions and stories with the biggest group of experts at any free LGBTI event in 2016. Plus free wine tasting, demos, prizes, stalls and more.
If you can’t make it to London, the discussions and performances will be live-streamed and you can join in on social media using #DigitalPride.