1. Chappy X Gay Times Brunch

In a build up to Pride, Chappy are teaming up with GayTimes to bring you the ultimate Pre-Pride Brunch Extravaganza at London’s Chotto Matte. Exclusively for Pride, you can expect a full brunch tasting menu, BOTTOMLESS  cocktails, special guest DJ on the decks and some of London’s favourite drag queens, along with Limited Edition Chappy Pride Apparel all in a haze of glitter and confetti. Get ready to see some of the best voguing techniques from the real kweens of London. Expect to try ceviche sea bass sashimi with sweet potato, Peruvian corn, coriander, chive oil, leche de tigre; sushi and tempura selections as well as plates such as beef short rib, asparagus, purple potato and teriyaki jus.

All for just £30!

30th June, Chotto Matte, Soho. 12pm — 2pm

2. Soho Square

Soho is total carnage during Pride and Soho Square is no exception. Pop to the off-license at the top of Dean Street, grab some tinnies and be ready to dance around the streets of Soho. This is definitely a cheap and cheerful option but is for sure the best place to soak up the atmosphere.

3.Sink The Pink

Sink The Pink have long cemented their status as the most inclusive and love drenched party community and will only be upping the ante for their Brixton debut.

With flamboyantly themed dress codes, ballroom-style pageant, drag queen lip-sync battles, jaw dropping performances and joyfully pop-filled DJ sets amongst an array of the wild and wonderful crowd, it only seems fitting that the collective hold their most exciting party yet to close London's Pride celebrations.

The Colour Ball will follow an acclaimed run of themed events confetti cannoned with glitz and kitsch, celebrating the uniqueness of all walks of life and open to revelers new and returning. The Guardian sum it up perfectly: “It's colourful, it's carnivalesque and it's transgressive.”

Saturday 7th July 9pm onwards.

4. Little Gay Brother x Pride in London

Little Gay Brother are the new kids on the block and are already becoming a household name on the London party scene. Expect drag, house & disco music and an open-minded crowd to party the night away post-Pride.

Saturday 7th July 9pm onwards.

5. Two Brewers Street Party

Two Brewers are doing their annual street party in celebration of Pride, expect DJs,  Dj Demon and Liam Chaplin. Entry fee to the Street Party is £5, cash only. All monies are donated to local charities so it’s definitely worth a visit.

Saturday 30th June, midday — 9:30pm