Check out our fabulous Pride Guide by clicking on it above! Please do note that there have been some programme

changes for today from 3.30pm onwards.


Check out the event listings (with all the links) below for up-to-date timings.


All Norwich Pride content streaming on our Facebook page will be captioned and you can turn on the transcript option when watching on YouTube. All Norwich Pride content will be streamed on our Facebook page or our YouTube Channel.
The Pride Show is so big we’ll just have it on YouTube. It comes in two parts – so click part 1 and when prompted (about half way through click on part 2. We encourage you whole heartedly to share the links and also comment and like so we know you are watching!
It’s important we all feel connected throughout the day.
Don’t forget to send in your messages, pics and videos to @norwichpride or any goss to our Pride Show hostess Titania Trust @TitaniaTrust.


Pride Day: Saturday 25th July 2020


10.30-11.00am Storytime with Auntie Titania

A gentle start to the day with Norwich Millennium Library. Titania Trust reads a special story for our little ones, continuing her quest to share stories that explore the themes of friendship, identity, and acceptance. Auntie T will be reading Julian Is A Mermaid by Jessica Love. Why not get into fancy dress and join in from home.
Click here to watch on YouTube.

11-11.10am We Launch the day’s main events

With a rousing, unmissable message from Watton’s town Crier Mike Wabe, with his now infamous cry of ‘Oh Gay, Oh Gay, Oh Gayyy’. We also welcome opening speeches from the Lord Mayor of Norwich, Councillor Vaughan Thomas and Jo Caulfield, Chair of Norwich Pride 2020. Read the Mayor’s speech on page 7 of the Pride Guide.
Click here to watch on Facebook.
Click here to watch on YouTube.

11.10-11.30am Live Zumba warm up

With Yendell’s Health and Wellness Hub; get your blood pumping to a fun live Zumba dance routine.
Click here to watch on Facebook.

11.30-11.50am The Natasha Curson Memorial Trans Talk

Charlie Caine discusses the importance of Marsha P Johnson and other key black trans activists, the film includes a special recording of Charlie’s composition “Pay It No Mind” performed by the ‘Sing with Pride’ Choir. Read Charlie’s article about Marsha on page 14 of the Pride Guide.
Click here to watch on Facebook.
Click here to watch on YouTube.

Following Charlie’s talk, you could check out…

Shoulders Back, Head High:
a virtual reality experience inspired by the life, activism and legacy of Marsha P Johnson.

During this 4-minute experience you will be immersed in an abstract world inspired by the elaborate headdresses worn by Marsha. As you explore this colourful world of lights and flowers, you learn of the role Marsha played in progressing LGBT+ rights and the work that still needs to be done.

This experience goes beyond sharing the history of LGBT+ rights but places us at the heart of it, showing us the power we have to improve the world.
Click here to watch on YouTube.

12-12.55pm Pride Question Time

Get ready to send in your questions for this interesting and diverse panel of guests. Read more about them on pages 22 and 23 of the Pride Guide.
Remember it’s not Question Time without questions! We’re encouraging you to take part as much as you can with questions and comments etc. You can take part and watch in two different ways today. By Zoom or by watching it on our Facebook page. Either way, let’s have those questions!
Click to watch in Zoom.
Click to watch on Facebook.

1-1.45pm – Our Norwich Pride Virtual March

We might not be able to gather in huge crowds this year and march through the city like a rainbow river flowing through the streets, but we have collected some wonderful clips of people to create a Virtual March which is just as colourful and filled with delight.
Click here to watch on Facebook.
Click here to watch on YouTube.


2-3.40pm – The Pride Show Live, with Titania Trust

With you all afternoon, official Diva of Norfolk (and our very own Pride), the one and only Titania Trust will be hosting a fun and diverse show featuring musical performances, short films, Pride chat and know-how. Remember to get in touch with Titania on all the socials: @TitaniaTrust. Check out pages 22-23 of the Pride Guide.
The Pride Show is so big it comes in two parts! So you will have to click on part 1 first and when prompted (about half way through) click on part 2.
Watch on Youtube: part 1
Watch on Youtube: part 2

The line-up includes:

Asifa Lahore, Britain’s first out Muslim drag queen

Passion Productions

The Squirrels

Simon Kindleysides

Miss Dee Licious and Mindy Pendant

Eileen Mascoll

Ruby Violet

Barby Wire

And the debut performance of the young and talented Miss Frou Frou.



3.45-4pm – The Ship We Built

If the Question Time debate made you want to know more about Lexie Bean you can listen to them read from their novel The Ship We Built, noted as one of the only middle school novels about a trans boy, written by one.

Click on this link to the The Ship We Built and scroll down the page to view the author reading an excerpt from their book. You’ll also find a free, downloadable copy of ‘The Ship We Built’ related activities for young people, as well as a free, downloadable Discussion Guide, useful for schools or Book Groups.

Are you thinking of buying Lexie’s novel?
The Ship We Built is available in the UK through the online Hive Bookstore for £10.19 (hardback).
Use this link to read an excerpt of the book your self but please note it only supplies to USA.


4-4.30pm – LaGolda: Gamechanger
The world Premiere! LaGolda is an animation series from top director George Valencia. It’s based on a multicultural, mixed gender kids football team with inclusion at the heart – and an emphasis on youngsters achieving their dreams. Be the first people in the world to watch this new episode. At the end of the episode, you get the extra treat of a short film about Jess Fishlock MBE. you can read about Jess on page 23 of the Pride Guide.
Click here to watch LaGolda: Gamechanger.

4.30-4.50pm – Q&A with Jess Fishlock MBE
With Di Cunningham of Proud Canaries. Jess will tell us more about her experiences as being an out professional footballer, and will reflect on the short film that will be shown as part of the LaGolda premiere at 4pm.
Click here to watch it on Facebook.
Click here to watch on YouTube.

From 5pm
The Pride Show – part 2
Join us for the second half of our show!
Click here to watch it on YouTube. 

And later…

8.30pm – Euphoria’s Big Broadcast: Pride After Party
With a host of performers from all over, Euphoria hosts the ultimate stay-at-home Pride after party! Get ready to celebrate pride – because Euphoria is on its way! Check out their poster below for the fabulous line up!
Click here to watch

Throughout the evening – Pride In Hull
Our official twinning is underway for today as our friends up in Yorkshire have their own ‘home edition’ of Pride In Hull.
Check out their events on Facebook

After dark – Norwich Castle Museum
And when it is dark, Norwich Castle Museum will be lit up with the Progress Flag all night!