We are so proud to be supporting Kirklees Pride 2022 and are looking forward to what is going to be a fantastic celebration on Sat 9 July.
Pride is a celebration of people coming together in love and friendship, to show how far LGBTQ+ rights have come and how in some places there is still work to be done. It's about being proud of who you are, no matter who you love.
What’s on for Kirklees Pride?
You will find stalls and entertainment up and down King Street and here at the Lawrence Batley Theatre.
King Street, Huddersfield
12.30pm – 5pm
Stall holders, interactive police car, interactive fire engine, and live entertainment.
Lawrence Batley Theatre (Courtyard)
12.30pm – 12.45pm
Opening of Kirklees Pride: Speeches by Chair and elected members.
12.45pm - 5.30pm
Children’s face painting, children’s entertainment and stall holders, live entertainment hour-by-hour from The Rain Queens, Slaithwaite Brass Band and other local artists.
Lawrence Batley Theatre (Attic Theatre)
12.30pm - 5.30pm
LGBTQ+ Art workshop, and free HIV testing by the Brunswick Centre.
Lawrence Batley Theatre (Cellar)
12.30pm - 5.30pm
LGBTQ+ Poetry Workshop, LGBTQ+ Storytime, and live LGBTQ+ Poetry by James Nash.
Lawrence Batley Theatre (Bar)
Opening of a collection of new portraits by Ajamu X of people who marched in Pride 1981 alongside members of today’s LGBTQ+ community in Huddersfield.
Lawrence Batley Theatre (Main House)
5.30pm - 8.30pm
An evening of Pride in Kirklees, featuring Stephanie Hirst's Believe achieve.
Please note that An evening of Pride in Kirklees is a ticketed event and you will need a wristband to enter. Click here to book and register for your free wristband for An evening of Pride in Kirklees. A limited number of bands will be available on the day.
RAIN Bar Huddersfield
Official Kirklees Pride 2022 after-party at RAIN.