Wembley Park Pride 2023

Wembley Park Pride

with The Queer Comedy Club

Get ready for the return of Wembley Park Pride, with an extraordinary evening that promises to inspire and leave you doubled over in the heart of Wembley Park.

We're thrilled to announce our second annual Wembley Park Pride celebration on Saturday, 24th June from 6pm to 9pm. Join us at Wembley Park’s new, open-air stage, the Sound Shell, for a night of unbridled comedy and performance, produced in collaboration with The Queer Comedy Club, the UK's first permanent LGBTQ+ comedy venue.

The exciting line up will include performances from TV presenter, radio DJ and podcaster James Barr, best known for his award-winning podcast, A Gay and a Non-Gay with Dan Hudson, and Hannah Byczkowski, winner of the BBC’s The Traitors reality TV show.

BBC New Comedian of The Year 2022 finalist Dee Allum will deliver an educational speech on transitioning, while Sapphire McIntosh (Channel 4 reporter, Fringe of Colour Performer 2021, Max Turner 3rd Prize 2022), Henry Moss (LGBTQ+ pick at VAULT Festival, 2020), Dian Cathal (Best of Brighton Fringe Comedy Award 2022 nominee) and Sam Roulston (Max Turner Prize 2023, West End New Comedian of the Year 2023) will also perform.

Other acts announced as part of the line up include spoken word artists Cleo Henry and Em Hunter, drag artist Solero Summers, and comedians Matthew Ali, Georgia Thorp and Leigh Douglas.

Join us to journey for three hours of epic laughter with the best stand-up acts around. Between the belly laughs, we'll also have inspiring spoken word artists sharing their experiences with queer identities.

And there’s more! We'll be welcoming all attendees with free popcorn. Because what's a laughter-filled evening without some delicious treats?

This event is open to everyone aged 16 and above (fair warning, some of the jokes might be a bit spicy!) and best of all, it's absolutely FREE!

Tickets are currently SOLD OUT but keep checking as some may become available.

Wembley Park Pride 2023

And the Pride celebrations in Wembley Park don’t end here! Don’t miss the return of our Pride Progress flag banners along Olympic Way, welcoming all visitors to Wembley Park throughout the month.


  1. Is Wembley Park Pride free?

    Yes, Wembley Park is 100% free but tickets must be booked. You can do that below.

  2. Is Wembley Park Pride suitable for all ages?

    No. Wembley Park Pride 2023 is for 16+ only. Anyone under 16 (even if accompanied with an adult) will not be allowed into the event.

  3. Is Wembley Park Pride accessible?

    Yes, all event areas are accessible.

  4. Is there parking available?

    Yes, we recommend Red Parking, but you can check out all of Wembley Park's parking areas here.

  5. Is there anywhere I can get a coffee or some food to enjoy?

    Of course! Plenty of Wembley Park's restaurants and coffee shops are offering takeaway options. You can view them all here.

  6. Are toilets open?

    Yes! You can find toilets in London Designer Outlet and Brent Civic Centre.


Excited? So are we! Whilst we eagerly await Wembley Park Pride, why not check out some past free events in held Wembley Park. Make sure you follow us on socials @wembleyparkldn

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