Dylan Parrin


Announcing #StillProud Festival

During these trying times, we need to come together, now more than ever. With the COVID-19 pandemic, many of us within the LGBT+ community are stuck without access to our friends, our community, or our safe LGBT+ venus or spaces […]

Mental Health Awareness Week


Pride Anthems Launched

Today we’ve launched Pride Anthems. Our next venture into combating the loss of Pride, community and events due to COVID-19. What is Pride Anthems? This is a new concept we’re trialing. An online music request channel playing the best in […]

Artist Callout – We Need You!

On Tuesday 31st March for Transgender Day of Visibility, Coventry Pride will go live with a Facebook Watch Party to celebrate our amazing transgender community, and we need your help! Coventry Pride would love to include your poetry, singing, music, paintings and anything in […]

Coventry LGBT+ Venues Closed

It is with great sadness to report that due to the on-going situation with COVID-19. Both of Coventry’s LGBT+ Venues Glamorous Coventry & The Yard Coventry will be closed after tonight for the foreseeable future 🏳‍🌈 The Yard Coventry is […]

Pride Postponed

Following Government advice on mass gatherings, social events, and the risk of COVID-19, we have had to take the unfortunate decision to postpone Coventry Pride 2020 and all Coventry Pride events (Coffee Mornings, YANA, etc) until further notice. The safety […]

We’re Award Winning!

Coventry Pride are proud to have won the Midland Zone Readers’ Silver Award for Best Midlands Pride Event! We are immensely proud of this achievement and would like to sincerely thank all of our fans, followers and allies for voting […]

Join our Volunteer Team

We’re looking for people to join our amazing team to help make Coventry Pride even bigger and better for 2020. Along with our new location (Broadgate) we’ve got some VERY exciting things to come – and we want you to […]

Coventry Pride Meet Cllr. Glenn Williams

Coventry Pride & Andrew Moffat (No Outsiders) Meet Cllr. Glenn Williams, Cllr. Allan Andrews & Cllr. Kevin Maton at the Council House on 21/01/2020 where Cllr. Glenn Williams formally apologises for his recent actions against the LGBT+ community.