Pride in Hull is a registered charity, run by a small but perfectly formed committee of volunteers on a not-for-profit basis. Members of the team have been involved in Pride in the city since the very first event, which was (incredibly!) almost 20 years ago.
It’s been quite a journey. The very first Pride happened out of an urgent need for LGBT+ representation in the city. It took place in Queen’s Gardens – a ramshackle bunch with a really loud sound system and an awful lot of enthusiasm.
In 2018, Hull Pride welcomed 50,000 people to the party… (that’s a fifth of the population of the entire city!)… as well as Bright Light Bright Light, SuRie, Girls Aloud’s Nadine Coyle and drag megastar Adore Delano
Hull Pride is the second biggest cultural event in Hull and… not to brag, it’s the biggest free Pride event in the whole country.
The remit of our event is simple. We’re here to celebrate the LGBT+ community with our friends and allies. We’re here to celebrate diverse sexualities and genders. We’re here to uplift communities. We’re here to tell people that they do fit in here. And we do it with a great big massive parade, equal parts protest and party.
Hull Pride 2019
That’s Amore is a small, family run restaurant located in the heart of Willerby, Kingston upon Hull. Owner Jose aspires to bring you excellent service and the finest homemade food in a warm & friendly ambience. Pizza, pasta, risotto, steak, fish & poultry dishes are all freshly made to order. Ever changing Blackboard Specials reflect the freshest seasonal produce.
Classic Italian or traditional British? We also serve delicious home cooked British Sirloin Beef or Pork Roast with Yorkshire Pudding every Sunday.
Originally known as the White Horse this large city centre pub is now called the Star. It caters for a mixed group of drinkers during the day and operates as a late night venue which is very popular with the LGBT community.