Brighton Pride: The Best Bits

Team DIVA's favourite moments at this year's Brighton Pride. It's Britney, b*tch... πŸŽ‰


Britney doing her thing. photo: danielle mustarde.


If you haven't already heard/been bombarded with "It's Britney, bitch" videos and GIFs, Brighton Pride Festival officially kicked off on Saturday with the largest, brightest and most diverse Brighton Pride Community Parade, ever.



Taking on the theme, Colour My World, the Community Parade was the most well-attended Brighton Pride Parade thus far, with over 300,000 people participating and lining the route to help the LGBTQ+ community and allies celebrate love, diversity and inclusion in Brighton and across the rest of the country.


Approximately 90,000 Pride-goers enjoyed the events taking place across the day in Preston Park, the Pride Village Party, and the Pleasure Gardens. 


Brighton’s streets were full to bursting with rainbow-clad, glitter-covered folk from Brighton and Hove and further afield in what was a true testament to this year's Colour My World theme. Lovely, eh?


Now, want to see some of #TeamDIVA's favourite bits? We thought so... πŸ’•










Beach, bests and Britney.... what a lovely weekend that was ✨

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See you there next year, yeah? πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰


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