🌈 London's highest Pride extravaganza!

Celebrate Pride at the top of the UK's tallest building




Celebrate the first ever Pride In London month at The View from The Shard with an exclusive Extravaganza held on the capital’s tallest viewing platform!


From 10pm on the 23 of June, this amazing celebration — held in an equally breath-taking setting  gives you and your's the chance to party proudly with Pride In London late into the night at the city’s highest hotspot.



Don’t forget to take the ultimate selfie under the rainbow archway on the open-air Skydeck, where you’ll be exposed to the sounds and elements of the city below, in place until early July.


Watch the city sparkle whilst enjoying live cabaret from drag queen Michael Twaits and performances from stage and theatre legend Mzz Kimberley, plus #PridesGotTalent 2017 winner Toby Corton and his band.


And on top of that? There'll even be a DJ who'll will keep you dancing til the early hours at the highest Pride celebration you'll ever attend.


Tickets start from £39 and there’s a complimentary cocktail thrown in to get your night started — with proceeds from the event supporting Pride In London.


When: 23 June 2018

Time: 10pm-2am

Where: The View from The Shard, London

Nearest station: London Bridge Station


To find our more and to book tickets click here ðŸŒˆâ€‹ðŸŒˆâ€‹ðŸŒˆâ€‹



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