Friday is officially DIVA Day at the Pride in London pop-up shop

#PrideInLondon #LoveHappensHere


Pride in London


For the first time ever, Pride in London has its very own pop-up shop right in the heart of Soho. And, even more excitingly, this Friday is officially DIVA Day!


That’s right, for one day only Team DIVA will be taking over so why not pop into the pop-up and say hi? We’ll be selling copies of our latest issue, starring YouTube sensation Shannon Beveridge, along with back issues at a special discounted price so you can complete your collection.


The Pride in London Pop-Up is the perfect one-stop shop to get completely sorted with all your Pride needs. You can grab your festival event tickets, Pride wristbands and nab some awesome discounts. There will also be a fab selection of special celebratory Pride in London merch, including the dazzling new #LoveHappensHere range. You can also be a part of the #LoveHappensHere notes project. For a small donation, you can write your own unique message of love to be displayed in the window.


The Pride in London Pop-up is more than just a rainbow-lover’s paradise. It’s "a community hub providing a safe space for anyone who wants to find out more about Pride". Keep an eye on the Pride in London Twitter page @LondonLGBTPride to find out about all the amazing events and workshops planned.


The Pride in London pop-up shop is open daily 11am-7pm until 9 July at 18 Broadwick Street W1F 8HS. DIVA will be there Friday 30 June.


Only reading DIVA online? You're missing out. For more news, reviews and commentary, check out the latest issue. It's pretty badass, if we do say so ourselves. // //

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