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Pride in Seven Dials

Celebrate Pride throughout the streets of Seven Dials.

Pride in Seven Dials
Pride in Seven Dials

Celebrating the LGBTQ+ community in Seven Dials

Pride celebrations may have been cancelled for the past couple of years, but this summer they are back with a bang to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Pride in London. The Pride parade will be taking place on Saturday 2nd July, but if you’re heading to the capital throughout June or are working up your itinerary for the big day, then why not celebrate within the streets of Seven Dials?

From an exclusive Pride themed shot at St Martin’s House, where 50p of every shot bought will be donated to the Raze Collective charity, to discounts galore at Adorn The Common with 10% off selected Pride products, there is plenty going on around the Dial throughout Pride month. Scroll down to see more information on all our offers and events!

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Tatty Devine, Monmouth Street

Looking for a special gift that makes a difference this Pride? Independent British jeweller Tatty Devine is selling their brilliant Pride-osaur Dinosaur Statement Necklace for a second summer in a row! Go big with this signature laser cut acrylic necklace, re-imagined in the colours of the Progress Pride flag. Plus, £60 from each sale will also be donated to the Not A Phase charity, who support the lives of trans+ adults across the UK.

Make sure you head down to their Monmouth Street store to purchase one this Pride month.

St Martin's House - Upper St Martin's Lane

Looking for somewhere to have a Pride themed alcoholic drink this month? St Martin’s House has added an exclusive Pride themed shot to their menu called ‘Perform and Pride’, which is a combination of grenadine, passion fruit, midori and pea flower infused absinthe, mixed with homemade flavoured sugar.

Not only that, 50p from every shot bought over Pride month will be donated to queer performing arts charity Raze Collective!


Radisson Blu Edwardian Mercer St Hotel, Mercer Street

In celebration of Pride in London, Radisson Blu Edwardian Hotel is lighting up Monmouth Street with the colours of the rainbow, exclusively on the day of the Pride parade!

Head down to the dial on the 2nd July to enjoy all the Pride festivities and take a look!

Adorn The Common, Monmouth Street

It’s tens across the board at Adorn The Common! For Pride month, they’re offering 10% discounts for 10 days from the 24th June – 3rd July. The offer is available on selected Pride inspired products, including a selection of art books, ceramics and jewelery from gay owned brands and gay artists. Make sure you get there quickly, as it’s whilst stocks last.

As well as this, they are serving free drinks on the 2nd of July, courtesy of the Miami Cocktail company!

Stretch Inc, Short's Gardens

Fancy improving your flexibility and quality of movement over Pride month? In celebration of the LGBTQ+ community Stretch Inc’s expert Stretchologists are offering any first time clients a 15% discount on their first stretch over the month of June!

Head to their website here or visit their Short’s Gardens store to book in your discounted stretch.

Good, Neal Street

Looking for a colourful outfit for Pride celebrations in London? Good are offering a 10% discount on any item under £100, and 15% off any item over £100, exclusively for Pride month!

All you have to do to redeem is quote ‘Pride’ at the till.


Apple Butter, Monmouth Street

Why not make your Pride month extra sweet? Iconic cosy café Apple Butter has an array of tasty Pride themed treats for you to indulge in, from cakes in all the colours of the rainbow, to their ever changing delicious pancakes with an added Pride themed twist.

Head down to their Monmouth Street cafe and give them a try!


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