Hull Pride 2017, Hull Daily Mail © Benjamin Blosse

Pop-In-Pride, Pride in Hull

Encouraging intergenerational and intersectional storytelling of LGBTQIA+ life, Pride in Hull invites LGBTQIA+ people, friends and allies to come together to find out more about the scene in Hull and the wider community. If you’ve ever wondered about the different flags and what they mean, or fancy discovering something new in an informal, welcoming setting, this is the place for you.

With the opportunity to share experiences, find out how to get support, buy a Pride wristband or just enjoy the ambience, Pride in Hull uses visibility, inclusivity and community to invite people of all ages, genders and sexual orientations to ask questions and explore some local LGBTQIA+ artwork.

“It seems such a long time since we had a chance to get together in the name of Pride. Come and join us in our Creative Hull inspired LGBTQIA+ safe space. Add your comments to our pride wall and catch up with all things gender identity and sexual orientation in the city.” – Pride in Hull

Following the cancellation of Pride due to the pandemic, Pop-In-Pride welcomes you to join in and get involved – we’ve certainly missed hanging out together.

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Nearest toilets and baby changing facilities can be found on Outlet Level 3.

Creative Hull will be taking place under the current government guidelines. Hand sanitiser will be available at each event, and if the event is indoors, you must wear a mask unless you’re exempt or under the age of eleven. If you are exempt, please let a member of our team know.

Social distancing will be in place, and we will manage the capacity of each venue on an individual basis. We ask that you visit us with your household or your support bubble.

Please listen to our instructions to help us keep each other safe.


Friday 16 – Sunday 18 July


Fri-Sat – 10am-8pm

Sun – 10am-4pm


Princess Quay, Level 2, HU1 2NL
(Beverley Gate entrance, to the left of Claire’s Accessories)

No booking required