Bi Pride UK announce date and brand new venue for 2024 in-person event.

Bi Pride UK are thrilled to announce their 2024 date and exciting new venue for this year’s event to start Bi+ Visibility Month a day early.

Sadly, biphobia continues to negatively impact the community, with over two thirds of folks identifying as bisexual having suffered from anxiety and depression due to negative stereotypes about their identity. This is why it’s still crucial for events like Bi Pride UK to take place – not only to bring together folks identifying under the bi+ umbrella, but also to raise awareness of the bi-specific issues and combat the erasure and stigma that is so detrimental to this community.

The University of West London, Ealing Campus, will play the new host to the event on Saturday 31st August 2024. Attendees will be treated to a variety of entertainment on the Main Stage, while discussion panels on a wide variety of bi+ topics will take place on the I Am Proud Stage. Stalls will fill the community hub, with various food and drink options being available for people of all dietary needs.

This year’s host also holds a special connection for the bi+ community as it was where the late great Freddie Mercury – the namesake for the campus’ student union bar, Freddie’s – attended university. The campus is also more accessible than previous Bi Pride UK venues, with almost all spaces on one level. Those on different levels are accessible via multiple lift routes.

Bi Pride 2023 was the largest bi+ event in the world, with over 1300 people in attendance. Multi-award-winning comedian Sophie Duker headlined the Main Stage. Accompanying her on the Main Stage was host and international award-winning Drag Queen, Lilly Snatchdragon, and included performances by Louis Cyfer, John Galea, The Pink Singers and more, as well as well known bi+ voices like Yasmin Benoit and Leanne Yau discussing important community-specific topics like asexuality and dating.

A Remembrance Space as well as the Simon Cremen Sensory Room will also appear once again for visitors in need of less energetic spaces.

The Simon Cremen Sensory Room was named after the late Simon Cremen, who previously volunteered as the organisation’s UK Prides Manager until his passing. He was a fierce ally of the bi and trans communities, and he was passionate about improving access for marginalised parts of those communities.


Bi Pride UK’s mission is to create spaces where people who experience attraction beyond gender can be freely visible and celebrate themselves and their identities. It’s not enough to be ‘welcome’ at a Pride. According to the 2021 census, bisexual and pansexual folks constitute almost half of those identifying as gay, lesbian or another sexual orientation (LGB+) in the UK, and yet we remain largely underrepresented in LGBTQ+ media and at events. Bi Pride UK has now been an official charity for five years and is the largest UK charity specifically for the bi+ community because we deserve to be visible and celebrated in our own right.

Representatives are available for interview.
Please send all press enquiries to Maria Eilersen ([email protected])

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