Herts Pride is Hertfordshire’s biggest LGBTQIA+ celebration, and it includes a variety of performances
Herts Pride gives people a chance to raise awareness about the issues affecting their community, but it is also about “having fun, connecting with others, and feeling a sense of belonging”. The day event will be filled with stalls, a funfair as well as a lineup of acts to keep residents entertained throughout.
The UK’s most prestigious Elton John Tribute starring Rob Taylor as Sir Elton John sounded spot on.
Jodie’s been in numerous West-End and major musical theatre productions including playing ‘Nancy’ opposite Ron Moody himself as ‘Fagin’ in his last ever run on a theatre stage in ‘Oliver!’ Even touring with the ‘National Youth Music Theatre’ productions with a main vocal part as chosen by Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber!
Alfie Ordinary is a multi-talented, award-winning drag artist, compere and DJ.
There were other acts too which we did not get to see, we missed the headline act – The Honeyz. We would also want to thank the events organiser for being very welcoming and allowing us to cover the event.
Herts Pride includes people of every race and faith, whether they are disabled or able-bodied and all sexualities and genders, including lesbian, gay, bisexual, asexual, queer, questioning, intersex, transexual, genderqueer, gender variant or non-binary as well as straight and cis allies.