Wales Wide Virtual Pride

Keeping Qymru Connected

We may be out of the closet, and still in the house but that doesn’t mean our much-celebrated Welsh Pride Season stops while we wait for that lonely Lockdown to lift. 

The queer party is still very much on thanks to LGBTQymru – with our first ever Wales Wide Virtual Pride all set for the weekend of July 24th and 25th

This unique online event will celebrate the whole of our community across the whole of our country, bringing together all those living the LGBTQ+ life, and our allies too of course! 

Pride Season with its events throughout the season are the highlight of the queer calendar. And with our community feeling even more disconnected and dispersed, as we see our social events suffering those Corona Virus cancellations, now is the time to show solidarity. 

LGBTQymru aims to do just that, and is calling on all Prides, LGBTQ+ community groups, charities, acts, organisations, and anyone else who wants to get involved, to please come join us. 

Wales Wide Virtual Pride will be a weekend of fun, entertainment, information, and education for all the family. The two-dayer, which will see a variety of acts from music to make up tutorials, is free for all to watch, and take part in – across Wales, and wider. 

Part of what makes the LGBTQ+ community in Wales so special is its visibility, talent, and readiness, to make sure everyone is connected, even in the most difficult of times. 

Thanks to those Welsh Prides, including Barry, Bangor, Rhondda, Llantwit Major, and Swansea – plus other groups too, including Glitter Cymru who have already signed up to make this something special. 

LGBTQymru, an enthusiastic and energetic collective of respected LGBT+ activists and allies, want the weekender to showcase the best of our cohesive community.

Steering Group Chair Bleddyn Harris, said: ‘Our mission to create unified approach to Pride across Wales. With a wider focus being on celebration and education, we really want to connect the fabulous LGBTQ+ community of Wales and, during a time where we’ve maybe never felt further apart, bring us all together, all across Wales, all at once.’ 

If you would like to join this illustrious list and support LGBTQymru, please email our team here.

#LGBTQymru #WalesWideVirtualPride

Wales Wide Virtual Pride is a free event run by a not for profit organisation who believe in giving back to our community. If you can help with any donation, or sponsorship, please visit our Go Fund Me page.

Find out much, much more, about our fabulous
Fundraiser by following us on all the Socials. Click here to get the first-everWales Wide Virtual Pride in the Diary.

LGBTQymru, are a collective of passionate activists and allies dedicated to keeping our community connected – especially in these uncertain Corona Virus times.


Sue Vincent-Jones, is a Barry born journalist, editor, and communications specialist. Writing as Mrs SVJ, she blogs about Barry – and her life in the wider world, through the eyes of a, quirky and queer, local girl done good.

One of Wales Arts Review 100 Women Writers of Wales, the Style of the City columnist, and Barry Magazine contributor, will keep you “informed, entertained and inspired.”

An award-winning queer activist, dedicated community supporter and passionate arts lover, Mrs SVJ is a founding member of LGBTQymru. #TheGlovesAreOn Charity Chair, Media Lead for Cadstock Music Festival. And a strong supporter of the Vale’s Stand Up to Racism Group.

Mrs SVJ, Barry’s Boldest Blogger, can be contacted here.