Come join Pagan Pride Parade London 2019 (on 12th May’19)

London’s annual Pagan Pride Parade is the longest running Pagan Pride event in the world! Each year, Pagans of all paths, traditions and faiths, come together to make themselves known to the people of London and express their spirit of pride. With costumes, flags, banners, drums, and song, we march through the streets of London, … Continue reading Come join Pagan Pride Parade London 2019 (on 12th May’19)

TODAY: The Pagan Pride Parade London 2018 (20th anniversary)

This is the 20th Anniversary of the Pagan Pride Parade London! Sunday, 13th May 2018. 12 midday – 6pm Russell Square, London, WC1B 5, United Kingdom Nearest Tube: Russell Square (Piccadilly Line) This event is FREE Join us to celebrate Paganism in all its forms, by marching in the oldest Pagan Pride Parade in the … Continue reading TODAY: The Pagan Pride Parade London 2018 (20th anniversary)

Pagan Pride Parade 2014 – London *All Welcome* (22 June’14)

Pagan Pride Parade – is a free street-based public event.. where all the pagans, witches, wizards, druids, new agers and ordinary pagan folks come together …to celebrate their path…with a flamboyant parade. Previously organised by Jeanette Ellis for 13 years as part of Beltane Bash. Now being organised by The Atlantis Bookshop for the 3rd … Continue reading Pagan Pride Parade 2014 – London *All Welcome* (22 June’14)

Pagan Pride PARADE in streets of London

http://youtu.be/VKgTNCuCHUM

This is a video mini-documentary filmed at last year's pagan parade in London (Holborn) - an annual event that is no win its 18th year (previously organised by Jeanette Ellis who ran the Beltane Bash & Halloween festivals). Selina filmed and edited this, and I added the educational captions and annotations - explaining the use of masks, purpose magic etc. This year's parade is taking place on Sunday 24th June (in a few days). It assembles at Red Lion Square (Holborn) just outside Conway Hall, at 12noon, and will process through nearby streets, past British Museum, and end at a nearby park, where the fountain is...for a picnic. Being organised by the Atlantis Bookshop in London (oldest occult bookshop in London). Hope to see pagans ad friends there. -Mani