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We were delighted to be back outside Cardiff City Hall for the first in-person Pride Cymru event since 2019. This year’s theme, #UniqueAndUnited, highlighted the importance of coming together to celebrate our individual identities while ensuring inclusion for all parts of the community. In a year when celebrating 50 years of Pride coincided with a rise in anti-trans rhetoric, we made sure to loudly and proudly declare that there is no LGBTQ+ with the T. 

On Saturday 28th August, Pride Cymru’s giant trans flag will be coming home to take the lead in our parade through Cardiff city centre, after its annual tour of Pride celebrations all over the UK.

Now in its fifth year, the Devils’ Pride game will take place on 26 February 2022.

Here at Pride Cymru, we celebrate painting with all the colours of the rainbow! This summer, we partnered with St Fagans Museum and local artist Megan Jones to launch a colouring activity that celebrated diversity and inclusion in Wales.

Comedian and television presenter Joel Dommett will be hitting the stage in support of LGBT+ communities across Wales, as Pride Cymru and Glee Club partner up again for Wales’ largest celebration of diversity and inclusion. Joel will be performing as part of an array of comedy talent including local and national acts.