The London Gay Men's Chorus is Europe's largest male-voice choir and is coming to Prague to celebrate the 5th Annual Prague Pride and present a unique concert against homophobia. Since 1991, the choir has been a voice for LGBT people around the world.
The audience will enjoy an eclectic mix of music from pop to show tunes to classical and everything in between. For this one-night only performance, the LGMC brings 130 men to partner with the Doodles, Prague's gay men's chorus for a spectacular night of music, fun, and brotherhood.
The weeklong program offers something for everyone. The Pride Village will be open daily and is the main meeting point of the festival, located on the beautiful Strelecky island right next to the famous Charles Bridge. Here you can get general information about the festival and also watch LGBT movies, play sports, relax and enjoy various performances.
Of course Prague Pride would not be complete without its famous parties. Dirty Dirty Dancing on Friday 14 August will welcome London's top DJs Josh Caffe and Borja Peňa. The Official Afterparty on Saturday 15 August in club Roxy will host Hoxton Whores from the UK, Marcelo de Lazari from Brazil, Jonty Skrufff & Fidelity Kastrow from Berlin, Michael Burian from Prague and many, many more.
On a more serious matter Prague Pride will offer space for debates and culture in the Pride House and Pride Theatre. Prague Pride visitors are given an extra week of the exhibition of the contemporary British artist Roger Hiorns at the Rudolfinum gallery . The Wenceslas Square will host the photo exhibition “Homophobia in Russia” by the World Press Photo 2015 winner Mads Nissen. On Friday 14 August the London Gay Men's Chorus will perform at the National Theatre, while on that same day the Pride Village will see the world premiere of the dance Dogtown by Israeli choreographer Nadar Rosano.
Don't miss it; this festival is for everyone!