Pride 2022: LGBT+ events in Edinburgh and how to get involved this Pride Month

Watch more of our videos on Shots! 
and live on Freeview channel 276
Visit Shots! now
Celebrate Pride Month in Edinburgh with these events this June.

This Pride month, there's plenty to get stuck into in the Scottish capital. From intimate events to the large-scale Pride March at the end of the month, Edinburgh is back to celebrating Pride in full after two years away due to the pandemic.

Here’s an ongoing list of Pride events in Edinburgh in 2022.

Hide Ad
Hide Ad

Edinburgh Pride events for 2022

Bi: The Hidden Culture, History & Science of Bisexuality with Julia Shaw, Friday June 3rd at Assembly Roxy, 2 Roxburgh Place

A book reading and discussion around bisexuality with author Dr Julia Shaw and Hannah Lavery.

Pride History Tours, June 10th-25th, The Real Mary King’s Close

"Exclusive tours to celebrate Pride Month at The Real Mary King’s Close.”

Hide Ad
Hide Ad
Pride marchers march up the Royal Mile in Edinburgh. Photo: Andrew Milligan/PA.Pride marchers march up the Royal Mile in Edinburgh. Photo: Andrew Milligan/PA.
Pride marchers march up the Royal Mile in Edinburgh. Photo: Andrew Milligan/PA.

Pride for All: an accessible Pride party, Sunday June 19th at Assembly Roxy, 2 Roxburgh Place

"A day of accessible events for LGBT+ people of all ages to celebrate Pride in Edinburgh.”

Kweer Kraft Market - PRIDE EDITION!, Thursday June 23rd, Kafe Kweer, St Peter’s Buildings

"Featuring the best of local queer crafters, you can expect jewellery, prints, postcards, stickers, clothing, eco-wear and much more!”

Pride Edinburgh, Saturday 25th June

Hide Ad
Hide Ad

For the 25th year and after two years off due to the pandemic, Pride Edinburgh makes a return this year for its march through the city. The march will start at 12.30 outside the Scottish Parliament and follow this route:

Scottish Parliament Green (by Horse Wynd) – Ahead to the Royal Mile – The Canongate – St Mary’s Street – Cowgate – Candlemaker Row – Bristo Place – Potterrow – Crichton Street – Charles Street – Arrival into the EUSA Campus

Related topics:

Comment Guidelines

National World encourages reader discussion on our stories. User feedback, insights and back-and-forth exchanges add a rich layer of context to reporting. Please review our Community Guidelines before commenting.