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14:18 | 29th March 2017

News: UK

Mon 5 Jul, 2010
By Danielle Carter


A packed crowd watched acts including Kym Mazzelle and the Dame Edna Experience.

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Pride London on Saturday was attended by over one million people.

The parade that took place in tempratures over 30 degrees was headed up by Boris Johnson, Mayor of London and original members of the Gay Liberation Front.

The parade came into Trafalgar Square where a packed crowd watched acts including Kym Mazzelle and the Dame Edna Experience.

Comapring the show this year was Dr Christian Jessen, Stephen K Amos Kelly Wilde and Julian Bennett.



The theme of this years parade was 'Paint the Town Ruby Red' in celebration of the GLF anniversary.

 

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