Pride 2017 – Headliners


Take a look below at our headliners joining us in Queens Gardens on 22nd July.

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Marc Almond

Internationally renowned for his acclaimed solo work as well as his career with Soft Cell, Marc will sing songs from his recently released greatest hits album 'Hits & Pieces', including Tainted Love and Something's Gotten Hold of My Heart.



Courtney Act

Courtney appeared on season six of the hit TV show RuPaul’s Drag Race and more recently starred in Little Mix’s latest music video ‘Power’ alongside fellow Drag Race alumnae Alaska and Willam, performing with LGBT advocate and certified Drag Race megafan Jade Thirlwall and the other Little Mix girls in the girl power anthem.  


Having sold 3 million albums worldwide, B*Witched’s first four singles, "C'est la Vie", "Rollercoaster", "To You I Belong" and "Blame It on the Weatherman" all debuted at number one on the UK singles chart. After their chart reign, the girls took a break fro the music industry before reforming for the Big Reunion on ITV and releasing an EP of new material Champagne or Guinness in 2014.




La Voix

La Voix has been performing in the UK for over a decade, but came to wider attention after competing in Britain’s Got Talent, where she was a semi-finalist. She was also RuPaul’s Drag Race UK Ambassador. She has performed her show in New York and in the West End and appeared in the Absolutely Fabulous movie.


As well as her classic Eurovision entry 'Better the Devil You Know', you can look forward to Sonia performing her number one smash 'You'll Never Stop Me Loving You' and over a decade of hits.




Known for their string of top 5 hits that began with the infectious sing-along classic ‘Cleopatra’s Theme’. Signed to Madonna’s Maverick record label when they were aged just 14, 16 and 18, the Higgins sisters supported the Spice Girls at the peak of their fame on the UK leg of the Spiceworld Tour and performed at the request of Pope John Paul II at the Vatican Christmas Carol Concert.

Seann Miley Moore

X-Factor star Seann Miley Moore who shot to fame on the 2015 series of the show with his spellbinding performances of David Bowie’s ‘Life on Mars’ and ‘California Dreaming’ by the The Mamas & The Papas. Seann’s enthusiastic and energetic performances had audiences captivated at Pride in Hull 2016 and we couldn't resist inviting him back this year.



Blonde Electra

Blonde Electra, whose time on the X-Factor caused a storm, despite being short-lived, with Now magazine calling them the ‘most controversial contestants ever’.

Bobby Mandrell

Legendary Hull drag performer, Bobby Mandrell.