Watch again: London celebrates 50 years of Pride with first parade since pandemic

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London celebrated the 50th Pride parade with a show on the road back for the first time since 2019 and thousands of people joining the march.

The capital’s first Pride took place in 1972 and its 50th parade will feature performances across four stages around central London.

Singer-songwriter Emeli Sandé, 2018 Eurovision winner Netta, and pop and soul singer Samantha Mumba will take to the stages.

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