Pride House 2012

Pride House 2012 during the London Olympics:

  • Pride House 2012 was a place: CA House on Limehouse Basin from 3 to 7 and 12 August.
  • Pride House 2012 was a festival with events at CA House and throughout London from 3 to 12 August.

Thanks to the partners in Pride House 2012, the many volunteers, and our hundreds of visitors to Pride House and participants in the Pride House Festival, and special thanks to Lou Englefield and Pride Sports, without whom Pride House 2012 would not have existed!


PRIDE HOUSE 2012 IS OVER
BUT THE GAMES AREN’T!
Who are the LGBT Paralympic athletes, coaches and support staff?
THE PRIDE HOUSE CONCEPT CONTINUES
The partners in Pride House 2012 and many others will continue to promote LGBT visibility at international sports events
and in particular at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia!


 Where is Pride House 2012? – How to get to Pride House 2012?


Who’s out and who’s on? Olympic events to follow today (NCRM)
How are the out Olympians doing? (Outsports)


New sponsors:

Barefoot Wines and NASUWT, the Teachers’ Union
Media partners:
Pink Sixty News and Gay Star News


Pride Sports UK in collaboration with the European Gay and Lesbian Sport Federation, the Federation of Gay Games Gay and Lesbian International Sport AssociationLGBT London, Phoenix FC, the Pride House Foundation,and many other local, national and international clubs and organisations, is pleased to announce the launch of Pride House 2012, a welcoming space for all athletes, staff, spectators and friends of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Pride House 2012 will be open to all from 3 to 7 August at CA House, located on the beautiful Limehouse Basin, with the Pride House festival continuing in various London venues through 12 August, the day of the Olympic closing ceremony.

Pride House 2012 will celebrate sport for all while bringing together all members and friends of the worldwide LGBT community to view live screenings of London 2012 events and discuss relevant LGBT and sports-related topics, with exhibits, photos, and videos celebrating LGBT sport. The varied programme will also include live music from London LGBT music groups, receptions, two sports days, and more.

Featured in Pride House 2012 will be an exhibition provided courtesy the European Gay and Lesbian Sports Federation entitled Against the Rules.

My visit to Pride House during the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics was a major influence on my public coming out, and the support I received after doing so was overwhelming. Yet, there is still a lack of LGBT based role-models in sport. I believe it is important for everyone, and especially young people, to see that no matter whom you are or where you come from, you can still succeed and reach your highest levels. The legacy from Pride House 2012 for future Olympic Games will make a difference!
— Blake Skjellerup, Olympic speed skater and Gay Games and Pride House Foundation Ambassador

Learn more about the partners in Pride House 2012 HERE.

pridehouse2012.org
facebook.com/pridehouse2012
@ThePrideHouse
#PrideHouse2012 


Contact
For information about Pride House 2012:
Lou Englefield
lou@pridesports.org.uk
Tel: +44 (0)7949 604 610
For comments about this website:
pridehouse2012@gmail.com


Where is Pride House 2012?
Pride House 2012 is at CA House, Narrow Street, Limehouse Basin, London (Limehouse DLR and National Rail)
How to get to Pride House 2012?