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Out & Proud Photographic Exhibition at Waltham Forest Pride

Updated: Aug 15, 2023

We are extremely excited to be taking part in Waltham Forest Pride on Saturday, 29 Jul 2023 between 12:00 - 20:00 at Fellowship Square, Walthamstow, E17 4JF.

Time To Talk Waltham Forest is proud to support the ground-breaking Out & Proud photography project by distinguished photographer Peter Mirow.

Out & Proud celebrates LGBTQIA+ people who have struggled with their mental health. Each portrait is of a subject that has struggled with their sexuality and their mental health as a result and behind each subject is the colours in a dust-like appearance of the Pride flag that they most relate to.

Peter is an established photographer and this is the second project to be funded by Time To Talk Waltham Forest after the successful Who Are 1 in 4 series.

elop is hosting Waltham Forest Pride 2023 and it will take place in Fellowship Square on 29 July 2023 from 12 pm – 8 pm.

The event will include a range of stalls providing information, things for sale, face painting, taster sessions, and activities for children. Food and drink will be available to buy.

Hear from local activists, local political speakers and a range of performances, including Bollyqueer dancers, local poets, Bi Curious George, (drag king), Mayumi Fukiko, Juliet and her Regrets, Drag thing Double Act, and ending with the London Gay Big Band.

Come along for what will be a family-friendly joyful day of celebration with plenty of activities for children too!

This is a free event but is ticketed. Wristbands will be given on entry so that it is possible to leave and re-enter. No entry without a ticket.

We would like to thank Mind and Co-Op Partnership in helping to fund this event for Waltham Forest Time to Talk.

Access details

Fellowship square is on one level and there is ramped access to Assembly Hall/ and the Town Hall. There are accessible toilets in Assembly Hall and Town Hall. More information can be found here

Blue Badge holders can park in resident bays in local streets and there is some parking available on site for blue badge holders (this is limited as there is building work taking place). Contact if you want to discuss parking on site.

About Time To Talk Waltham Forest

We campaign to end mental health stigma and discrimination in the borough through events, talks and training. You can find out more about getting involved by emailing us at

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