Entertainment

Great Western Railway Main Stage

Oxford Castle Quarter

hosted by Dickie Graylin and Lady B

12:00 DJ Phil Bacon gets Pride Day started with tunes on the GWR Main Stage hosted by Lady B and Dickie Graylin.

13:00 Bertie Scott alt-pop songwriter, named as one of BBC artists to watch out for in 2019 and described as ‘electro-pop with hooks you’ll be remembering for weeks’.

13:30 Kyle Finn singer/songwriter performing since 2008. His first single ‘Pisceon (Tonight)’ was released 2018 and was all over the UK Pride scene with a mix of chart and party hits. He also supported Sinitta at HK Pink Season.

14:00 Tyla synth-pop & electro-pop songwriter/ singer in Oxford, draws on the darker side of life for inspiration with influences such as Lady Gaga, Lorde, Billie Eilish & Marilyn Manson.

14:30 Lucy Whittaker - punchy urban pop sound, teamed with energetic performances. Her debut single reached #1 on the Hype Machine ‘Popular on Twitter’ chart and her 2017 release ‘I’m Not Ever Coming Back Again’ charted at #12 in the UK Viral 50 chart.

15:00 Ronan Parke was runner up on Britain’s Got Talent 2011 aged 12, where he stole the hearts of the audience performing ‘Feeling Good’. Now aged 20, Ronan has grown into a new voice and launched a new original album, ‘Found My Way’.

15:30 My Winehouse - The Official Amy Winehouse tribute. Voted UK No.1 three consecutive times and hailed as one of Britain’s best tributes by The Sunday Times and The Stage. Since 2007 she’s been recognised as the most authentically natural. “Laura is the best tribute to my Amy, go and see her.” - Janis Winehouse.

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16:15 Passmore soulful gritty pop singer/songwriter from Blackpool was a contestant on BBC’s Talent show “Let it Shine” where he performed with Mel C from the Spice Girls. Recently in the US to work on tracks for upcoming album with New York producer “M” Enjoy new sounds and stories with powerful moving vocals that ‘originate never imitate’.

16:45 Night Ride return bringing their electronic-pop to rock the Pride stage. From outfits tailored to their songs, some that light up and interact with the music, to the custom light shows they program; their live shows are filled with energy and pack a punch.

17:15 Donna Marie is the world’s No.1 multi-award winning Lady Gaga tribute and lookalike. She’s a TV judge and in The 100 on BBC’s All Together Now. Check out her new production show ‘A Star Is Born This Way’ touring from August 2019.

Leiden Square Community Stage

Entertainment includes Out of the Blue, Handy Voices and other local acts