London is set to become a sea of rainbows this weekend for the 46th annual Pride. Revellers will be able to enjoy live performances from the cast of West End show "Everybody's Talking About Jamie," the London Gay Men's Choir, and Australian drag queen and "Celebrity Big Brother" winner, Courtney Act, on the main stage in Trafalgar Square.

London Pride

The organisers of London Pride have also launched an app this year for festivalgoers to download, so they can access an updated schedule on the day and not miss any of the festivities. The event starts at 11.45 AM in Trafalgar Square with an introduction from the host, actor Michael Twaits.

There will also be stages in Leicester Square, Dean Street and a Family Stage in Golden Square and activities will be taking place on the community village green in Soho Square from 1 PM.

The parade

The main focal point of the day will be the parade starting off at 12 PM from Portland Place and it will head along Oxford Circus to Regent Street and Pall Mall, passing through Trafalgar Square and finishing in Whitehall. Expect camp crazy floats - the crazier the better.

Dublin Pride

Last weekend LGBTQ supported celebrated Pride in Dublin, Ireland, which is one of the largest Pride events in Europe, with over 60,000 revellers attending - a record number. It was a raucous, joyous, occasion as glittering disco floats made their way from St Stephen's square and through the streets of Southern Ireland's capital.

Corporate presence

According to the Irish Times, there was also a large corporate presence at the annual event. Airline Aer Lingus, recruitment giant Indeed, and Facebook, all showcased elaborate floats, and we can expect many more in London this weekend.

Indeed where ahead of the game with their show-stopping float and 350 employees from the company attended. Paul Wolfe, Indeed's SVP of HR, told me "Pride is a wonderful partnership for us, a global set of moments in time that our employees are extremely passionate about. We are so pleased to expand our commitment each year in such important inclusion areas."

More than 250 Aer Lingus employees, their friends, and families also took part in the parade. Mike Rutter, Aer Lingus Chief Operating Officer, told the Attitude Magazine that Aer Lingus is committed to creating a fully inclusive working environment that is fully inclusive that makes colleagues feel comfortable and confident in bringing their whole selves to work.'