A welcoming & safe space for LGBTQIA+ sports fans, athletes and allies at the Guernsey 2023 Island Games
There’s plenty to see and do at Pride House. We're here to spark conversation, celebrate success and promote a happy, healthy and active LGBTQIA+ community.
Watch the live action on screens at Pride House - all day, every day.
Be part of the action and cheer on your island team! Guernsey 2023 events will be screened at Pride House situated in The Market Buildings, GY1 1AE - all day, every day.
Monday - Friday 12.30pm- 1.30pm
We're bringing together athletes, coaches, and fans for a series of talks focused on LGBTIQ+ representation in sport - expect personal stories and experiences to spark conversation and stimulate debate. Talks take place at Pride House situated in The Market Buildings, GY1 1AEBook tickets
Pride House is a family-friendly space, where kids can hang out during the day.
Kids can take part in the Gay Games and watch any of the live streamed events that we are showing from the Island Games. We will have members from the Youth Commission and Action for Children at the Pride House to help out.
Daily at George Crossan Gallery, Inner Street, The Market Buildings, GY1 1AE
Learn more about the rights of LGBTQ+ people from the islands taking part in this years' games. The exhibition will feature photographs featuring each island and telling the stories of competing LGBTQ+ athletes from around the world.
12pm onwards Daily
Fun & inclusive, daily competitions such as Waste the Rainbow (skittles), Uni-Curl, Giant Jenga, Cock-a-hoop and more games. All Gay Games take place at Pride House situated in The Market Buildings, GY1 1AE
Every night from 6.30pm (entertainment starts a different times from 7pm)
Most evenings after the races have been won and the medals awarded, Pride House gets ready to sparkle. After Hours is at Pride House situated in The Market Buildings, GY1 1AE
Pride in Sport
Join the athletes and sports teams lacing up in support by wearing rainbow laces and sweatbands.
Pick up your laces at locations across the islands including Beau Sejour, KGV and at most of the Island Games sporting venues.
About Pride House Guernsey
A welcoming and safe space for athletes, supporters and allies to come together, watch livestreams of the Games, celebrate diversity and inclusion, attend educational talks and take part in our Gay Games. Visit the art exhibition and join us each evening at Pride House Guernsey ‘After Hours’.View Events
Inspiring Islanders is the motto of this year's games, and our aim is to inspire the local LGBTIQ+ community to support Guernsey 2023 and promote the benefits of participating in sport.
We may be the first Pride House in the Channel Islands, but we’re taking inspiration from Pride Houses across the world. The first Pride House took place during the 2010 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games. Since then, there have been 21 Pride Houses in 15 countries, supporting international sporting events such as the Olympics, Commonwealth Games, European Championships and the Women’s World Cup. The NatWest International Island Games 2023 is another first.
You can find Pride House Guernsey in Market Buildings, in the centre of St Peter Port, just a short walk from the bus terminus. All buses go to the terminus, so you can reach us from wherever you are.