Hosted By Mr Fabulous!
West Lothian Pride are delighted to announce that the amazing presenter and multi award winner Mr Fabulous aka James Smith will once again be hosting our event this year.
When Mr Fabulous isn’t live on Scene Radio he is hosting events or supporting charities and organisations like Children 1st and Parent Network Scotland. James is an amazing role model and advocate of LGBT rights, huge thanks again from the team @WLothianPride for being our host at #WLPRIDE2019
ABBA A Rival
Abba A-Rival is an explosive Abba Tribute show packed with all your favourite Abba hits. With sensational singing, talented musicians, choreographed dance routines and authentic costumes they are one of the most glamorous young Abba Tributes out there, they bring back Abba as they were in their glamorous heyday as 70s icons.
This dynamic Glasgow based Tribute to Abba have toured all over the world including Russia, Israel, Canada and Europe. With a team of West End standard singers and musicians including founder member and band leader Leona Marie who has had 3 top 40 hits, supported and sang with many famous names and been in the BGT semi finals to mention but a few of her achievements.
LOXIE are made up of Teah McCafferty (15) and Holly Thornton (17) from Cambuslang and Emily Downie (16) from East Kilbride.
The trio met at the Shona Halford’s Musical Theatre School in East Kilbride and decided to form a group together.
“They just seem to light up the area wherever they perform , with everyone smiling and enjoying themselves."
“They are a great feel good factor"
"Loxie are a 3 piece girlband. Fantastic three part harmonies, and have a wow factor when they perform"
James Hughes is a 20 year old singer and songwriter from a small town in Scotland called Shotts. James is best known for his energetic and soulful performances on the hit talent show The X Factor. James got all the way to Nicole Sherzingers judges house in Nice, since the X Factor James has continued to perform at Pride events and volunteers as a spokesperson for LGBT and equality in schools throughout the country.
Feels Like Thursday
Miss Tish Ewe
Playwright, performer, transwoman, father & grandma. Author of about 80 plays, parent of two beautiful daughters. In love with life. Hoping the best, always...
Stefan Hoggan is an accomplished retired para swimmer, triathlete, Open University student, TV personality, swimming coach and proud Fifer. With a career full of stellar achievements already at only 25 years old, he is one of Scotland’s youngest role models and champions for young people, especially young LGBTI and disabled people.
Stefan was born with his lower right arm missing but it has never stopped him doing anything he puts his mind to. As an avid fan of social media, a particular source of pride for Stefan includes being officially verified on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram