Stephen Fry, Nick Grimshaw, Munroe Bergdorf and Drag Race UK's Tia Kofi are just some of the stars set to appear at this year's National Student Pride.
The student-led LGBTQ Pride festival, which usually takes place at London's University of Westminster, is set to take place digitally from 19-25 April this year, with a specific l focus on four vital issues: mental health, women, trans education and Black Lives Matter.
Featuring star-studded interviews, discussion panels and game shows, as well as the UK's largest LGBTQ careers fair, National Student Pride 2021 is set to deliver the community experience many queer students have been deprived of this year.
Nick Grimshaw and Aimee Phillips (Image: James Kelly)
Among the highlights will be a rare interview with It's a Sin star and recent Attitude Icon Award recipient Stephen Fry on Monday 19 April, as well as an hour-long show hosted by BBC Radio 1's Nick Grimshaw and BFF Aimee Phillips on Wednesday 21 April from 7pm.
Meanwhile, queen of daytime TV Lorraine Kelly will be joined by Drag Race UK stars Lawrence Chaney and Tia Kofi for the campest of online quizzes, 'Cheers, Queers!' on Sunday 25 April from 7pm.
Lorraine Kelly (Image: Connor Clinch)
Joining team captains Lawrence and Tia will be will be comedian, actress and writer Suzi Ruffell, and author and activist Charlie Craggs, with more contestants still to be announced.
Plus, Attitude will be hosting our own panel discussion on mental health and the loneliness and isolation felt by LGBTQ people over the past 12 months on Monday 19 April.
The full line-up for the panel is set to be revealed soon, but we can tell you it already includes two former Attitude cover stars and a Drag Race winner.
National Student Pride takes place digitally from 19-25 April. Register to take part free here.