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To celebrate the upcoming Pride Weekend, watch this video of the cast of The Lion King perform the song "Circle of Life" with London Gay Men's Chorus.
London Gay Men's Chorus was formed in 1991 after a small group of people decided to raise money for AIDS awareness by singing Christmas carols. Now, they are the largest gay choir in Europe and boasts over 200 members.
They joined the cast of The Lion King outside the Lyceum Theatre to perform the classic song from the musical, which was written by Sir Elton John. The musical has been running at the Lyceum Theatre since 1999.
London Pride festival began on 24 June, and culminate with a parade through London on 8 July. This year's parade is set to be the biggest yet, with over 300 groups expected to take part in the event, which starts on Regent Street at 1pm. London Gay Men's Chorus are among te groups confirmed to perform a the event on Saturday.
The Lion King tickets are on sale now.