Whats On

  • visual arts , community
    SHOUT 18 - In The Pink (Sean Burns)

    SHOUT 18 - In The Pink (Sean Burns)

    Between 1986 and 1990, In The Pink was a free LGBT+ newspaper published monthly at the Trade Union Centre in Digbeth and distributed to groups, pubs, and clubs around the West Midlands. 

  • visual arts , community
    SHOUT 18 - TAG (Ming DeNasty)

    SHOUT 18 - TAG (Ming DeNasty)

    TAG is a new body of photographic work exploring the diversity amongst LGBTQ+ women in Birmingham. 

  • theatre , music
    SHOUT 18 - Icons (Le Gateau Chocolat)

    SHOUT 18 - Icons (Le Gateau Chocolat)

    Walking the tightrope between his public and private personas, Le Gateau Chocolat explores the people, the moments, the relationships, the art that have come to shape us and the ideals we aspire to.

  • performance , literature
    SHOUT 18: Hit The Ode

    SHOUT 18: Hit The Ode

    Join us for an all-queer SHOUT special of spoken-word showcase 'Hit the Ode' featuring Ella Otomewo, Joelle Taylor and Indie band The Upper World ft. Jet Sweeney.

  • theatre , performance , music
    SHOUT 18 - Triple Threat (Lucy McCormick)

    SHOUT 18 - Triple Threat (Lucy McCormick)

    Post-popular prodigy Lucy McCormick and her Girl Squad finally bring their provocative, subversive cabaret retelling of the greatest story of all time to Birmingham!

  • theatre
    SHOUT 18 - No Kids (Ad Infinitum)

    SHOUT 18 - No Kids (Ad Infinitum)

    No Kids explores the personal journey that real-life couple Nir and George embarked upon when they asked the question: as a gay couple, should we go out of our way to have children?

  • performance , literature
    SHOUT 18 - Sounding like Yourself: Poetry Masterclass (Toby Campion)

    SHOUT 18 - Sounding like Yourself: Poetry Masterclass (Toby Campion)

    Join UK Poetry Slam Champion, World Poetry Slam Finalist, and midlander—Toby Campion—for a very special poetry masterclass: Sounding Like Yourself. 

  • performance
    SHOUT 18 - My Comedy

    SHOUT 18 - My Comedy

    Long time SHOUT favourite MY COMEDY returns to Birmingham with another stellar all female comedy line-up!

  • talks
    SHOUT 18: Remembering Gay Soldiers (Talk)

    SHOUT 18: Remembering Gay Soldiers (Talk)

    Marking the 100 year anniversary of the end of the First World War, SHOUT is delighted to bring a panel of historians to the festival to share their research on the lives of gay soldiers and servicemen serving during the First and Second World Wars.