A special screening of the much loved coming-of-age film Beautiful Thing, with an exclusive Q&A discussion with its creator: playwright, author and screenwriter Jonathan Harvey.
For 2018 we are delighted to host Outing The Past, the National LGBT History Festival, in partnership with Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery.
A rare screening of Deepa Mehta’s 1196 film Fire, the first in mainstream Indian cinema to explore homosexual love.
n 1979 the BBC’s Play for Today strand broadcast Even Solomon, one of – if not – the first British Television drama to feature a trans character.
Coming Out is agroundbreaking and major exhibition featuring over 80 modern and contemporary artworks by internationally renowned artists who explore themes of gender, sexuality and identity in art.
Drag Becomes Him provides an intimate glimpse inside the life of internationally acclaimed drag performer Jinkx Monsoon.
This very special edition of the regular live music event has been commissioned by SHOUT and brings together some of the best musicians, DJs, and performers from around the West Midlands.
RuPaul’s Drag Race winner Jinkx Monsoon arrives at SHOUT Festival with The Vaudevillians, a bawdy, rowdy musical comedy co-starring composer and musician Major Scales.