Documentary Film focusing on the competitors of Mr Gay Syria. Director Ayşe Toprak shatters the one-dimensional meaning of “refugee”.
An exhibition of documentary photography charting the history of the Gay Liberation Front in Birmingham in the 1970s. Told through the camera lens of one member.
A new free series of queer events, workshops, and talks happening throughout the festival.
Can we use the internet to create new queer spaces as the forces of capital convalesce around a permanent state of crisis, sweeping away our community venues and clubs in the chaos of the class war?
In a time which sees the reconfiguration of many different social and political bonds, how can the model of the 'Queer Family' offer new ways of thinking and being?
Diamond is an unforgiving queer performance of sexuality and British culture exploring LGBT history from 1957 to 2017 through the personal biography of avant garde performer David Hoyle.
Internationally renowned Polish Artist Karol Radziszewski presents a rich selection of Central and Eastern European queer archive materials from the collection of the Queer Archives Institute (QAI).
An unmissable figure in pop, club and drag culture of Birmingham and beyond – experience being Twiggy!