Community

  • 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. 

  • community, talks
    SHOUT 18 - Gender Positivity and Inclusion Workshop (Milk Presents)

    SHOUT 18 - Gender Positivity and Inclusion Workshop (Milk Presents)

    As part of SHOUT’s mission to make the arts accessible for all queer people we are delighted to bring the award-winning ‘Milk Presents’ to Birmingham to deliver their Gender Positivity and Inclusion Training for arts venues and organisations.  

  • performance, community, all events
    SHOUT 18 - Glitter SHIT: Festival

    SHOUT 18 - Glitter SHIT: Festival

    GLITTER SHIT is a party all about fun, glitter and self expression. SHOUT’s favourite party babs are back for their third year of hosting the city’s best queer party, with a special birthday edition.

  • visual arts, community, talks
    SHOUT 18 - Queer Day School

    SHOUT 18 - Queer Day School

    Queer Day School is a DIY education project set up by artist Olivia Sparrow, aimed at LGBTQIA+ people who feel they are disengaged with mainstream education, academia and other traditional modes of learning.

  • performance, community, talks
    SHOUT 18 - Post (Xavier De Sousa)

    SHOUT 18 - Post (Xavier De Sousa)

    POST is a new theatre show by Xavier de Sousa inviting you to join us at the table, eat yummy Portuguese food, drink potent Cachaça, get merry, make new friends and challenge what exactly makes a ‘nation’. 

  • film, community, all events, talks
    SHOUT 18 - SHOUT OUT

    SHOUT 18 - SHOUT OUT

    Join us for this year’s SHOUT OUT Community Day, as we once again take over the public spaces at mac Birmingham with a whole day of free arts, performances, workshops, talks, and films for all ages.