Here we are! Another edition of SHOUT Festival of Queer* Arts and Culture, and not just any edition but an extra special tenth anniversary edition. For ten years SHOUT has been bringing the best of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ+) arts and culture to the city, and what a journey it’s been. This […]

IN THE PINK (Sean Burns, 2018)

The Newspaper for LGBTQ+ People in the West Midlands Between 1986 and 1990, ‘In The Pink’ was a free LGBT+ newspaper published monthly at the Trade Union Resource Centre in Digbeth and distributed to groups, pubs, and clubs around the West Midlands. The paper’s content varied from interview and listings to more political articles, thought […]

Free Tickets for SHOUT Festival 2019 for Anyone on Low Income

As part of the 2019 SHOUT Festival, Birmingham LGBT are delighted to announce a new scheme to provide free tickets to any audience members on a low income. We know that for many of our audiences and communities money can be a real barrier to attending festival events and performances. We believe that art should […]

Nightingale50 heritage project announced celebrating 50 years of The Gale!

Birmingham LGBT and The Nightingale Club are delighted to announce ‘Nightingale50’. This new heritage project funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund which will archive and preserve fifty years of local LGBTQ+ heritage by mapping the fifty year history of Birmingham’s oldest gay bar, the legendary Nightingale Club. Birmingham LGBT are overjoyed to be delivering […]