SHOUT Selects: Rico Johnson-Sinclair

Rico Johnson-Sinclair shares his festival picks with you. Hey all, I’m Rico Johnson-Sinclair, SHOUT Festival Manager, and I’m going to do a little rundown of programmer picks.  We’re learning as we go in these strange times and artists are having to adapt to digital approaches to performance is an emotionally traumatic time. That said, I’m …

SHOUT Festival 2020: AIR Call Out

DEADLINE MONDAY 31st AUGUST 2020 Following on from the success of our 2019-20 Artist In Residence (AIR) project ‘Moving In’ by Softly Spoken Collective, SHOUT Festival (Birmingham LGBT) are looking to appoint a Midlands based LGBTQ+ artist (working in any art form) as our 2020-21 Artist in Residence working on a digital platform. As part …

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 …