4 - 12 November 2022

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 – Marketing and Communications Manager

WE ARE RECRUITING! SHOUT is Birmingham’s Annual Festival of Queer Art & Culture, it celebrates and platforms the work of LGBTQ+ artists and communities. COVID-19 has led to massive disruption in our lives, with the arts being severely affected by the crisis. In response to the pandemic, SHOUT is moving its annual festival online. We …

SHOUT Festival 2020 – Digital Content Coordinator

SHOUT is Birmingham’s Annual Festival of Queer Art & Culture, it celebrates and platforms the work of LGBTQ+ artists and communities. COVID-19 has led to massive disruption in our lives, with the arts being severely affected by the crisis. SHOUT 2020, like many events and festivals, is moving its annual festival online and will use …

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 …

SHOUT APPOINTS A NEW FESTIVAL MANAGER

SHOUT, the region’s Festival of Queer Arts and Culture is delighted to announce the appointment of its first Festival Manager. Rico Johnson-Sinclair joins SHOUT which celebrated its 10th Anniversary last year, and will lead on the artistic, audience and fundraising activities for the Birmingham LGBT project as its first Festival Manager. Already a well-known and …

STATEMENT RE. ‘Breakfast on Pluto’, by Birmingham LGBT

STATEMENT RE. ‘Breakfast on Pluto’, by Birmingham LGBT On Monday 9th March Landmark Productions, Galway International Arts Festival, the Birmingham Repertory Theatre and the Donmar Warehouse announced that a new musical adaptation of the novel and film ‘Breakfast on Pluto’ would be staged in 2020 at theatres across the UK. Breakfast on Pluto focuses on …

Nightingale50 murals to be revealed at SHOUT opening party!

Artist Frederik Anderson (aka Freddelanka) is creating two beautiful new murals commissioned by SHOUT for Nightingale50, celebrating the history of 50 years of the Nightingale. The murals will be on display for the first time at the SHOUT Opening Party on 5th November. Our programmer Adam Carver sat down with Freddelanka, to talk about their …

SHOUT CELEBRATES 10 YEARS OF QUEER WITH UK’S LARGEST LGBTQ+ ARTS FESTIVAL

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 …