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Cabaret Film Sing-A-Long at The Nightingale Club

Posted on Thu-02-2023 by Lacey

“Maybe this time, I’ll be lucky. Maybe this time, he’ll stay…” Join us for an evening of film, burlesque and high camp! Enjoy the classic film CABARET and Sing–a–Long to the tunes with us. Don’t know the words? We’ve got you covered! Hosted by the stunning artist Dominus Von Vexo who will also be performing, […]

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Can you help to shape the SHOUT Festival?

Posted on Fri-12-2022 by Maria Hughes

SHOUT Festival is looking for people from a wide range of backgrounds to help shape the Festival as part of its Advisory Group. What is SHOUT? SHOUT is the Festival of queer arts and culture for Birmingham and the West Midlands. It aims to amplify the voices of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer people […]

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Help us support Isolated LGBTQ+ people this Christmas.

Posted on Mon-12-2022 by Riley Daniels

Christmas can be a very difficult time for many LGBTQ+ people it is traditionally a very heteronormative festival with an emphasis on family. For many LGBTQ+ people, family has a different meaning, often referring to “family of choice” this is often due to necessity as many still face discrimination, rejection, and estrangement from their biological […]

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Monkepox: August 2022

Posted on Wed-08-2022 by Maria Hughes

We are pleased to inform you that this week the NHS in Birmingham and Solihull will be receiving a supply of preventative monkey pox vaccine.   As the initial supply is limited, it will be offered only to individuals who self-identify as gay, bisexual, transgender, or otherwise having sex with men AND report one or […]

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Monkeypox: July 2022

Posted on Tue-07-2022 by Maria Hughes

Key facts –  There have been a number of confirmed cases of monkeypox in the UK. Although monkeypox can affect anyone, the majority of those cases are among gay and bisexual men. – Monkeypox is transmitted through close contact, so is likely being passed on during sex rather than sexual transmission. – Everyone is being […]

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