January 2020 Featured Events

Posted on 02-01-2020 by Maria Hughes

InteGreat Theatre: Jack & the 3 Panto Lands

Saturday 18th January, 7.30pm (adults only)

Sunday 19th January, 2.30pm (child-friendly)

Midlands Arts Centre, Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham B12 9QH

Tickets £7 adults, £4 children

Falling on hard times and forced to sell his prized cow, Jack adventures above the clouds searching for a way to save his family. Not finding your average beanstalk land, Jack finds himself the hero in the stories of Goldilocks, Snow White and Cinderella instead. Fighting villains and time itself, can Jack save his new friends and his family?

Come along, join in, learn sign language and sign song and help Jack find his Happily Ever After!

Featuring a mixed cast of deaf and hearing adults, the panto is performed in both British Sign Language and voiced in spoken English.

Book online here: https://macbirmingham.co.uk/event/jack-the-3-panto-lands or call Midlands Arts Centre on 0121 446 3232. For further information, contact contact@integreattheatre.org.uk.

 

LBQ+ Women’s Focus Group

Tuesday 14th January, 5pm – 7pm

Friday 24th January, 6pm – 8pm

Birmingham LGBT Centre, 38-40 Holloway Circus, Birmingham B1 1EQ

Our Lesbian & Bi Women’s Worker will be holding 2 focus groups to gather community input for the sexual health & wellbeing ‘Pocket Guide’, created specifically for lesbian, bisexual, queer+ women.

Please contact our Women’s Worker, Georgia Pattison, for more information: 0121 643 0821 or georgiapattison@blgbt.org.

 

Seldom Heard Conversations – Death and Dying Focus Group

Saturday 18th January, 12.00pm – 4pm

Birmingham LGBT Centre, 38-40 Holloway Circus, Birmingham B1 1EQ

FREE for LGBTQI+ adult citizens of Birmingham

Birmingham LGBT is once again facilitating an LGBTQI+ half day focus group on behalf of Birmingham City Council, this time to understand the community’s attitudes to Death and Dying.

If you are a Birmingham citizen who identifies as a member of the LGBTQI+ community, we have limited places for those interested participate in a structured half day focus group that will feed into and influence public policy and service development across Birmingham around Death and Dying.

Our focus group will explore topics including Premature and avoidable deaths, End of life care and the Impact of death and dying on those left behind and wider community. As a thank you for your contribution we will provide lunch and a voucher to each contributor.

Booking is essential: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/seldom-heard-conversations-death-and-dying-for-the-lgbtqi-community-tickets-87135016179