Join us on the Sunday of Pride weekend for a chance to relax, unwind, and socialize with a dose of free entertainment thrown in for good measure. A favourite during SHOUT Festival in November each year, SHOUT OUT Community Day takes over the Birmingham LGBT Centre for Pride 2016.
The Centre will be open to public between 1pm-6pm on Sunday 29th May and will feature a variety of performances in the Moment’s Café from many of our community groups and local LGBT organisations including Rainbow Voices, and The Birmingham Gay Symphony Orchestra, as well as Film Screenings from Journey Film Club.
COMMUNITY DAY SCHEDULE
14:00 – Acting Out Performance
14:00 – Journey Film Club Screening ‘Prayers For Bobby’
15:00 – Birmingham Gay Symphony Orchestra Ensemble Performance
16:00 – Rainbow Voices Performance
17:00 – Birmingham Gay Symphony Orchestra Performance
There will also be a chance to see Birmingham-based photographer Nick Hynan’s exhibition ‘Gender Blending’ which is being shown in the Birmingham LGBT centre throughout May and June. The exhibition examines how recent generations have used drag and dressing up to challenge, subvert and entertain.
This event is part of the wider programme of Queer Arts at Birmingham Pride organised by Shout festival and Birmingham LGBT funded by Birmingham Pride. More details and the full Queer Arts programme will be announced at www.shoutfestival.co.uk.
For more information on Birmingham Pride 2016 and to access their full programme please visit www.birminghampride.com.
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