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Gay Birmingham

Curated to mark the recent acquisition of two views of Paris after Thomas Girtin
Tales of the City

Ongoing through October 2, 2016, Barber Institute of Fine Arts. Includes works by outstanding artists such as Piranesi, Charles Meryon and James Abott McNeill Whistler. Bustling alleys and intricate architectural detail, sweeping panoramas of grand public celebrations and towering monuments, these prints and drawings capture the vibrancy and expansion of 17-19th century European cities.
Birmingham Repertory Theatre & Curve present the play by Oscar Wilde
The Importance Of Being Earnest

September 9-24, 2016 at The Rep. Jack Worthing and best friend Algernonn Moncrieff hope to marry society’s most eligible ladies, Gwendolen Fairfax and Cecily Cardew. But the courtship is far from straight forward. Double identities, handbag mishaps and hostile encounters with the formidable Lady Bracknell embroil the pair in a web of mistaken identities with hilarious consequences.
David Bintley’s new ballet conjures Prospero’s magical isle
The Tempest

October 1-8, 2016, at Birmingham Hippodrome. Enchanting and elemental, a powerful story of a man determined to right past wrongs by all means in his power; intertwines themes of love, loyalty, and loss, punctuated by a comic duo, more than one dastardly conspiracy and a spectacular danced masque featuring gods and spirits.
Shropshire Rainbow Film Festival presents
Shropshire Rainbow Film Festival 2016

October 14-16, 2016 at The Hive, 5 Belmont, Shrewsbury and at Old Market Hall. LGBT films, discussions & guests - plus film screenings throughout the year
1968. MP Enoch Powell has something to say. Something he feels needs to be said.
What Shadows

October 27 - November 12, 2016, Birmingham Repertory Theatre. Something could divide Britain forever. Enoch Powell’s ‘Rivers of Blood’ speech, famously delivered in Birmingham, is the post-war’s most polarising political speech. Chris Hannan’s powerful new play is a searing look at how a politically divided country moves forward in the wake of the crisis.
Festival of Queer Culture
Shout 2016

November, 2016, downtown Birmingham historic theatre district venues. Visual/ performance arts, queer cabaret/ film/ music/ theater/ talks/comedy/DJs/drag/workshops/gender politics, masked ball, emerging progressive/ mainstream/ marginalised talents.
The 2nd International
Coventry LGBTQ Film Festival 2017

April 21-22, 2017 at Screen 2, Ego Arts Venue, Silver St, Coventry. Friday 7:30pm feature fim. Saturday 2:30pm documentay + 7:30pm LGBTQ short films. See details as announce at their website:
Biggest Two Day LGBT Party in the UK
Birmingham Pride 2016

May 27-28, 2017 (TBC), Spring Bank Holiday Weekend Saturday 12 noon Carnival Parade from Victoria Square in Birmingham's Gay Village at city center; Past year included Community Village Green festival + Village Cabaret Stage, Main Stage entertainment & Chic dance arena. See media and upcoming events at their website: