Previous Projects

  • Queer Question Time 2017

    Next month's Queer Question Time at Birmingham Repertory Theatre will provide members of the LGBT community with the chance to put their questions to candidates from the main political parties, who will be joined on the panel by human rights and LGBT campaigner Peter Tatchell.

  • Critically acclaimed musical satirists Bourgeois & Maurice make their debut at Birmingham Hippodrome’s Patrick Centre with their out-of-this-world Edinburgh Fringe smash hit.

  • theatre
    TransActing Workshop

    TransActing Workshop

    SHOUT Festival is really excited to welcome Gendered Intelligence, RCCSD and Outbox Theatre Company to Birmingham to bring their incredible workshop programme for young trans and/or non-binary people to the city.

  • film
    SHOUT @ Flatpack: Girl/Coming Out

    SHOUT @ Flatpack: Girl/Coming Out

    A rare double-bill screening of the UK's first televised same sex male (Coming Out, 1979) and female (Girl, 1974) kisses, presented as part of Flatpack Film Festival.

  • talks
    TALK: What It Means to be a Man in the 21st Century - Masculinity, Sex, and Popular Culture

    what it means to be 'masculine’ in the 21st century, and how everything from gay pornography to Hollywood blockbusters, and Tinder to ‘The Only Way Is Essex’, are fuelling its diversity, as well as its ambiguity.

  • film
    Birmingham LGBT History Month: The Naked Civil Servant

    A rare screening of the Emmy award winning film based on Quentin Crisp's much celebrated coming-of-age memoir The Naked Civil Servant.

  • film
    Birmingham LGBT History Festival: Moonlight

    Birmingham LGBT History Festival: Moonlight 15

    A timeless story of human connection and self-discovery, Moonlight chronicles the life of a young black man from childhood to adulthood as he struggles to find his place in the world while growing up in a rough neighborhood of Miami.

  • community , talks
    Birmingham LGBT History Month: Sharing Birmingham's History

    Birmingham LGBT History Month: Sharing Birmingham's History

    Join us for a rare opportunity to reflect on Birmingham’s LGBT History. 

  • film , talks
    Birmingham LGBT History Festival: The AIDs Generation & 'Uncle Howard' Screening

    Jose Arroyo (University of Warwick) will introduce a talk on ‘the AIDS Generation’ exploring the history of the AIDS Crisis in the 1980s and its representation on screen. This will be followed by a screening of the 2016 critically-acclaimed documentary ‘Uncle Howard’.