Join us for this year’s SHOUT OUT Community Day, as we once again take over the public spaces at mac Birmingham with a whole day of free arts, performances, workshops, talks, and films for all ages.
Following last year’s total sell-out tour RuPaul’s Drag Race favourite Jinkx Monsoon and lyrical genius Major Scales return to the SHOUT stage to showcase new music from their upcoming album
Queer Day School is a DIY education project set up by artist Olivia Sparrow, aimed at LGBTQIA+ people who feel they are disengaged with mainstream education, academia and other traditional modes of learning.
GLITTER SHIT is a party all about fun, glitter and self expression. SHOUT’s favourite party babs are back for their third year of hosting the city’s best queer party, with a special birthday edition.
RENT PARTY, a 21st-Century Austerity Britain immersive show inspired by the 1920s Harlem Renaissance Rent Parties.
Join us for a second chance to see this year’s history making A Fantastic Woman.
SHOUT and Birmingham Repertory Theatre are delighted to present a brand-new showcase of work-in-progress performances from the next generation of queer midlands theatre-makers.
In this specially arranged screening, SHOUT will explore the history of representations of queer sex in cinema.
Angela and Luchia have spent the last half a century fighting for their rights— and yours. Theirs is a story that risks disappearing from history. Until now.