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Birmingham Pride
Birmingham Pride
Today we want to showcase our much loved Nightingale Club . First opened in 1967, in Camp Hill, at a time when it was illegal to be LGBTQ+ a time when police could and would raid gay clubs or bars, and landlords could and would refuse service to LGBT+ customers.

The 70s saw a new location in Witton Lane, followed by Thorpe Street in the 80s, leading to a move directly into the heart of the LGBTQ+ Village on Kent Street in the 90s, that brought with it a broader remit for inclusion and diversity.
Birmingham Pride
Birmingham Pride
Join director Saim Sadiq, on Friday 10th February, @MidlandsArtsCentre – MAC for an exclusive screening and Q&A as part of LGBT History Month.

Initially banned in Pakistan, Joyland is Pakistan’s first Oscar nominated film and tells the story of a man who falls in love with a trans woman.

https://bit.ly/3GYQBU6
Birmingham Pride
Birmingham Pride
Here’s a throwback from our first ever pride… back in 1997!



Can you believe we’ve gone from hosting 15 000 people in 1997, to now attracting more than 115 000 visitors into #Birmingham over the course of Pride weekend?

We’re proud to pioneer one of the most important LGBTQ+ festivals in the UK, thanks to our festival site that sits in the heart of our LGBTQ+ village and our annual Pride Parade that brings the streets of Birmingham to life.

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The 70s saw a new location in Whitton Lane, followed by Thorpe Lane in the 80s, leading to a move directly into the heart of the LGBT+ Village on Kent Street in the 90s, that brought with it a broader remit for inclusion and diversity. (2/2)

#LGBTHM23 #LGBTHistoryMonth https://t.co/eg6Qr3l857
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Today we want to showcase our much loved @Nightingaleclub First opened in 1967, in Camp Hill, at a time when it was illegal to be LGBT – a time when police could and would raid gay clubs or bars, and landlords could and would refuse service to LGBT+ customers. (1/2)

#LGBTHM23 https://t.co/cnl1TqNfWl
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Join director Saim Sadiq, on Friday 10th February, @mac_birmingham for an exclusive #LGBTHM23 screening of #Joyland + Q&A in Brum.

Initially banned in Pakistan, this Oscar nominated film tells the story of a man who falls in love with a #trans woman.

https://t.co/ja5aM7h0eX https://t.co/HzxX0zNLtP
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