Line Up Coming Soon ...

The famous Birmingham Pride main stage returns, even bigger for 2023, with added runway, increased VIP area, larger screens for better visibility and of course an amazing line up of international, national and local recording artists.

The Birmingham Pride Dance Arena is iconic, this year will see the Dance Arena housed within a famous circus BIG TOP providing extra space and additional capacity!

The legendary Birmingham Pride Cabaret Marquee is back again this year, showcasing some of the best Drag talent in the UK along with your favourite cabaret performers!

The Birmingham Pride Future Stage is part of the Village Street Party and showcases live music bands and local upcoming talent.

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WORLD AIDS DAY 2022: The Ribbons🌎♥️

This evening we came together with the community for the unceiling of the HIV & AIDS Memorial at the heart of our Gay Village.

Earlier today, Bally Singh spoke with Garry Jones who co-founded the project, as well as designed the sculpture and Dr Steve Ball, one of the many supporters of the memorial project.

Thank you to those who were able to join us this evening — the memorial is outside of the Birmingham Hippodrome for all to view and will be a lasting memorial.

For further resource and support:

Terrence Higgins Trust
National AIDS Trust
Birmingham LGBT
Saving Lives
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The Birmingham Icon, Dame Champagne Shirley will kick off our new season of ‘Eat, Drink, Drag’ TONIGHT at the Loft!

Join us for a night of pure high camp from 7pm with hostess @cyckibrokat

Fundraiser for the @nationalaidstrust

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WATCH: Unveiling The Ribbons for World AIDS Day 2022

On the first day in December, the global community comes together to mark #worldaidsday.

A day for us to reflect, honour and remember the millions of those we have lost. Our family, our friends, our loved ones.
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