LGBT-themed film festival to open next month.
Recognition for bringing about law change.
With a free buffet, this recession busting ‘Pay What You Can’ event is a chance for the public to enjoy some high-quality, locally rooted comedy.
Rainbow Voices Choir present a summer concert of songs themed around the feeling of love.
BGSO inviting orchestral musicians of all backgrounds from across the Midlands and beyond to come and join in for a weekend of making new friends and music in great setting of mac birmingham.
Tens of thousands of revellers joined in with the Birmingham Pride festival at the weekend.
One year after being unveiled in Birmingham’s Gay Village, the Rhinestone Rhino is celebrating its first milestone in the city’s Southside district by launching a merchandise store.
With less than two weeks to go Birmingham Pride organisers say the event is attracting the most diverse range of music it’s ever seen and proving a hit with ticket-buyers.
More jobs are being created at one of the country’s biggest gay nightclubs thanks to this year’s Birmingham Pride.
Birmingham LGBT has added a new sports and fitness studio to its thriving Health and Wellbeing Centre in Birmingham’s Southside district.
A University of Wolverhampton society is celebrating after it scooped a top award at a national student conference.
The innovative Laughing for A Change project has been awarded a Time to Change grant to tackle mental health stigma and discrimination in Birmingham.
A new live music and special events venue is being launched in Birmingham aiming to bring big-name acts to the city and a broad mix of great entertainment
The Public has announced it will be a partner venue for the fourth SHOUT Festival of Queer Arts and Culture in March.
Renowned human rights activist is to address staff, students and the public as part of a University of Wolverhampton event celebrating equality.
Birmingham will be turning pink over the Spring Bank Holiday weekend as an anticipated 100,000 visitors descend in the city