Fundraising taking place as Pride celebrations begin.
Rescheduled date for LGBTQ+ celebration.
Festival returns after lockdown with star names headlining.
Birmingham’s Gay Village gets rainbow crossing.
Blues icons Bessie Smith and Gladys Bentley mark Black Pride.
Flower display and cocktails to mark event.
Communities work together to raise funds and awareness.
Miners strike anniversary commemorated.
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.
Owners of Birmingham’s biggest gay nightclub the Nightingale are celebrating their first anniversary since rescuing the well known city venue.
Nightingale Club owner and businessman Lawrence Barton is set to launch a new bar in Birmingham’s Southside district.
Business owners in and around Birmingham’s Southside are bracing themselves for a bumper weekend as tens of thousands of visitors flock to celebrate Pride 2012.
Birmingham will be turning pink over the Spring Bank Holiday weekend as an anticipated 100,000 visitors descend in the city