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Birmingham’s Fierce festival to celebrate 25 years of outlandish, alternative and outsider performance

September 23, 2022

Featuring 50 events and artists from 16 countries and six continents, the festival, taking place between October 11-16, is an eclectic mix of thought-provoking, fun and entertaining works including theatre, music, dance, parties and performance art

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Student jury to choose winning film from 12 new features chosen for Iris Prize LGBTQ+ Film Festival 2022

Graham Robson September 22, 2022

Twelve new feature films will be shown during the 16th annual Iris Prize LGBTQ+ Film Festival in October, including three films directed by previous Iris Prize alumni.

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Birmingham Literature Festival to celebrate queer writing

Catherine Muxworthy September 20, 2022

Two of the UK’s “most exciting voices in queer writing” will come together during Birmingham Literature Festival to discuss “their novels, their writing and the LGBTQ+ writing scene, which is finally seeing the celebration it deserves.”

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LGBTQ+ News

Queer in Brighton to present ‘No Longer Private’ at Queer Bloomsbury at Charleston

Graham Robson September 15, 2022

This coming Sunday, September 18, Queer in Brighton is holding a special Queer History Club, presenting cutting edge research from Samson Dittrich in conversation with the inimitable Kuchenga, to mark the launch of the first major public exhibition of Duncan Grant’s erotic drawing Very Private?



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Community News

The Ledward Centre to launch LGBTQ+ neurodiversity meet-up on Thursday, September 15

Graham Robson September 13, 2022

The Ledward Centre, Brighton’s new LGBTQ+ community and cultural centre, is launching a new monthly meet-up on Thursday, September 15, organised by a team of volunteers with lived experience of various conditions under the neurodivergent umbrella.

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