The Planet Nation women’s guide to Birmingham Pride

Birmingham Pride takes place over the May Bank Holiday, and we are really looking forward to it.

Not got plans this weekend? Why not swing by, even for a day – there are 3 days of fun to be had. Here is our run down of the stuff for the LBQ community to enjoy.

Dates: Saturday 25 – Monday 27 May 2019

Theme: Love Out Loud – #LoveOutLoud

Pride Guide:


Places we recommend:

Birmingham LGBT Centre

As always Birmingham LGBT will host a range of activities and events throughout Pride weekend, and provide a safe space for members of the community and allies to recuperate.

Outside of the wristband zone, the Birmingham LGBT centre offers a safe and affordable space, whilst still retaining all of the atmosphere and pride.


The Fox

The Fox is the Midlands Premier Lesbian Bar in the Heart of Birmingham’s Gay Village. 

The Fox remains a true gay bar catering mainly for the girls and their friends. Home of the women’s stage.

The Fox is inside the gay village and requires a wristband to access.



Birmingham LGBT Centre

Acoustic Musicians including Zara Sykes and ESTHER TURNER.

Pride Open Area with food, music and badge-making.

Film Screening of BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY at 5pm.


The Fox Bar in the Pride Village


Birmingham LGBT Centre

Paul Burston presents Polari Writing Workshop as part of Polari Prize Tour – Birmingham

Pride Open Area

Dr Graham Beards talks to us about Birmingham’s Gay Liberation Front the activist group that was the precursor to Birmingham Pride

Rainbow Bridge LGBT networking crafts takeover from 3pm

Film Screening: The Favourite from 4pm 


The Fox Bar in the Pride Village


LesFlicks Film Club

The LesFlicks film club launches in Birmingham following successful launches in London and Manchester.

A monthly film club for lesbian and bisexual women to come together and watch a film. The launch coincides with the release of Booksmart, Olivia Wilde’s directorial debut which has received glorious reviews from preview screenings across the country.

Not only a positive representation of young women, it is also a story that features a well-adjusted, clever, intelligent lesbian. There isn’t a contrived storyline – this is just an amazing story about two women, one of which happens to be a lesbian. It is brilliantly written and acted and well worth a watch.

1:20pm @ Cineworld Broad Street followed by a social

1 lucky attendee will win a free ticket to the next film club. The film club will meet monthly in Birmingham. More details here:

LesFlicks Film Club – Birmingham

The Fox Bar