Come and share in a month of events celebrating LGBT+ history and culture in and around Worcestershire.
Worcestershire pride are working with The Flag, to create a video blog from members of the community about various things. Keep your eyes open for more information.
If you would like to submit your own video blog please answer the following questions in the vide and submit it to email@example.com we will then review them and send you a disclaimer for you ro sign and return to us approving us to use the videos.
Question 1 . Favorite queer literature or film ?
Question 2 . What does Worcestershire Pride Mean to you?
Question 3 . What was your first pride and did you enjoy it?
Question 4 . What does pride in general mean to you?
Question 5 . Who is you favorite LGBT + figure from the past 50 years?
Question 6 . Why do we need Pride?
Thursday 20th February
11.00am; meet 10.45am at the Clock TowerUniversity of Birmingham tour - The University of Birmingham campus is tucked away in a leafy corner of Edgbaston, and is host to remarkable buildings and features old and new. Come and see the newly completed Green Heart – 12 acres of parkland. The campus is host to Europe’s tallest freestanding clock tower, 'Old Joe' as well as the Barber Institute of Fine Arts. Open to the public, it is often a hidden gem. This is a great opportunity to visit the campus and find out what it has to offer to you. Our tour leader is a member of the University's LGBT staff's 'Rainbow Network' and we will also meet with other members for refreshments after the tour. The site is fully accessible and there is chargeable parking on site though it gets busy. Close to main bus routes and University station. Please indicate any special access/support requirements when booking. £4. Must book *. Optional lunch afterwards at one of the many campus eateries.
Wednesday 26th February
7.00pmQueer Quiz 2020 - our eleventh Queer Quiz for LGBT History month. This year at a NEW IMPROVED VENUE - Kings Heath Cricket & Sports Club, 247 Alcester Road South. Less cramped, cheaper drinks, lots of parking and buses stop right outside. But still the same successful format, with fabulous prizes for teams and individuals. However it's not all about winning, but about having fun while exploring and learning about our queer heritage, as ALL the questions are LGBT related. Categories are sport, music, art & literature, entertainment, history, geography, politics & society and 'local'. We guarantee that everyone will know lots, but also learn lots this evening. Come with a ready formed team (upto 5) or come on your own and we will match you with some team-mates. Everyone is welcome, whether lesbian, gay, bi, trans, non-binary, questioning, or a straight ally.. Pay bar in the room, bar food available, fully accessible. £5 / £3 low income per person. No need to book but please arrive promptly.