Film Screening: My God, I’m Queer, followed by Q&A with the Director and cast members

Wynner House Birmingham

A bereaved fiancé goes on a deeply personal journey to try and prevent the tragedy from ever happening again. After the showing we will be joined by the director and founder of the Naz & Matt Foundation, Matt Mahmood-Ogston, and Birmingham resident Saima Razzaq, British political activist and educator and Head of Diversity and Inclusion for Birmingham Pride who stars ... Read More

Women’s Euros Semi-Final 1

Wynner House Birmingham

We’ll be down to the final four and if highly-fancied hosts England were to have won their group and made it this far in the tournament, they’ll be one of the teams in action at Bramall Lane. A nation holds its breath… With expert analysis from WBA Women’s head coach Jenny Sugarman, this is the place to be in Birmingham ... Read More

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Women’s Euros Semi-Final 2

Wynner House Birmingham

A place in the final awaits one of these two sides who will lock horns in the second semi in Milton Keynes. Ahead of the tournament, Spain, France, hosts England and the holders Netherlands were among those being tipped to go all the way. Location: Pride House Bar

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Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony (with a twist)

Wynner House Birmingham

Not got a ticket to the extravaganza at the Alexander Stadium? Fear not! You’re invited by royal appointment to watch live from Pride House as our resident Drag Queen spills the T on Birmingham 2022’s curtain raiser! She’ll offer an alternative view on the flashy performances, the dignitaries’ speeches and even the athletes’ outfits! Nothing’s off limits when she’s on ... Read More

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Women’s Euros Final

Wynner House Birmingham

Which teams will contest the Wembley final and who will be crowned queens of Europe? Will it be the Lionesses’ time to shine or will one of their tournament rivals roar their way to the trophy? And will it all be decided in a penalty shootout? Location: Pride House Bar

Film Screening: REBEL DYKES

Wynner House Birmingham

REBEL DYKES is a full-length documentary about the explosion that happened when punk met feminism, told through the lives of a gang of lesbians in the riotous London of the 1980s. The Guardian’s 4* review calls it a “delightful documentary (that) celebrates the feminist culture of the 1980s and 90s that transformed life for countless British women”. Not to be ... Read More