Birmingham Pride 2009

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EVENT: Birmingham Pride 2009 - 'Pinks Meets Green'
LOCATION: Central Birmingham & Gay Village, Birmingham
DATE: Saturday 23th & Sunday 24th May 2009

INFO: Birmingham's annual Gay Pride event for the LGBT and wider community returns to the city.
Featuring community events, a carnival parade, Pride's Got Talent, comedy and cabaret marquee, celebrity music acts, funfair rides, markets stalls, dance arenas, Village Green and over 15 gay bars and clubs.
Organised by Birmingham Pride (UK) Ltd. Supported by Birmingham City Council, Environment Agency, Train to Gain, Unite the Union, Toni & Guy, Beck's, Stella Artios, Smirnoff, Nightingale Club, The Village Inn, GB Resourcing and Midlands Zone.

FILM CREDITS:
Featuring: Glen Skinner & Andy Hall (Nightingale), Phillip Duero (Prowler), James Kendall, Jerrell Thomas, Neil Haffner-Loach (Dickie Dobbins), Sean Shannon (Someone at the Door), Gareth Edwards, Brendan Ferns (Loft Lounge), Dan Knott (Nightingale Club), Richard Carr (Nightingale Club), Jo Thomas (Shewee), Andy O'Malley (ABPlus), Simon Ware (Amnesty International), Tom Blackwell, Diana Blagg, Andy Donaldson and Zoe Kelsall (Staffordshire Police) | Director: Adam Yosef | Graphics: R3BELZ Inc. | Sound: Music Theme - Kevin MacLeod, Sound Editor: Kyle Kowalski |

http://www.iambirmingham.net.
MMIX © I AM BIRMINGHAM / ADAM YOSEF
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6 comments:

Brendan said...

Great videos, makes u proud to be a Brummie! :)

Callum said...

Whens this year's pride, looks like fun. Cant wait but hope the suns shinin

Luke said...

luvvin the hotty totty birmingham, u go girlz!! xxx

Kandy said...

I think Birmingham Pride needs to be vastly improved. It's good for a few hours and great if you just want to get wrecked and in a sea of topless yoiung guys soaking in the sun but there isn't really a community aspect to it. The village needs to be more inclusive. It's just a cliche at present. Let's hope 2010 pride is better representation of the people who actually make up LGBT brum.

JJ said...

Whens this year's pride?? is it gna be a bank hol wkend?

I Am Birmingham said...

Watch Birmingham's Gay Village getting ready for Gay Pride 2010: http://iambirmingham.blogspot.com/2010/05/get-ready-for-birmingham-pride-2010.html

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