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Birmingham Pride 2014

Hurst Street Hurst Street, Birmingham, West Midlands, Regno Unito

The first Birmingham Gay Pride Weekend took place on the 8–9 July 1972, one week after the first London Gay Pride Week, itself the first Gay Pride Rally to take place outside the United States.[2] Although "hastily arranged and not very well conceived", the Birmingham event featured dances, two "Gay Days" in Cannon Hill Park and a march up New Street from the Bull Ring, culminating in a small rally on the steps of Birmingham Town Hall. According to one of its organisers "Our aim was to announce ourselves and let Birmingham know gay people were here: ‘Here we are and here we’ll stay’"[3] Two or three further such events were organised by Birmingham Gay Liberation Front until the organisation declined in the mid 1970s.[4]

Annual gay festivals in Birmingham resumed in 1983 with the first "Five Days of Fun", originally known as "Gay Brum".[5] Unlike the 1970s Pride weekends and the earlier "Gay Days", Five Days of Fun was not intended as a political statement but as a social event and celebration. Daytime and evening events would take place throughout the city's main gay bars and clubs in the village – culminating in an It's a Knockout competition between teams of the venues' staff, held in the garden/swimming pool at The Grosvenor House Hotel, Hagley Road, Edgbaston.[6]

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