Acting Out

Birmingham

Acting Out

A Birmingham based acting group for the LGBT community open to anyone. They meet weekly in the Birmingham Gay Village and put on a variety of performances throughout the year.

They are a highly inclusive group, comprising people from diverse cultural and social backgrounds, each bringing an individual and varied set of skills to the stage. Previous productions include black comedies, serious drama, theatrical revues and everything in between.

If you are interested in joining the group please email info@actingout.org.uk. They are always looking for new members who are interested in any aspects of production and performance.

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