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May 2003
Girls just wanna have fun...
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Birmingham Pride 2003 is one for the girls too. Check out these specific events especially for the ladies.....
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Pride 2003

SUNDAY 25th MAY

Main Womens Arena - 1pm start

  • Various DJ's through out the day (Rita "Star Sounds", DJ Chris, DJ Gez plus more to be confirmed.

  • Stage show by Kamelyon (Cyber punk angler grinder and fire show).

Womens Tent - 12pm start

  • Sappho Group activities

Diva press book readings - 1pm start

  • V G Lee and friends
    V G Lee is the author of Comedian and Woman in Beige. Readings include erotic, novelist, autobiography and comedy.

  • 2pm - Carrie female vocalist

  • 3pm - Book Readings continue

  • 4pm - Female Vocalist


MONDAY 26th MAY

12.30pm start

  • Inflatable Human Table football

  • Bungie Run (inflatable)

  • Inside Tent Drag King Workshop

 

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