Birmingham Pride is in full swing this Bank Holiday weekend, bringing with it a celebration bursting with colour, diversity and uniqueness.

In tribute to this years “Be You” theme, attendees have been going all out to show off their creative side and distinctive styles.

With Birmingham Pride drawing to a close, it’s clear that everybody from guests to performers, retailers to bars, took the ‘Be you’ theme in their stride.

At the heart of Pride are, of course, the drag queens (proudest of all); who are seen as central within the LGBTQ+ community for their confidence, their charisma and their talent. Mixed this with their mind-blowing outfits and you’ve got a dynamite combination!

Here’s some of Birmingham’s most dynamic Drag Queens embracing this year’s ‘Be You’ theme (and totally serving looks): 

#1  Lacey Lou

Lacey Lou drag artist in BirminghamJoshua Williams / I Am Birmingham

#2  Jelly Cube

Jelly Cube drag artist in Birmingham - @jellyqbr Joshua Williams / I Am Birmingham

#3  Crystal

Crystal drag artist in BirminghamJoshua Williams / I Am Birmingham

#4  Miss Faux

Miss Faux drag artist in Birmingham - @fauxdesignerJoshua Williams / I Am Birmingham

#5  Amber Cadaverous and Tacky

Amber Cadaverous - @ambercadaverous and  Tacky - @tackyx drag artists from BirminghamJoshua Williams / I Am Birmingham

#6  Yshee Black

Yshee Black, drag artist from Birmingham  - @ysheeblackJoshua Williams / I Am Birmingham

#7  Paul Aleksandr

Paul Aleksander - @paul_aleksandr/@dragpunk drag artist in BirminghamJoshua Williams / I Am Birmingham

#8  Eva Lution

Eva Lution - @eva_lution_queen  drag artist from BirminghamJoshua Williams / I Am Birmingham

#9  Tanya McKenzie

Tanya McKenzie, drag artist in BirminghamJoshua Williams / I Am Birmingham

#10  Ashleigh Marc

Ashleigh Marc - @ashleigh_marc Drag artist in Birmingham Joshua Williams / I Am Birmingham

#11  Elliot Barnacle

Eliott Barnicle - @elliotbarnicle Drag artist in BirminghamJoshua Williams / I Am Birmingham

#12  Queeny

Queeny - @queeny.birmingham Drag artist in BirminghamJoshua Williams / I Am Birmingham

Birmingham Pride was held on Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 May, and will return next year.

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