Queens of the Commonwealth

In association with

About the film

This production documents the unique journey of 22 Queens from various Commonwealth nations that have migrated to Birmingham. All these stories are at risk and without organisations like LGK who are actively collecting these hollywood standard life experiences through their eyes, would merely be lost in time.

The Premier

A black-tie premiere event has been organised for Saturday 9th of July as a celebration and the release of the strong documentary – Queens of the Commonwealth.

Queens of the commonweatlh

Black Tie Premiere Screening
£ 21 Age: 12yrs +


Most frequent questions and answers

When you have purchased your ticket here, a printed version will be sent to you.

It starts at 6.30pm and the screening begins at 7pm.

The Pavilion at Moor Lane is located within Perry Barr and walking distance to the Alexander Stadium where the Athletics and Ceremonies for the Commonwealth Games 2022 will take place.
Full Address: The Pavilion Moor Lane, Perry Barr, Birmingham, B6 7AA
Nearest Motorway – M6
Nearest Junction – J6 & J7
Nearest Station – Erdington Train Station. Perry Barr Station is NOW closed for refurbishment
Nearest Airport – Birmingham International Airport
Nearest Buses –
11A, 11C, 7, 934, 28 local buses will bring you close to the Pavilion

Car parking is very limited and there will be parking for runners with a disability. All other cars should park as directed and on local roads.

The entry fee will cover your entry plus light snacks and refreshments on the evening.

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