Category: queer

Drag queens

Drag Brunch Sundays at The Smith

Move over boring brunches! Combining some of our favourite things in life (brunch, booze and drag), The Smith’s weekly Drag Brunch is a glittery antidote to boring breakfasts. My plus one and I arrived at a very non-brunch time of…

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MIFF streams into your living rooms this lockdown

Confidence in anything during a pandemic is no mean feat. After setting the benchmark in 2020 with the online-only MIFF 68 1/2, MIFF (Melbourne International Film Festival), our beloved MIFF is back streaming into homes across the country. The only uncertainty is…

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Matador returns to Melbourne

How great is it to have live theatre back in Melbourne! Inspired by hot Spanish nights, ‘Matador‘ is a fiery fusion of burlesque, dance and jaw-dropping circus acts. A fiery Spanish backdrop sets up this tale of forbidden love, desires,…

F*ck Fabulous opens at Arts Centre Melbourne

After a year of anticipation (the production was originally slated for April 2020), F*ck Fabulous is on stage at the Arts Centre as part of the Midsumma Festival. One of the first things you might notice upon entering the Arts…

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The Brunswick Ballroom Opening Gala

The Brunswick Ballroom has arrived! Opening with a bang this month, the stunning new Sydney Road venue has already enjoyed a weekend of sold out shows. My Plus One and I were lucky enough to attend the Opening Gala hosted by…

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Techno Bingo at Melbourne Music Week

Bangers and bingo – what more could we wish for? One of our favourite events of the year Melbourne Music Week was thankfully extended this season and we couldn’t be happier. Our highlight of the season is a special event…

Kerrie and Dollys HOUSEPARTY

Victorian Arts under quarantine: live and digital

We know how challenging these times are for everyone. In our home city of art and creativity, culture and conviviality, we feel the impact of a city-turned-ghosttown and the silence from the shutdown of our theatres, public venues, bars, restaurants…