Category: Queer

LCTC Holding the Man

‘Holding the Man’ by the Lane Cove Theatre Company

The newest production by Lane Cove Theatre Company, Holding the Man, is based off the memoir by Timothy Murphy. The story follows Tim (played by Brent Dolahenty), a boy who comes to terms with himself at a very young age. In…

s/he

Afternoon S/HE- For Women Who Like to Wear the Pants

Koa Collective, brainchild of Em Mathews and Carly Woods, took over the Red Rattler in Marrickville for an afternoon, transforming the space into a combined performance-marketplace showcasing a curated collection of clothing brands. The idea for the afternoon was borne…

LGBTI Awards

LGBTI Awards Media Launch 2018

Following the success this year, the LGBTI awards are back for 2018 starting with their media launch last Thursday. The project is a joint effort by OutNews Global and Twin Media Group, acknowledging the achievements of members and allies in…

Only Heaven Knows at the Hayes Theatre

‘Only Heaven Knows’ at the Hayes Theatre

As part of VIVID KX, Hayes Theatre Co presents the musical Only Heaven Knows. The revival of the 1988 Alex Harding classic, and further inspired by the 1995 adaptation, Only Heaven Knows premieres its 30th anniversary with an all-star cast starring Ben…

Barba party Sydney

BARBA – Dark, Sparkle, Mardi Gras Edition

It felt like half of queer Melbourne descended on Sydney for the Mardi Gras closing weekend. BARBA Party got the recipe just right for a debaucherously fantastic Friday night. BARBA recruited its Melbourne regulars alongside the hedonistic Sydney crew with…

Diamonds are for Trevor

Trevor Ashley’s Diamonds Are For Trevor

As Mardi Gras entered its final week, a one night only performance of ‘Diamonds Are For Trevor‘ was back by popular demand at The Sydney Opera House Concert Hall. ‘Diamonds Are For Trevor’ is a smorgasbord of Dame Shirley Bassey…

Sydney Mardi Gras After Party

Sydney Mardi Gras After Party: Rainbow Glitter Covered Fun

A few drops of rain didn’t dampen the spirits of more than 200,000 people who flocked to Oxford Street for the Sydney Mardi Gras parade.  As the annual street festival wound down, the sea of glitter-covered, smiling-faces, bare chests and…