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10 DEC

Edith Vale, Maureen McGuilicuddy and Caroline Springs are taking their critically acclaimed Melbourne International Comedy Festival show A Visit With Nan In A Caravan to the Adelaide Fringe Festival in 2018, but the pension doesn’t stretch far these days, so they’re organising a little fundraiser to get there! Caroline By Candlelight will be a...

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16 DEC

The Melbourne Rainbow Band presents a fabulous night of celebration and festive entertainment for the LGBTIQ+ community, as Carols by Queerlight returns to St Kilda Town Hall on Saturday 16 December 2017. Hosted by Dean Beck and featuring special guest artist, Rachel Dunham, you’re invited to sing along with the Carols by Queerlight (CbQ) Choir ...

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29 DEC

The Tropical Fruits New Year’s Festival is a four-day GLBTI celebration, and anyone who has ever attended will know how much fun they are – and this year, will be no exception! This year, Tropical Fruits welcome you into Midnight in the Garden of Fruity Delights, as they illuminate the darkness and unlock the...

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A rainbow waterfall of fireworks will cascade from Sydney Harbour Bridge as part of this year’s New Year’s Eve celebrations. Lord Mayor Clover Moore said the dramatic technicolour fireworks would confirm Sydney as the New Year’s Eve capital of the world. “This is a fabulous way to see out 2017 - the year that four out of...

Sending postcards and buying a souvenir or two were once part and parcel of a trip away, before the days of personal cameras and instant selfies. Ceramic dishes, trinkets, cups and saucers, toothpick holders, spoons, and tea towels were some of the most popular take-home items and were produced in their thousands. ...

The 40th anniversary Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade looks set to be among the most spectacular ever seen, with the number of float applications hitting an all-time high - and encompassing an incredible array of strong and stunning creative concepts. To be held on Oxford and Flinders Streets on Saturday 3 March 2018, the momentous...

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