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09 JUN

Running 9 - 28 June, and with the theme 'Together We Can', the 2017 Sydney Pride Festival features art, cinema, trivia, debates, sports, fundraising activities and club events throughout Sydney. The Festival calls on all our LGBTIQ friends and supporters to Stand Strong - as together we can make a difference.

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In celebration of the 40th Anniversary of Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras in 2018, Screen Australia and ABC TV Arts are pleased to announce Love Bites, a brand new documentary initiative for LGBTQI filmmakers. Love Bites will be a series of 10 x 5 minute documentary short films made by filmmakers from the...

A new exhibition showcasing the history of the LGBTIQ community in the Northern Rivers, Lismore Has a Diverse Past is now on display at Southern Cross University until 30 June 2017. The history of the lives of LGBTIQ people is always the history of the society in which those lives are lived. By its very nature this...

Everyone’s favourite Aussie musical, Priscilla Queen of the Desert is off on a national tour, starting in Melbourne in January 2018, with stops in Sydney, Adelaide and Brisbane. After a glittering array of international awards on Broadway, the West End, Europe and Asia, Simon Phillips’ spectacular production Priscilla Queen of the Desert ...

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