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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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For those considering a trip to North America over the next few months it may be worthwhile popping down to visit Cuba. With the price of flights ex several US and Canadian gateways about half of what they were twelve months ago it’s a great time to go. Best keep in mind that it is now coming...

Following the success of their multi-award winning production of Miracle City, Luckiest Productions presents Alex Harding’s Only Heaven Knows, the company’s second revival production of an Australian musical. This brand new production is currently playing at Sydney’s Hayes Theatre Co until 1 July 2017, and marks Only Heaven Knows’ 30th anniversary. Only Heaven Knows...

Registrations are now open for the 2017 Lesbian, Bisexual and Queer (LBQ) Women’s Health Conference in Sydney in July, which will feature a line-up of speakers and influential voices addressing pertinent issues uniquely affecting a community whose needs are not always covered by mainstream approaches. Co-presented by ACON and the Victorian AIDS Council, the...

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