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Travel Notes

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 LGBTQI community across Australia. The successful projects will provide an accessible, engaging and entertaining insight into the lives and...

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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 exhibition is a celebration of resilience whilst also facing the ongoing challenges LGBTIQ communities face, with the changing nature of identity, sexual mores...

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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 makes a triumphant return to Australia for its 10th anniversary. The fabulously funny, fish out of water musical is based on...

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With a generous mix of impressive acrobatics and aerial feats, amazing vocals combined with a pulsating discotheque soundtrack of new and reimagined classics, VELVET has made a welcome return to Melbourne with a crowd-pleasing spectacular that confounds expectations and delivers on all accounts.

With more than a nod to New York’s infamous Studio 54 nightclub, director Craig Ilott transports the audience into a scintillating wonderland that features legendary diva Marcia Hines and singer...

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June is traditionally Pride month in many parts of the world. For the people of the Blue Mountains they show their LGBTQI+ Pride with so many wonderful events over the Queen’s Birthday Long Weekend: 9 – 12 June 2017. Read on for all the details and why you shouldn’t miss a thing this weekend in the Pink Mountains!

Australia’s largest LGBTQI visual arts exhibition, bentART showcases more than 50 artists from across Australia. It...

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