For the third year running Darlinghurst is set to celebrate Mardi Gras in the way only it can this weekend with Oxtravaganza.
Oxtravaganza is … Read more
This weekend the Mardi Gala returns to the Sydney Opera House’s biggest room with a show which is bigger, better and bolder than ever before.… Read more
BY MICHAEL HITCH
The Mardi Gras parade represents diversity, equality, love… and being permitted to enter a licensed premise after 1:30am.
Yes, you did read … Read more
By Rita Bratovich
Mardi Gras celebrated a milestone birthday last year and the party was huge. For this year’s festival Creative Director, Greg Clarke, wanted … Read more
BY JOHN MOYLE
Yes, Dorothy, you can take the rainbow way to Kansas this Mardi Gras, but if you are going via Oxford Street it … Read more
By Mark Morellini
Queer Screen’s 26th Mardi Gras Film Festival comes to Sydney, with a program of 120 of the best LGBTIQ films from … Read more
Queerstories goes west again this year with a fabulous and diverse selection of queer storytellers sharing a lectern (metaphorically) at Riverside Theatres.
“It’s particularly nice … Read more
By John Moyle
Oxford Street’s woes continue as it lurches further into the abyss with the lockout laws, many retail vacancies and now parking meters … Read more
Waverley Council and LGBTQI health organisation ACON have joined forces to endorse Tamarama’s Marks Park as the site for a memorial commemorating those killed in … Read more
By Michael Hitch
Rainbow flags, Drag Queens and a false sense of achievement?
The Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras will return in 2019 to … Read more