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In Australia there are an increasing number of gay and lesbian comedians taking the stage to make audiences laugh and reflect on their experiences in equal measure. Matthew Wade spoke to the organisers of Melbourne and Sydney’s annual comedy festivals to find out the importance of LGBTI representation in the genre.
Melbourne’s LGBTI community came together last Friday to celebrate the hard work undertaken by the community over the past year — from raising awareness around the trans* and gender diverse people to helping gay youth in rural Victoria.
For about a month every year, you can hardly walk down the street in Melbourne without an up-and-coming comedian trying to convince you to come to their show. Benjamin Riley spoke to a few of the country’s top gay comedians ahead of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival — and the Sydney Comedy Festival which follows soon after — to find out what’s so funny about being gay.
IT is comedy season and Hannah Gadsby is on in the middle of her tour of The Exhibitionist, her latest show inspired by beautiful works …