More DJs and acts are expected to be announced in the coming weeks.
SYDNEY Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras’ 2016 season will once again feature an array of events, live performances, exhibitions, parties and activities from February 19 until …
The world’s most famous bearded lady, Conchita Wurst, will finally be part of the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras festival with a concert at the Sydney Opera House. David Alexander caught up with her to talk about her recent involvement in Adelaide’s Feast Festival, the high calibre of Australian drag queens, and Australia’s return to Eurovision in 2016.
One of the signature events of the annual Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras festival will not be coming back for 2016.
The loss is almost twice the financial loss recorded in 2014, at $177,152, and the organisation heads into the 2016 season with a $321,732 bank balance.
Coogee MP adds voice to growing chorus of politicians seeking an official admission that policing at the 1978 march was heavy-handed and arrests unnecessary.
As the managing director of SBS, Michael Ebeid is without doubt one of Australia’s most powerful media figures. He sat down with Elias Jahshan to discuss how being openly-gay in the workplace from early on set the foundations of his successful career, and how he navigates his sexuality alongside his Egyptian cultural background.