For this month’s Throwback instalment, we take a trip down memory lane when the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade was less corporate driven and more political — but still just as camp and fabulous as it is today.
DJs added to the line up of the official Mardi Gras after party include Dirty Pop, Ben Manson, Rado, YO! MAFIA, and Haylenise.
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 …
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.
A bullish Mardi Gras says it may cut Party ticket prices to claw its way back to profit as organisation cuts loss by half.
Incoming chief executive Michele Bauer says work is already beginning on 2018’s 40th anniversary celebrations, which could include a new route for iconic parade.
Fred Nile’s rain dance branded a failure as clear skies look down on a night of colour and community for the 37th Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade.