Aussie gay pop icon, Troye Sivan, has played at Melbourne’s Margaret Court Arena, named after the homophobic minister and former tennis player. During a tongue-in-cheek …
“For a lot of people [Lennox and Bowie] made it okay to step outside of the norm, to bend gender stereotypes, to be different.”
Brisbane’s queer arts and culture festival has wrapped up another stellar year with promises it can only get better in 2017.
We chat with the producer of ‘The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust’ about the new direction his show will take following the legend’s death.
Star Observer journalist David Alexander — a massive fan of David Bowie — reflects on the legend’s undeniable and indelible impact on the LGBTI community.
“Doing a dirty” on Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, a former Play School star, a genderless beauty pageant and of course, Carlotta. These are just a few of the many highlights looking to wow audiences during this year’s Brisbane MELT queer arts festival.