Category Archive: Events

The XX in Perth City

As the whispered chatter died down, everyone suddenly became still in anticipation for The XX to infect the stage at Metro City, April 2. Images of the arm flailing bass player from the… Continue reading

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Jodie Foster’s Golden Globe Speech

Jodie Foster’s sexuality is a trending topic after her recent Golden Globe coming out speech. Her sexuality has been assumed for years, though on Sunday January 13 when accepting her Cecil B. De Mille… Continue reading

Perth Rally for Marriage Equality

Crowds gathered at Stirling Gardens in Perth on Saturday August 11 for the eighth annual Marriage Equality Rally. That’s right! It’s been eight years since the ban on marriage equality in Australia. The event, organised by… Continue reading

New York City Pride 2012

Many colourful characters graced the New York City pride Parade this year on June 24. Check it out!

Los Angeles Pride 2012

The 2012 Los Angeles Pride Parade definitely didn’t fail to disappoint this year. There was something for everyone at the festivities in West Hollywood which ran from Friday June 8 – Sunday June 12. The… Continue reading

Miriam Margolyes’ Magical Masterpiece

‘Dickens’ Women’ was created for the 1989 Edinburgh Festival by Miriam Margolyes and Sonja Fraser.It has since travelled internationally throughout six countries and was nominated in 1992 for the prestigious Olivier Award. As… Continue reading

Equal Marriage Rights in Washington: Senate Approves Bill

The Washington State Senate Passed a bill on Wednesday that will legalize same sex marriage. Gov. Chris Gregoire supports the measure and has agreed to sign it into law when it gets to… Continue reading

The Vengaboys Hit Freo with a “Boom”

Last night I saw the Vengaboys. You remember them, don’t you? The late 90’s Eurodance, few-hit wonders. Of course you remember such classics as “Boom! Boom! Boom! Boom!” and “We Like To Party”,… Continue reading

Miriam Margolyes’ One Woman Show: Dickens’ Women

Miriam Margolyes is returning to Australia this year to perform her one woman show: Dicken’s Women. You may recognise her from works such as James and the Giant Peach, Wicked (on Broadway) or… Continue reading