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Feb21

Review: Voyeur

POSTED ON // Friday, 21 February 2014 Written by // Veronica Hannon

Review: Voyeur

Something very sexy is happening in the original gaybourhood. A new adult only all-male burlesque, created by dancer/choreographer James Taylor, especially for Slide lounge, is pushing the boundaries a bit further.

Feb21

Sexy, Sassy and Wild: Glory Box

POSTED ON // Friday, 21 February 2014 Written by // Peter Burdon

Sexy, Sassy and Wild: Glory Box

Ten years since The Burlesque Hour exploded onto the scene, Moira Finucane brings the international smash hit Glory Box to Adelaide for the first time. She spoke to Peter Burdon.

Feb21

Polly’s Follies: In pictures for Mardi Gras

POSTED ON // Friday, 21 February 2014 Written by // Lachlan Bennett

Polly’s Follies: In pictures for Mardi Gras

A photography exhibition pays homage to gay community favourite Polly Petrie and her long-running variety show. Lachlan Bennett reports.

Feb21

Beware the Gaypocalypse!

POSTED ON // Friday, 21 February 2014 Written by // Peter Burdon

Beware the Gaypocalypse!

One of the nation’s first openly gay comedians, Adam Richard unleashes his new show Gaypocalypse on the world this March. He shrieked with Peter Burdon.

Feb20

Outback Homosexual Serial Killer

POSTED ON // Thursday, 20 February 2014 Written by // Peter Burdon

Outback Homosexual Serial Killer

What’s in a name? Or the title of a show, in this case. Peter Burdon spoke to writer and actor Dion Teasdale.

Feb20

Words, Words, Words...

POSTED ON // Thursday, 20 February 2014 Written by // Peter Burdon

Words, Words, Words...

Quirky comedian Paul Foot is back again in 2014 with his new show Words. He spoke with Peter Burdon.

Feb19

Review: Death of Kings

POSTED ON // Wednesday, 19 February 2014 Written by // Veronica Hannon

Review: Death of Kings

There is only one more opportunity to see The Death of Kings at Gingers at The Oxford Hotel. This work remembers the good and bad times in Sydney through the “plague years”, a pivotal era in LGBTIQ history, where in the midst of a burgeoning gay culture and a thriving club scene, lives were irrevocably changed and - many tragically ended - by AIDS.

Feb19

Bring a friend for free to Wonderland

POSTED ON // Wednesday, 19 February 2014

Bring a friend for free to Wonderland

Now you and your closest pals can party together at this season’s biggest circuit party, Wonderland, with organisers releasing a two-for-one deal for a strictly limited time.