From Les Miserables to The Sound of Music, the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Choir mines the musical treasures of Broadway for their next concert. In between rehearsals, choir music director Sarah Penicka-Smith tells Reg Domingo what’s in store.
Burning up dirt tracks in grunty cars sound like your kind of fun? The Gay 4x4 & Camping Group QLD has been out and about since 2009 and they’re a fun and active bunch of guys. Organiser David McCarthy tells QP about this unique group.
One of the most beloved stage and screen performers of all time, Julie Andrews arrived in Australia for the first time ever last week to a throng of adoring media. Garrett Bithell was in amongst the action.
Out reporter Patrick Abboud spent eight months producing a story about young gay and lesbian Arab-Australians entering into fake heterosexual marriages for SBS’s new hip current affairs program, The Feed. On the eve of the program’s launch, he speaks with Andrew Shaw.
The man who has been at the centre of controversy within the Anglican Church as their first gay Bishop is on his way to Australia. Here, Gene Robinson speaks with Rachel Cook about taking on one of the world’s largest institutions and why the Church almost always gets it wrong.
SBS’s Sam Pang and Julia Zemiro head to Malmö in Sweden to once again provide viewers with a unique Australian perspective on the campest show on television, the Eurovision Song Contest. By Reg Domingo.
Since stepping into the area of lesbian health awareness, the Lesbian Health Action Group (LHAG) has been doing a heap of good work. Queensland Pride talks to Sally Morris from Healthy Communities about all things lesbian.
Peter Catt is Dean of St John’s Cathedral in Brisbane. He’s also head of a Christian group that believes conservative religious voices have dominated socio-political debate in Australia for too long. He spoke with Andrew Shaw.
The 1980s Australian television drama series Prisoner broke ground for pushing boundaries and challenging conventions. Its 2013 reboot, Wentworth, looks set to continue this tradition and more, writes Nicky Bryson.