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18 Corrs Lane Chinatown, Melb. CBD,
2nd Last Fri, myspace.com/fabrik_aus,
G Spot for the Girls ;5
Heaven's Door, Fridays monthly, 147
Commercial Rd, Melbourne (see LOTL ad or www.
heavensdoor.com.au) + PLAY RnB every Saturday
Girl Bar ♀5
Prince of Wales, 29 Fitzroy St, St Kilda, Every 4-6
Grouse, Neverwhere Bar ;5
Smith St. Collingwood, Monthly on urs
(Check site for dates), myspace.com/grouseparty
It's A Girl Thing ♀5F
Libation, 302 Brunswick St. Fitzroy, Sundays from
Sundaylicious, and Misschievous parties.
See website for venues and dates) pinkalicious.com.au
She Bar ♀qFp
- Bendigo Hotel, 125 Johnston Street,
Collingwood, 2nd & 4th Sat, shebar.org/
Cougar Leather ;
Club, Leather enthusiast club http://members.bettanet.net.
GIRL FEAST ♀53
Club Mojo 258a Hindley Street, Adelaide 3rd Fri 8pm
- 3am www.temptressproductions.com
Golden Club ♀5
Social club for lesbian women over 30
Mars Bar ;qF
GLBT bar, 120 Gouger St. Adelaide
♀ Women Only
5 Night Club
p Pool Tables
B!TCH promoter pro le
Party promoter, Renee Schembri, talks B!tch.
What was the inspiration for B!tch?
We wanted a funky house girls' night -- I had worked a
lot as a lighting designer and promoter in the straight
club scene for years -- a scene with so much variety.
We didn't have anything like that for our girls. The
formula and performances were very different ve
years ago when we started, it wasn't as focused on
new sounds and live musicians, it was jelly wrestling
and strip shows -- and to be honest me and my mates
wanted a regular night that we wanted to go to -- and
my lounge room got too small, ha!
Why was the scene ready for B!tch?
It was time for something fresh, also the younger girls
needed a space that wasn't so strict on door policy.
I remember some girls being held back at doors of
certain venues due to looking too straight. We built
a following of all sorts of girls and it was a damn hot
crowd of the next party generation.
Describe the B!tch vibe...
Funked up -- that could be a "c" or an "n" in that rst
statement ahh, we used to always describe our vibe
as dress code spunk & the sound is funk. B!tch is
always light and fun, fresh and sexy, leave the attitude
at the door!
What can punters expect from a B!tch event?
Expect the unexpected -- we are always pulling out
something different, new sounds, venues, artists,
parties... but we can always guarantee a rocking
If B!tch was an animal what would it be and
It would be a hot lesbian avatar ha ha, releasing your
inner beast! I know an avatar isn't an animal but work
with me... Because B!tch couldn't be described as
just one animal, it would be best described as a tribe,
and a little wild, and some of us I am sure have walked
out feeling shades of blue/green at times -- signs of a
good time, ahh dear!
What are your hopes/plans for B!tch in the
Our number one priority is to keep rolling out rocking
big parties for the girls in Sydney, kicking off with a
really huge calendar of events in Feb and Mardi Gras
season; bring in some big acts this year under the
Revolution brand; and keep growing strong. It's 5
years of constant parties this July, and I want to see
It's the original day after dance party! Keep up that
Mardi Gras high with LoveGAZE, an after-party with
music and more, featuring Alex Taylor, Kate Monroe,
Murray Hood, Brett Austin, GI Jode, Troy Cox, Chip,
Sista P, Eddie Coulter, Jason Barry, and exclusive
international DJs to keep the party rolling.
LoveGAZE will be taking over the Soho in Potts Point,
a favourite venue for its multiple levels, three dance
spaces, chill spaces, different bars to choose from,
and an outdoor smoking area. The daytime party
starts at 4pm and heats up well into the evening,
finishing with a bang at 4am. That's 12 hours of
Sydney's hottest house music with a friendly vibe in
a newly renovated club.
For more information head to sohobar.com.
Tickets available through moshtix at $35. Spread
the Mardi Gras love on Sunday, 7 March 2010
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