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Parramatta Pride Picnic
Head to Parramatta Park on September 16 for
a family friendly LGBT community picnic day.
Come and enjoy a fun day out in the park. Bring
a packed lunch and picnic blanket or grab some
BBQ delights from the Western Suburbs Haven.
Furry friends welcome – in fact you may want to
enter your pooch in the Doggywood comp – prizes
for lookalike, best dressed and best in show.
There are stalls, music, fun games and activities
for all the family.
What: Parramatta Pride Picnic
When: Sunday September 16, 11am to 4pm
Where: Parramatta Park Site 23 Pavillion Flat,
Entrance via O’Connell St, Parramatta
Tap Gallery plays host to a killer exhibition of
Japanese artwork, Kawaii (cute) Girls and Pussy
Portraits. Expect to see the latest trends in
Japanese art and illustration with more than 70
artworks on show from 30 Japanese artists.
What: KAWAII Girls Art & Pussy Portraits
Where: Tap Gallery
When: September 11-22
Now in its fifth year, The Gangsters’ Ball
is coming back to Sydney, Melbourne and
Brisbane this September. Expect a night of toe
tapping shenanigans as the Gangsters’ Ball
serves up a 1930’s style speakeasy complete
with a smorgasbord of cabaret, vaudeville,
burlesque, magic, big band and swing band
plus a gambling den with poker, roulette and
blackjack tables. Get into costume, grab a
cocktail or two and mingle with your friends.
Last year more than 3000 punters stepped
back in time to a bygone era – why not join
What: Gangsters’ Ball
When: Sydney Sept 1, Melbourne Sept 8.
Brisbane Sept 15.
Dress to Impress: 1920s - 50s Gangsters,
Flappers, Molls, Burlesque, Vintage Glamour,
Dance Hall Swing & Rockabilly.
Bris-Vegas throws out the rainbow carpet this
month as Brisbane Pride festival takes over
the city. With over 40 events from sports to
fine dining, clubbing, exhibitions, music and
family events, there is sure to be something
The theme of this year’s festival is We are
Family – so expect some fantastic events
embracing and celebrating the great diversity
of our rainbow families.
Other Brisbane Pride Festival premier events
include the long standing favourite Pink Pub
Prowl on September 15, this year’s very
special Pride Rally and Parade which will
include Pride Parade Floats and Pride Fair
Day at Perry Park on Sunday September 16,
and the official Fair Day After Party at the
More info: brisbanepridefestival.com.au
A new musical comedy about religion and
homosexuality, The Atheist’s Guide to the
Galaxy, is kicking off at Sidetrack Theatre this
month as part of the Sydney Fringe Festival.
The musical follows the story of spiritually-
confused Michael Bates, who is cast out of his
church for his newly expressed homosexuality.
Following his futile attempts to rejoin the
church Michael meets friendly atheist
William, is detained at a bizarre Anti-
camp Camp, confronts fraudulent
psychic John Edwards and eventually
sings his way to atheistic enlightenment.
What: The Atheist’s Guide to the Galaxy
When: September 15, 16, 22, 23
Where: Sidetrack Theatre, 142 Addison Rd,
In this fresh and hilarious cabaret, the ever-
surprising triple threat Marney McQueen spills
the dirt from behind the theatrical curtain.
As a leading lady in the two big gay musicals
Hairspray and Priscilla, this gorgeous single
girl felt like a juicy rump steak at a vegan
BBQ. Trading dudes and dating for sequins and
showboys, here is the musical story of a globe-
trotting starlet who found no sex in the cities!
What: Marney McQueen is a Rump Steak at a
When: One show only - Friday September 14
Where: Riverside Theatres
Hares and Hyenas
There’s a slew of fantastic offerings at Hares and Hyenas this month with Benjamin
Law, Betty Bobbitt, Kinkfest and Christine Bruno presenting readings throughout the
Law will read from his book Gaysia, Bobbit (star of Prisoner) will reveal what it was
like to play lesbian con and icon, Judy Bryant as she reads from he memoir From
the Outside. As part of Oz kinkfest, Hares and Hyenas preents Dirty Deeds 5: Sex and
Kink writing, a night of literary sex writing, boundary pushing and transgression in
words and images.
Lastly, US actor and disability activist Christine Bruno presents her one-woman show
Screw You Jimmy Choo, alongside two nights of the very popular mixed performance
by queer Deaf and disabled artists, Quippings (curated by Kath Duncan)
What: Hares and Hyenas
When: Throughout Spetember
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