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All About Women
Following on from the success of the F Word in
2012, the Opera House will present All About
Women, a day of conversation and debate,
by women, for women, about women and the
issues that are important to them. Promising
fearless discussion of everything from
parenting, sex, misogyny and freedom to failure,
daughters, equality, rape and leadership, expect
a jam packed agenda of fascinating speakers,
challenging discussions and lively debate.
We’re looking forward to hearing what Brooke
Magnanti (better known as Belle du Jour)
has to say about sex myths. Festival passes
are available, so you can mix and match your
content to suit your taste.
What: All About Women
Where: Sydney Opera House
When: April 7
Tix: Single tickets from $35. Festival pass $80.
The first Friday of every month, Slide presents
CHICK. A fun, themed night of hot music,
entertainment and DJs for girls who like girls.
This month CHICK wants you to unleash your
inner rock chick, hair brush diva and closet
crooners. it’s black leather, studded belts and
boots, and heavy eyeliner at ten paces. Think
glam rock, punk rock, pop rock, air guitar...
Dont just tease your hair – abuse it!
Where: Slide Lounge, Oxford St
When: April 3, 9pm – late.
Join LOTL and Landcare on April 13 for a
special free green dating event as we breathe
life back into the vegetation at Middle Head
National Park in Mosman.
From 10am-2pm we will be doing our best to
clean up the area and are asking you to bring
your friends along, roll up your sleeves and lend
a hand with weeding, bush regeneration and
heritage work. We will also be hosting a walking
tour of the underground tunnels and sandstone
gun pits as well as the old ‘tiger cages’ for those
who are a little more adventurous. After all the
work is done, kick back at our LOTL BBQ where
we will be providing free food and drink!
What: Green Date
When: Saturday April 13, from 10am - 2pm
Where: Middle Head National Park, Mosman
Book: 02 9332 2725 email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Iconic Indian actress Shabana Azmi (Fire)
will be performing in Australia this month
in the theatre production, Broken Images. A
psychological thriller, Broken Images is directed
by Alyque Padamsee (best known for his role as
Jinnah in Richard Attenborough’s Gandhi). The
play explores notions of media saturation and
reality and perception – who we are, versus who
we want to be. Playing for two shows only.
What: Broken Images
Where: Sydney Town Hall (April 5) Robert
Blackwood Hall, Monash Uni (April 6).
Brisbane Queer Film Festival opens with a bang
this month and they’re hosting a kick arse party
to follow the opening night flick, Keep the Lights
On. Travel to the city that never sleeps as Electric
Playground gets a NYC makeover especially for
the festival. Trevor Ashley will be playing host
as his alter ego Liza (on an E). Don’t miss the
remarkable impersonation that caused a huge
scandal in Sydney when Liza herself came to town!
Continue the party with Mr Sparkle, the
unstoppable force with a flair for shenanigans,
and Brisbane’s own deejay diva, DJ ISH, spouting
sexy sounds and dirty beats.
What: BQFF Opening night party
Where: Precious at Electric Playground, Fortitude
Cost: Show your ticket stub or wrist band for $10
entry (regular $15).
Get set for new queer girls’ night in Sydney
called Unicorns. With events planned quarterly
throughout the year, Unicorns aims to celebrate
inclusivity and all things queer. Unicorns will
kick off on April 5 at a secret warehouse venue
in Sydney. To ensure an intimate vibe, only 150
tickets will be sold to the event. The line-up so
far includes Sveta, Lady Bones: Canberra’s all
female DJ crew, DJ Elwizzbomb, burlesque
star Frankie Faux, VJ Optic Soup, more TBA.
When: April 5
She’s been called the ‘Bette Midler of the Flute’ and you’d
have to see flautist Jane Rutter in action to appreciate
how true this comment is. Rutter will be taking over Slide
on Oxford St for one night only this April to dish up an
evening of delirious, decadent music and cabaret stylings
in support of her new album.
What: Jane Rutter
When: April 17
Where: Slide Lounge
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