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Wednesday 16 April 2014


 Review: Carousel & Clothesline
Posted in: Performance  9th April 2014
Alumni from Cirque du Soleil and Cirque Éloize have put together an incredibly fun and camp show in Carousel & Clothesline.


 One to watch: Becky Crouch
Posted in: Performance  5th April 2014
After killing it at the Raw Comedy Quest last year, Becky Crouch has a group show in the NZ Intl. Comedy Festival. The seriously funny up and comer deals to our quick-fire Q&A with ease.


 Review: Angels In America, Act I - Millenium Approaches
Posted in: Performance  23rd March 2014
Holy frikken powerful play Batman! Blood, hope, angels, racial slurs, lesions, Mormons, sodomy, republicans and Rabbis – all on stage. Naked truth, naked humour, naked men. (It is spectacular).


 The Angels are Coming, The Angels are Coming!
Posted in: Performance  20th March 2014
"You need to go see this show. There is more than the fact that it is a fantastically told story with amazing characters ..."


 Review: Lady Poets presents Queer Poets
Posted in: Performance  19th March 2014
If there's one thing guaranteed to conjure up dread in a gay man it's the prospect of a night of lesbian poetry. Read on...


 Re-review: Black Faggot
Posted in: Performance  7th March 2014
From a Samoan mum, to a just out son, a gay fusspot, a charming shyster and a near-ridiculous artist, these characters are utterly uproarious.


 Review: Pericles, Prince of Tyre
Posted in: Performance  3rd March 2014
Lexie Matheson gives Auckland University's latest Summer Shakespeare production four and a half stars out of five.


 Bringing Laramie to Christchurch
Posted in: Performance  2nd March 2014
The Laramie Project is coming to Christchurch. Director Craig Ogilvie tells GayNZ.com why he is bringing the confronting play to the Garden City.


 Review: Yes, Pam Ann was Plane Filthy!
Posted in: Performance  22nd February 2014
The temperature has already gone through the roof on the biggest weekend of the Auckland Pride Festival thanks to an outrageous, hilarious and utterly scandalous show by Pam Ann.


 Review: GALS free concert
Posted in: Performance  16th February 2014
Auckland's Gay and Lesbian Singers outdid themselves this afternoon, presenting a nicely-judged programme in a perfect setting and exhibiting many of their strengths.


 Review: Queen
Posted in: Performance  16th February 2014
After consulting the Urban Dictionary, Lexie Matheson agrees with her son that Sam Brooks' second Auckland Pride Festival show Queen is the 'shizz'.


 Review: Mumbai Monologues
Posted in: Performance  16th February 2014
"After the performance a lovely friend told me he’d cried at the beauty of their work. I suggested alcohol. He denied it. It all sounded great, so I decided to experience it for myself."


 Review: Riding in Cars with (Mostly Straight) Boys
Posted in: Performance  14th February 2014
If you are in the city this weekend, treat yourself and stop by The Basement carpark. Not just to perhaps park your car, but also to see a rather gorgeous play which is set there – yes, in the carpark.


 Review: Teen Faggots Come to Life
Posted in: Performance  13th February 2014
The great news about Teen Faggots Come to Life is that it’s absolutely brilliant. The not so great news is its Auckland Pride Festival shows are already sold out.


 'Teen Faggots' coming to life
Posted in: Performance  13th February 2014
Jaycee Tanuvasa came out as transgender at her Catholic boys school, fell in love with a boy, and had to slay a few ‘dragons’ for love.