Now showing: Last Chance CafÃ©
Posted in: Performance 30th October 2014
Co-facilitated by gay Aucklander Borni Te Rongopai Tukiwaho, Last Chance CafÃ© is a play put on by the Hobson Street Players, of 140 Hobson Street, Auckland(AKA the City Mission).
Catching up with Blake
Posted in: Movies 29th October 2014
Blake Skjellerup fills us in on the documentary To Russia With Love, which he hopes will reignite conversation about anti-gay discrimination around the world. Plus we briefly catch up on his life in New York, and find out heâ€™s bringing fiancÃ© Saul down to New Zealand for the holidays.
Preview: To Russia With Love
Posted in: Movies 28th October 2014
Blake Skjellerup appears in a new documentary which tracks athletes and activists around the time of the Sochi Winter Olympics.
Theatre tribute to Peter Taylor
Posted in: Performance 27th October 2014
The musical Two People Like Us will tell the story of two cross-dressing men who fall in love â€“ and will be dedicated to Peter Taylorâ€™s memory.
2 One Another: A full circle dance
Posted in: Performance 26th October 2014
The Sydney Dance Company delved into personalities and relationships between its dancers themselves for the work its bringing to Auckland.
Labour Weekend events guide
Posted in: Events 24th October 2014
If you are heading out this weekend, there are a few things on, including male strippers in Auckland, a singlet party in Wellington and a night out run by the Christchurch Pride team.
Legacy Project: Get your submissions in!
Posted in: Performance 23rd October 2014
The clock is ticking to get your story in for the Legacy Project. Artistic Director Bruce Brown tells us rather than just polished scripts, the team are also looking for ideas which grab them.
Mardi Gras' Courtney Act teaser
Posted in: Events 22nd October 2014
Drag star Courtney Act has been photographed at the cityâ€™s most iconic locations in a campaign to welcome the world to Sydney for Mardi Gras 2015.
Posted in: Movies 17th October 2014
The Academy Cinemasâ€™ LGBTQ Movie Night proves that the best way to watch a glbti family movie is in the company of your glbti family.
Review: Gareth Thomas' Proud
Posted in: Books 17th October 2014
The hardman of Welsh rugbyâ€™s story of the torturous hiding of his sexuality, and the light he was greeted with when he threw open the closet doors, is heartfelt and enlightening.
Updated: Hamilton Pride 2014 Guide
Posted in: Events 15th October 2014
Even more events have been added to the Hamilton Pride line-up! Weâ€™ve got the lowdown on everything you need to know, including the doggy day out!
Review: Kele's Trick
Posted in: Music 14th October 2014
The dance-driven new solo work from the Bloc Party frontman is sexy. Itâ€™s romantic. It's catchy. It has a boy singing about a boy. Itâ€™s a perfect soundtrack for a lusty summer flirtation.
MKR: 'Social media buddies' eliminated
Posted in: Television 9th October 2014
â€˜Social media buddiesâ€™ Sam Sutherland and Dan Freeman have been eliminated from My Kitchen Rules after a kitchen nightmare.
X Factor's Tee, on finding happiness
Posted in: Music 8th October 2014
Kiwi X Factor Australia star Tee Toleafoa tells GayNZ.com about the happiness heâ€™s found after learning to stop running from his problems â€“ plus the peace heâ€™s made with his mum.
For the love of dance: Jessie McCall
Posted in: Performance 7th October 2014
Dancer and choreographer Jessie McCall canâ€™t recall the exact moment she fell in love with dance, saying it was more like an extended courtship.