Mika Haka: The Rainbow Gala Extravaganza
Posted in: Entertainment 30th June 2016
We chat to Mika Haka ahead of the Auckland Rainbow Gala Extravaganza about what you can expect at the most fabulous night of the year.
Caluzzi celebrates 20 years
Posted in: Entertainment 23rd June 2016
Krdâ€™s favourite drag cabaret venue just celebrated its 20th birthday, we chat to Caluzzi owner Campbell Orr about how it all began and what makes Caluzzi girls stand out from the rest.
Ze: Queer as f*ck
Posted in: Entertainment 11th May 2016
"Ze" is a new solo autobiographical work by writer and performer Michelle/Ryan Lunicke that opens tomorrow night in Auckland, tackling the big issues surrounding sex, gender and queer labels and identities.
Preview: From This Day Forward
Posted in: Movies 3rd May 2016
It isnâ€™t very often a documentary explores the complexities of gender identity and transition from the perspective of a trans personâ€™s adult child.
"Marry me Chris Warner?"
Posted in: Entertainment 29th April 2016
At twenty years old, James Malcolm is already a Billy T Award nominee and one hell of a funny guy. We chat to him about falling in love with Chris Warner, cracking jokes and coming out in the most appropriate of ways.
Preview: Inside the Chinese Closet
Posted in: Movies 27th April 2016
Inside the Chinese Cloest follows the story of a Shanghai gay man and lesbian woman who both attend a fake marriage fair in the hopes of finding someone of the opposite sex to marry.
Queering the Auckland Writer's Festival
Posted in: Entertainment 19th April 2016
The Auckland Writers Festival is back for another year, we take a look at three LGBTI writers to check out this year.
Two Naked Gay Guys
Posted in: Entertainment 15th April 2016
Two Naked Gay Guys is a new LGBTI comedy web-series, following two gay guys who meet up for a one-off no strings attacked hook-up, only to find that one time isnâ€™t enough. We chat to brains behind the series, filmmaker Conan McKegg.
Posted in: Performance 13th April 2016
We talk to emerging choreographer, Caitlin Davey, about the Basementâ€™s latest contemporary dance offering, Fabricate.
Little Child of Miracle
Posted in: Performance 26th March 2016
Little Child of Miracle is the kind of fairy tale you wouldnâ€™t tell your children before they are put down for sleep. The new show at the Basement is a visual feast for adults, opening this Tuesday, itâ€™s not one to miss.
Your guide to Easter
Posted in: Events 24th March 2016
We check out whatâ€™s happening this long weekend around the country at your favourite venues.
How to make the most of CHCH Pride
Posted in: Events 23rd March 2016
Christchurch Pride is midway through festivities, make the most of whatâ€™s on offer in the upcoming days and take a look at the events the festival has lined up for you.
Six Queer Poets You Should Know
Posted in: Performance 21st March 2016
Today is international poetry day and to celebrate we take a look at some contemporary queer artists making waves around the world.
Christchurch, it's your turn
Posted in: Events 18th March 2016
Itâ€™s Pride season, and tonight marks the opening of Christchurch Pride.
Posted in: Books 11th March 2016
Adam Reynolds and Chaz Harris will be at Out in the Park this Saturday in Wellington chatting to the public about their latest project; illustrated LGBTI childrenâ€™s book Promised Land.