Goodbye Pink Flamingo : a global selection of groundbreaking queer, punk, feminist, and DIY art and film.

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        Goodbye, Pink Flamingo is a three-day retrospective(*) festival running November 17-19, celebrating Sydney’s (Australia) dopest venue presented by Static Vision and Pink Flamingo Cinema, showcasing a global selection of groundbreaking queer, punk, feminist, and DIY art and film. Featuring retrospective screenings of the work of many of our favorite directors, including … Continue reading

QUEER NATURE Celebrating diversity in art, plants and fungi @ KEW’S ROYAL BOTANICAL GARDENS

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Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, in southwest London houses the “largest and most diverse botanical and mycological collections in the world” Founded in 1840, from the exotic garden at Kew Park, its living collections include some of the 27,000 taxa, while the herbarium, one of the largest in the world, has over 8.5 million preserved plant and fungal specimens.n The library … Continue reading

Various Voices 2023 : LGBTQ+ Choir Festival in Bologna Italy

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      Little did we know until today about the very existence of VARIOUS VOICES  the most important LGBTQ+ choir festival in Europe that was founded some 35 years  It is a non-competition event that takes place every 4 years in a European city, chosen by the choirs who take part in Legato (European … Continue reading

Queerguru’s Andrew Hebden reviews AUNTIE’S HOUSE part of Kings Head Sight Unseen FestivaL

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  Auntie’s House  ★★★ Kings Head Theatre, London  Auntie’s House, by Paul Stone, is a very new piece of theatre that feels fresh from the workshop. Whilst in need of some development this embryonic work has a heartwarming charm and comic potential that is ripe for future success. Auntie Tamina (Ruchika Jain), a Muslim widow, … Continue reading

Queer On The Pier : this fab outdoor Festival in Hastings UK is BACK

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      To most Brits, the seaside resort of Hastings was made famous back in the year 1066 when the pesky French, led by the William Duke of  Normandy chose the town to start the Norman Conquest when they invaded the whole country.   But that was then and this is now and the only … Continue reading

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