With two sold-out seasons under its belt, Friendly Feminism, the award-winning feminist cabaret by Millicent Sarre, is making a return to the Adelaide stage. Brought to life by an all-woman band, this is a cabaret crash-course in modern inter-sectional feminism, featuring 10 original songs, relatable anecdotes and a healthy dose of audience participation. A show […]
The 4Qs – Drag Revue is Adelaide’s latest Drag-Cabaret night featuring 4 of Australia’s finest Drag Artists featuring: Fabulous costumes Comedy Games Group routines And for a bit extra, delicious meals prepared by the Diverse-City owners and hosts, Sue and Sarah. Tickets are limited so book asap. Tickets: $25 show only $45 VIP balcony seating […]
Stories of bar adventures, Bali life, anonymous trysts, and dark low-points on the streets.
Internet sensation Father Rod Bower of the Gosford Anglican Church, discusses his life, social justice, and religion.
Raised in two very different worlds, one angry and violent, the other loving and nurturing, John must find his own path to happiness.
A testosterone-fuelled comedy circus that dares to tread where no butch blokes usually go!
When a teenage girl is caught kissing another girl at a high school dance, she is sent to gay conversion therapy but, while there, she starts to find a sense of belonging amongst others who struggling with their identity.
Founder of the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre reads his own autobiography which is a story about doing what's right, protecting others, and finding hope and salvation through your own dark times.
When young Julian sees three beautiful women with flowing hair, he imagines them to be mermaids and wants to be just like them. A picture book about imagination and identity for ages 4+.
Honey, let me tell you a thing... If you're a fan of 'schlong island iced teas', boy do we have news for you! Mary's Poppin is expanding! After two years of shenanigans and many martinis, Vonni and Wundes will be the hosts of Mary's expansion, Thirstdays.
Walker Books Australia has announced a ground-breaking collection of Young Adult (YA) short stories by LGBTQIA+ Australian authors.
When lesbian teenager Alex meets Phoenix, she must decide whether to come out to the people in her closed-minded town, or withhold her true feelings.
Alfie Ordinary offers a bitter twist to his highly enjoyable sequined romp through his young life at Madame LeCoq's Preparatory School for Fabulous Boys.
2018's Fringe Ambassador, comedian Joel Creasey, has lived a short but busy life so far and marks the occasion with an autobiography of his journey from a McCafe to the world stage.
An engaging, illustrated look at theories on gender, identity and sexuality & how normative differences tend to privilege one type of ‘being’ over its opposite.
Over three periods in his life, a boy grows into a man, learning to be his own person and accepting his sexuality in a world that hasn't accept him.
The stay-at-home husband of an ambitious banker begins to discover life outside their marriage when new friends introduce him to a much wider world than he's ever known.
A little boy, who is different from his peers, is bullied & isolated at school until a yard duty teacher changes his world & helps others embrace his differences.
An inspirational collection of photographs take by Tom Dingley over 2 years, showing LGBT people as they are today, holding photos of when they were younger.
A policewoman who has turned to alcohol to deal with her past, finds healing and romance in the arms of the woman caring for her sick sister.