A gender-bending mashup of ballet and Indian dance styles with a queer bent.
The Real Housewives of Melbourne star, Gamble Breaux, has added singing to her careers list, and she's set to headline at Feast Festival this November.
Walker Books Australia has announced a ground-breaking collection of Young Adult (YA) short stories by LGBTQIA+ Australian authors.
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.
The Australian parliament has voted to allow same-sex marriage, ending the ban on gay and lesbian couples marrying.
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 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.
When best friends and lovers, Allan and Warwick, die, they discover an assortment of characters trapped in purgatory with unresolved issues who also can't move on.
In Soul Mates, the protagonist, Zane, is a lesbian Pastor, and survivor of sexual assault. The story is an old one: the search for redemption and healing through love. Zane’s object of desire is Jaina, who is a survivor of foster care.
A haunting brings two grieving women together but they both have to exorcise their own ghosts before they can find happiness again and let themselves love.
We chat with American author K.A. Moll, who writes lesbian romance novels focusing on troubled women who find healing and happiness through love.
Don't miss your opportunity to be a part of one of the most colourful festivals on the 2016 calendar! Get in before applications close...
Mary is in town and she is bringing something exciting with her...
A little food for thought for your weekend; Glam Adelaide is kicking it old school with a celebration of our great state and its most progressive and kick arse moments
The fun and frivolity of the 2015 Feast Festival will be hitting Adelaide soon and the launch of this year's program started the soon to be festivities off with a bang. Check out all the socials from the night
From A Night With Conchita to an amazing Opening Party, this year's Feast Festival is set to be massive. Don't miss all the program highlights and information here
Join in the walk to raise money for the LGBTIQ community this Mental Health Week
Adelaide musician/performer Michael Griffiths is continuing to make waves on the world stage as he impresses at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival...
Feast Festival, Adelaide’s annual lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, queer (LGBTIQ) Arts and Cultural Festival is calling of for Expressions of Interest for the 2015 festival.
With Di Bella Coffee coming under fire for anti-gay remarks, Griffiths Coffee, Australia's oldest coffee company, are urging more businesses to embrace diversity and support the LGBTIQ community.