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WELCOME TO PrideFEST '14 > Pride WA has been part of the Western Australian community since 1989. We grew out of a community movement protesting against laws that actively discriminated against members of our community. Over the years, Pride WA has evolved to incorporate an annual arts and culture festival, parade and community events calendar.

In 2014, Pride WA marks the 25th anniversary of the protest rally in 1989, which consequently led to the formation of an organisation called ‘Pride’ in 1990. With many attitudes changed, numerous hard-earned rights gained and countless hours of volunteering contributed over several decades by thousands of people, it is hardly surprising that the environment for LGBTIQ people in Perth has evolved – for the better. There is however, still more work to be done; as we have seen recently from images and stories coming out of Russia and parts of Africa, hard-won freedoms can never be taken for granted.

Pride WA has recently completed a wideranging and comprehensive Strategic Review of the organisation to identify the purpose of Pride in a contemporary Western Australia and to develop a sustainable organisational plan and business model for the future. Pride WA wishes to sincerely thank Lotterywest for funding the Strategic Review project and to the board and staff at Lotterywest for their support and encouragement throughout the process. Pride WA also wishes to thank its many enthusiastic members, volunteers, supporters and other community groups in the Pride community, and indeed the wider community, for their continued support of Pride WA over the last 18 months as the organisation has embarked upon this process.

Going forward, the core purpose for Pride WA remains to encourage the cultural expression, celebration and human rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, queer and all people of diverse sexuality and gender living in Western Australia. In 2014, Pride WA is able to REFLECT on our humble beginnings in 1989 and indeed celebrate the hard-won successes of the last 25 years,RENEW our vision to become a sustainable, vibrant and active arts, culture and community focused organisation and REJOICE in an exciting future that embraces the LGBTIQ community and engages and connects with the wider Western Australian community.

The new vision for Pride WA is to lead by example in creating a world where inclusion and diversity are embraced and celebrated.

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A GREAT PLACE TO BE LGBTIQ WE’RE PROUD TO BE A PREMIER SPONSOR OF PRIDEFEST 2014 – AGAIN! » In 2012, Vincent established the Relationship Declaration Register – WA’s only local council to offer relationship recognition for same sex couples (search our website) » This year we hosted a fantastic Over 55’s LGBTIQ Information Sessions for seniors » We support PRIDEFEST and FAIRDAY each year with funding and other in-kind support like road closures – in the past we’ve even had a float!

Have a great time everyone > Reflect, renew, rejoice!

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Messages On behalf of Pride Western Australia, I welcome you to PrideFEST 2014: REFLECT, RENEW, REJOICE a celebration of our Community. PrideFEST is a time for the community to come together and be proud of who we are, to celebrate and acknowledge diversity in gender and sexuality.

As Pride moves into its 25th year it’s also a time to look at where we are going and to be true to our core value : To lead by example in creating a world where inclusion and diversity are embraced and celebrated. It’s a time to showcase the talents within the Pride community and, by doing so, to promote awareness of the many challenges that LGBTIQ people still face both locally and abroad. At the same time, we should be rejoicing and looking forward to the next 25 years, where hopefully greater progress is achieved in the fight for equality and fairness. I wish to thank the many people who have volunteered their time over the years on committees, marshalling, building floats, attending bars and stalls. The support from the community is vital to Pride’s ability to succeed. We have reflected and renewed through the Strategic Review it’s now time to REJOICE and celebrate. Happy Pride!

Michelle Rigg

Co-President Pride WA Inc

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Pride Sensations at Brookfield Place Brookfield Place 125 St Georges Terrace, Perth Sunday 16 November 4.00pm - 8.00pm www.pridewa.com.au Free - bookings via eventbrite.com.au

See your weekend out in style with a feast for the senses, as Brookfield Place is transformed into a pop-up gallery space exclusively for PrideFEST. Participating venues and bars will showcase unique culinary delights, as guests enjoy a sensory smorgasbord with visual art and live entertainment by LGBTIQ artists.

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PRIDE WA COMMITTEE

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Marcus Remta

Pride WA reflects on the 25th anniversary of the first march to parliament in 1989, renew demonstrates the outcome of the strategic review and rejoice is where Pride WA is today looking toward the 25th anniversary of the organisation in 2015.

Nicole Corbett I can’t believe 25 years have passed since I marched with friends up to parliament in 1989. In that time many have fought and championed the rights of LGBTIQ individuals with many successful outcomes! This year’s PrideFEST celebrates these achievements through our theme of REFLECT, RENEW, REJOICE via the arts, culture, community events and the parade. Thank you to all the volunteers and supporters of our community over the years and let’s continue improving life for all in our 25th year of Pride WA in 2015.

Amy Henderson

This year’s PrideFEST theme encourages us as a community to REFLECT on our history and pay homage to those who fought for our rights and freedoms; REJOICE in our achievements and celebrate how far we’ve come; andRENEW our commitment to creating a world where inclusion and diversity are embraced and celebrated.

Graham Lovelock

In 2014 we reflect on everything our community has achieved since the protest rally in 1989, renew our commitment to ensuring a strong LGBTIQ community in the future and rejoice in the inclusion and diversity of the Pride community in Western Australia. Happy Pride 2014!

Daniel Smith

PrideFEST is an opportunity for us to celebrate the enormous contribution that LGBT people make to arts, culture and the broader community. It enables us to reflect on where we have come from, where we are today and where we want to be in the future.

Karron Swinn

PrideFEST 2014 to me is a celebration of sexual, cultural and gender diversity in the community.  A time for all to rejoice together about what makes us different as individuals. 

Colin McDonald

This year, Pride is more important than ever, as we REFLECT on some of the setbacks for LGBTIQ rights that have occurred in other parts of the world, RENEW our focus on achieving all the goals that we have set for ourselves, and REJOICE in the fact that we have come a long way in the last 25 years.

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Andrew Barker

As an organisation we REFLECT back on the achievements of Pride and all the hard work so many have done before us. REjoice in the diversity of talent artistry and skills displayed by members of our community.  RENEW our view of the future commitment of Pride to forge a renewed, redefined direction in keeping with current views of our LGBTIQ community and develop a professional sustainable model moving forward.

Rae O’Neill

PrideFEST to me is about coming together as a community, a family and celebrating our uniqueness.

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Michelle Rogers

PrideFEST 2014 presents an opportunity to reflect on how far our Community has come in accepting ourselves and promoting acceptance and inclusion within the wider community. It's a perfect time to have fun, meet up with friends and celebrate our diversity!

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The Rt Hon the Lord Mayor

Lisa-M. Scaffidi City of Perth

PrideFEST always graces Northbridge for ten days in November with an inspiring celebration to Reflect, Renew, Rejoice on those who have lead the way and  contributed so much over the last 25 years and celebrate the future direction. 2014 is jam-packed with events that celebrate the diversity of our lesbian, gay,  bisexual,  transgender, intersex, and questioning (LGBTIQ) community, covering a range of themes that will appeal to all ages and audiences. The  City of Perth has been a long term supporter of Pride WA and is always excited to see this festival continue to grow and flourish. On  behalf  of the City of Perth, I congratulate Pride WA on a positive and strong program and encourage everyone to support and enjoy these events.

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ELENI EVANGEL MLA Mark McGowan John Carey Member for Perth

WA Labor Leader

Mayor City of Vincent

As the State Member for Perth, it is with great pride I support this unique, diverse and inclusive event which activates our City and enlivens the streets of Northbridge.

It’s a pleasure to send my

The City of Vincent is very proud to sponsor the Pride WA festival – because we firmly believe in an inclusive and diverse community, where everyone enjoys the same rights and respect. While much has been achieved, there is still plenty of work to be done to tackle discrimination. Vincent as a council is playing its part, by establishing WA’s first Relationship Declaration Register which enables both heterosexual and same-sex couples a formal recognition of their relationship (search our website for more).

In this its 25th year, PrideFEST will showcase a plethora of events brought together through months of hard work and commitment, by a strong, reinvigorated and committed team. It is a much anticipated, integral part of our City's rich and diverse fabric. Through a magnificent program of cultural, artistic and musical presentations, we see communities align to celebrate the deeper messages of equality, tolerance, understanding and acceptance of all. I am pleased to be a longstanding supporter of PrideFEST. Not only have I over the years enjoyed attending the events, but have forged friendships I value tremendously.  The State Government is very pleased to support PrideFEST through Lotterywest. On behalf of the Premier the Hon Colin Barnett MLA, I wish you all the very best for a great festival and look forward to seeing many of you at the events.

very best wishes to Western Australia’s LGBTIQ community for PrideFEST 2014. Labor has a long and proud history supporting equality for LGBTIQ people. The WA community has come a long way since the 1989 protest event which led to the ever more successful yearly Pride Festival. But there is more to do to stop bullying and discrimination and to promote acceptance and love. For this reason, 2014’s theme of Reflect, Renew, Rejoice is most appropriate. We can look back and celebrate the gains made in equality, but let’s all renew our efforts to make sure progress continues. It would be pleasing if these efforts could result in marriage equality in the near future. My congratulations and best wishes go to the hard-working organisers of PrideFEST 2014 and to all who join in this year’s celebrations.

PrideFEST also gives the LGBITQ community a great opportunity to come together and feel connected as part of something bigger. Let’s make sure we welcome all to be a part of this celebration – let’s Reflect, Renew, Rejoice together!

JOHN BERRY

US Ambassador PrideFEST is an excellent example of the LGBT community, their families and their supporters in Western Australia celebrating the values of diversity and inclusion. Events such as this serve as an inspiration to other communities in the world where fundamental rights and freedoms and equality are questioned or challenged. I wish Pride WA and the wider LGBT community a truly memorable celebration, and I know that U.S. Consul General Cynthia Griffin looks forward to attending the planned festivities.  Together, let us celebrate and support the efforts and accomplishments of the LGBT community in Australia and around the world.

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This year, PrideFEST will culminate with the muchloved Pride Parade.

Returning to a night-time event, the Parade will light up the streets of Northbridge with colourful floats and creative entries, as members of the Pride community and our supporters come together to celebrate inclusion and diversity.

Located between Roe, William, Beaufort and Francis Streets, Northbridge

In 2014 we mark 25 years since the first protest rally in Perth in 1989 that led to the formation of Pride WA and the Pride Parade. The Parade will bring this year’s theme to life as we Reflect on our beginnings, Renew our hope for the future and Rejoice in our achievements, making it a truly must-do PrideFEST event.

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garden party @ urban orchard Join us to celebrate after the Parade at our new Garden Party, in the Perth Cultural Centre.

Enjoy a drink with your friends, while taking in the stunning city views from the beautiful urban orchard setting. Our DJs will be playing your favourite queer anthems, and we will have pop up entertainment and performances throughout the evening. Sponsored by the fabulous people at the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority, the Garden Party will be the perfect place to make a night of it after the Parade.  If you are partying elsewhere on Parade night, we would love you to pop in for a drink or two to say hi.  Food will also be on sale.

Urban Orchard GRAI

sundowner @ urban orchard Everyone wants to enjoy a rewarding quality of life when they’re older and GRAI (GLBTI Rights in Ageing Inc) have been championing and working hard towards achieving this for our community.

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When: Friday 21 November 6.00pm – 8.00pm Where: Orban Orchard Tickets: $30 or $25 GRAI & Pride Members Tickets available www.eventbrite.com.au Search GRAI

rememberance Transgender Day of Remembrance Twilight Vigil

Come and light a candle at this vigil to memorialise and honour those sisters and brothers of the transgender and gendervariant community who have lost their lives across the world due to hatred and prejudice. There is only the now to raise awareness not only within our LGBTIQ community but with the general public that no one deserves to ever be the victim of anti-transgender hatred or violence. When: Thursday November 20 6.00pm – 7.00pm Where: Urban Orchard Tickets: Free Event

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When: Saturday 22 November, from 8.30pm Where: Perth Cultural Centre Tickets: $5 general admission / Pride WA members FREE

It’s the end of the week and the night before the Pride parade, GRAI is celebrating PrideFEST in the Urban Orchard and invites you to mix and mingle as twilight takes hold against the backdrop of our fair city. Enjoy the entertainment, you may even want to add some mint from the garden to your drink or perhaps some herbs with your canapes.

Entry is only $5, and it is free for Pride WA members. All funds raised to go to help staging the Pride Parade.

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Fairday '15

After a massive success in 2014, the award-winning Fairday returns to Hyde Park in 2015. The event will mark the beginning of Pride WA’s 25th anniversary year, an important landmark for the organisation and the community that supports it.

This fun-filled day of all-things Pride with entertainment, food and community stalls is set to be bigger and better that ever, so bring your picnic rugs, your picnic hampers and settle in for Pride’s ultimate all-inclusive day of celebration. When: Sunday 15 February, 2015. (visit pridewa.com.au for more details in the coming months)

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Pride Fundraisers

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sordid lives

By arrangement with Origin™ Theatrical, on behalf of Samuel French, Inc. Our special fundraising night from Playlovers Inc, presenting the Australian premiere theatrical production of Sordid Lives. Grab a friend or fellow thespian and enjoy a night out at the theatre! When good Christian woman Peggy hits her head on the sink and bleeds to death after tripping over her much younger, married lover's wooden legs in a seedy motel room…chaos erupts in Winters, Texas! Her colourful family must come to grips with her death and deal with their own demons while preparing for what could be an embarrassing funeral. There’s Ty, her closeted grandson who is trying to find his identity in West Hollywood; Brother Boy, her son who has spent the past twenty-three years dressed as Tammy Wynette and locked up in a psychiatric hospital; Latrelle, LaVonda and Noletta, the bored housewives who live in delightfully kitschy homes and spend their days in their own petty little world of gossip and rumour and the gun toting fellas of the bar, trying desperately to keep up.

Pride "the Film" PRIDEWA

This is the incredible true story of a Welsh mining community struggling to make ends meet during the 1984 miners’ strike, when hope arrives with the unlikeliest of allies – a group of gay and lesbian activists who decide to raise money for the miners. A rousing British crowd-pleaser in the spirit of Billy Elliot and The Full Monty, starring Bill Nighy and Imelda Staunton, Pride is a funny, affecting and truly inspiring film about two seemingly opposite communities who unite to form an extraordinary bond.

Pride WA thanks Entertainment One Films and Natalie O’Shea at NRC Communications in making this fun night possible. Date: Thursday 23 October Time: 6pm arrival - film starts at 6.30pm sharp Venue: Cinema Paradiso 164 James Street, Northbridge Tickets $15 and available from www.eventbrite.com.au Search for Pride WA

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Date: Thursday 20 November Time: 8pm Venue: Hackett Hall Draper Street, Floreat Tickets $25 from www.eventbrite.com.au Search for Pride WA

Please Note: Play contains adult themes. Thank you to Clayton Zwanenburg and Playlovers Inc


PRIDEFEST ONE NIGHT STAND

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PrideFEST takes over Rooftop Movies for one evening only. Come along to the top floor of the City of Perth Roe Street Carpark and embrace the evening reclining on a deckchair under the stars in front of the big screen with the city skyline in the background.

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Written and performed by Kim Ho and directed by Laura Scrivano, The Language of Love is a wry, sensitive and moving account of a young man coming to terms with his sexuality and facing a life-changing decision.

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PrideFEST One Night Stand @ Rooftop Movies

Rooftop Movies City of Perth Roe Street Carpark 68 Roe Street, Perth Thursday 20 November Doors 6.00pm, movies start 8.00pm https://www.rooftopmovies.com.au Presale $12 +BF, Door $15

Director: Eric Schaeffer (USA) / 2014 / 95 minutes Boy Meets Girl is a poignant, sexy, romantic coming of age comedy about three twenty year-olds living in Kentucky. Robby, (Michael Welch from Twilight) and his best friend since childhood, Ricky, a gorgeous transgender girl, have never dated. Lamenting the lack of eligible bachelors, Ricky considers dating a girl.

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PrideFEST International Micro Film Festival James Street Amphitheatre Perth Cultural Centre 14-22 November 12.00pm & 12.00am Saturday 22 November 12.00pm & 9.00pm www.perthculturalcentre.com.au Free event

The James Street Amphitheatre screen will feature a LGBTIQ short film from around the globe at twelve midday and twelve midnight for PrideFEST. A special screening of all the short films together will take place on Saturday 22 November at 12.00pm and 9.00pm. Friday 14 Nov / Cactus Flower - Seungah Yoo – Korea: 2.38min Saturday 15 Nov / Half – Alex Bohs – USA - 5.58min Sunday 16 Nov / Miracle on 22nd St – Redglass Picures USA - 7min Tuesday 18 Nov / Technicolor Kiss – SF Fim Workshop USA - 3.48min Wednesday Nov 19 / Lipstick – SF Film Workshop – 3.09min Thursday 20 Nov / But I’m a Cheer Leader – J, Casey Doyle – USA - 5:30min Friday 21: Nov / Loveism – Paul Sixta – Netherlands - 4 mins

REFLECT, RENEW, REJOICE with extraordinary auteur driven short films sourced from the international independent cinema underground.

One short screening each noon and midnight throughout PrideFEST from Friday 14 to Friday 21 November with combined screening of all films before the spectacular evening parade through Northbridge on Saturday 22 November at noon and 6pm. Exhibiting free from the Perth Cultural Centre Screen.

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2014 Pride PARADE NorthbridE

William and James Streets Northbridge Saturday 22 November 8.00pm www.pridewa.com.au Free for spectators Pride WA's annual street parade returns to an evening program in 2014 and is set to be the grand finale of ten days of PrideFEST! With prizes for the craziest costumes and most fabulous floats, you can expect the most colourful and glamourous celebration of our community. Get your rainbows out and celebrate your pride in the heart of our city!

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In The Dark Presents: SWAGGER SUPERSIZED YEAR 3000

Metro City, 146 Roe Street, Northbridge Friday 21st November 10pm-Late www.inthedark.com.au/perth/ $25 - $55 On November 21 we will honour the bravery of Jiggly Caliente, Jujubee and April Carrion with a Swagger Supersize. Come dressed in your finest futuristic gear, should you fail to do so and dishonour our Queens you may be offered as a sacrifice, so that we all may continue to party like it’s 2999. Untitled-1 1

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Connections Pride Party

Connections Nightclub 82 James Street, Northbridge Saturday 22 November 8.00pm-Late www.connectionsnightclub.com $25, door sales only Showcasing the very best talent that our community has to offer, Connections presents a party to close the Pride PARADE with a bang. Three rooms, six DJs, three shows and glitter and sparkles for days! You won’t forget this night in a hurry...

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The University of Western Australia celebrates Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) inclusion.

UWA proudly f lies the f lag for gender and sexual diversity.

UWA is the only university that has achieved ranking in the Top 10 Employers for LGBTI Workplace Inclusion every year since the inception of the Australian Workplace Equality Index (AWEI) in 2010. UWA’s flagship ALLY program continues to thrive. ALLY was established in 2002 to promote visibility and awareness of gender and sexual diversity of students and staff. The ALLY program has resulted in UWA becoming a safer, more welcoming and more affirming campus for everyone. Today the UWA Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex Inclusion Plan is our framework for a more inclusive community. To fi nd out more about UWA’s ALLY Network email us at ally-hr@uwa.edu.au or visit hr.uwa.edu.au/dsg

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A rousing and warm-hearted crowd-pleaser in the spirit of Billy Elliot and The Full Monty, Pride tells the incredible true story of the unlikely alliance between a striking Welsh mining community and a group of gay and lesbian activists in Eighties Britain.

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Love Sundays PrideFEST Wrap Up Party Luxe Bar 446 Beaufort Street, Highgate 23rd November 8:00pm - Late www.luxebar.com $5 before 10pm, $10 after 10pm

Luxe Bar's legendary cast of sultry sophisticates, charismatic up-and-comers, high maintenance boys and luscious lipstick beauties come together in quintessential Sunday style. A Sunday night fling that has grown to a weekend lover, Love Sundays is the only way to finish up your flirty weekend.

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Garden Party @Urban Orchard

Urban Orchard Perth Cultural Centre Saturday 22 November 8.30pm - 12.00am www.pridewa.com.au $5 - Pride Members FREE See details on page 11.

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The Court Street Party presents The White Party’ The Court, 50 Beaufort Street, Perth Saturday 22 November 9.00pm www.thecourt.com.au $50 Presale, $55 Gen, $60 Door

It’s The Court’s most ambitious Street Party yet! This year we bring you not only FOUR HUGE ZONES to party in, we’re commanding the heavens to open up the skies and making it SNOW!

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Connections Nightclub 82 James Street, Northbridge Thursday 20 November 10.00pm - 3.00am www.connectionsnightclub.com $5 All your favourite bright, bubbly, sugar coated pop tunes flowing from the decks all night long from DJs Scout, Tim Bee and Feminem! That’s right, ALL DRAG, ALL NIGHT, from the door to the bar to the floor, the Connections Resident Queens are here to get your party pumping!

PARADE Warm-Up Party

Connections Nightclub 82 James Street, Northbridge Friday 21 November 8.00pm www.connectionsnightclub.com Free entry, cash bar Pride and Connections Nightclub give parade participants a chance to get in the mood for our biggest night of the year on the terrace.

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WESTERN AUSTRALIAN ACADEMY OF PERFORMING ARTS

GUESS WHO’S

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CONVERSATIONS

SYNCHRONICITY

ROUNDHOUSE THEATRE

ENRIGHT STUDIO

GEOFF GIBBS THEATRE

DIRECTED BY BRENDAN HANSEN PERFORMED BY POSTGRAD CLASSICAL VOCAL STUDENTS

DIRECTED BY RICK BRAYFORD PERFORMED BY ABORIGINAL THEATRE STUDENTS

CHOREOGRAPHY BY RAFAEL BONACHELA / AIMEE SMITH / AUGUST BOURNONVILLE PERFORMED BY 2ND & 3RD YEAR DANCE STUDENTS

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We invite our favourite stars and starlets to dinner to share their favourite songs and arias.

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Happy Pride! Theatre Wishing everyone a fabulous Festival and Parade

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Sordid Lives

Hackett Hall Draper Street, Floreat Pride WA FU NDRAISER: Thursday November 20 Season runs November 8, 9, 13, 14, 15, 16, 20, 21, 22 @ 8.00pm except for Sunday performances (2.00pm) www.playlovers.org.au Pride WA Fundraiser tix www.eventbrite.com.au Search Pride WA Pride WA Fundraiser $25 / Season Run $20 Full / $15 Concession & Pride WA Members / Sun 16 Nov Matinee High Tea tix $25 A black comedy about white trash! When good Christian woman Peggy, hits her head on the sink and bleeds to death, after tripping over her younger lover’s wooden legs in a seedy motel room….. well, chaos erupts in Winters, Texas! Big hair and loud mouths abound in this SouthernFried, Texas comedy! A special Pide WA fundraising performance of this play will take place on Thursday, November 20.


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Connections Nightclub Caberet Room 82 James Street, Northbridge Wednesday 19 November Doors 8.00pm, show 8.30pm www.facebook.com/ASaucyLittleSecret $20 - $75 An HMS Popup production, this masterful piece of cabaret following the lives of five strong women whose music and attitudes influenced the development of modern blues, queer lifestyle and racial tolerance. Tickets available from Ticketbooth.

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A Saucy Little Secret

Those Who Fall in Love Like Anchors Dropped Upon the Ocean Floor The Blue Room Theatre 53 James Street, Northbridge 11-29 November 2014 8.30pm www.blueroom.org.au $25 Full / $20 Concession / $20 Pride WA Members

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The Blue Room Theatre 53 James Street, Northbridge 4-22 November 2014 7.00pm www.blueroom.org.au $25 Full / $20 Concession / $20 Pride WA Members

Geoff Gibbs Theatre, WA Academy of Performing Arts 2 Bradford Street, Mount Lawley 15-20 November 7.30pm www.waapa.ecu.edu.au $30/$25

WAAPA’s Aboriginal Theatre program is a proud supporter of PrideFEST. Catch the Aboriginal theatre stars of tomorrow in this fearless production of Richard Frankland’s Conversations With The Dead. From his experience as a field officer with the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody, Richard Frankland pulls no punches in this theatrical portrayal of a character walking a razor’s edge between sanity and insanity.

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Joey is 9½ years old. Joey likes machines so much he wants to be one. But sometimes Joey explodes… Enter Dr Bruno Bettelheim: world-renowned child psychologist and Director of the School for Emotionally Disturbed Children and Adolescent. Based on an article published in Scientific American in 1959, Joey: the Mechanical Boy explores how personalities are made, destroyed and made again, and how sometimes imagination can be the best medicine.

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The Bird 181 William Street, Northbridge Tuesday 18 November 8.00pm www.barefaced.com.au $10 door sales only Barefaced Stories gets amidst PrideFEST mayhem for one massive night of storytelling! From lawyers to comedians, mums to bus drivers - each storyteller will take to the stage with nothing but a true life tale - some humorous, some sad and some downright perverse! Barefaced Stories: Pride Edition promises to deliver an amazing array of piping hot talent revealing their deepest and darkest secrets.

From a Cold War Russian Submarine, to a Parisian street and an Appalachian snow field, this is a tale that transcends time. A highly anticipated world premiere from the poetic and “achingly magical” mind of celebrated Australian playwright Finegan Kruckemeyer, directed by award-winning Adam Mitchell (The Motherfu**er With The Hat, When The Rain Stops Falling).

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Connections Nightclub Caberet Room 82 James Street, Northbridge Friday 21 November 7.30pm, Show 8:30pm www.connectionsnightclub.com $12 presale, $15 door

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with timothy young 2014 Musica Viva International Concert Season One of the brightest stars in the new generation of violinists, Ray Chen (joined by Timothy Young) presents a spectacular program with exceptional versatility and elegant finesse in works by Mozart, Prokofiev and Sarasate. THURSDAY 6 NOV 7.30PM Perth Concert Hall

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Connections Nightclub Caberet Room 82 James Street, Northbridge Saturday 15 November Doors 8.00pm, show 8.30pm www.connectionsnightclub.com www.ticketbooth.com.au

Jazz divas Libby Hammer & Ali Bodycoat perform unique jazz interpretations of the world’s favourite gay anthems in an intimate cabaret setting in the main room. Tickets available from Ticketbooth.

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Fly By Night Musician’s Club Parry St, Fremantle Saturday 15 November Doors 6:30 pm, Show 7.00pm www.galswa.org.au $30, $25 for Pride WA members + BF

GALSWA returns to the stage to celebrate their 21st birthday at PrideFEST 2014. Featuring some of the biggest hits from the world of musical theatre; Les Miserables, Phantom, Godspell, A Chorus Line, alongside lesserknown masterpieces by Sondheim and Benny/Bjorn – this fun show shines a choral spotlight onto the Broadway stage!

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Over The Rainbow with Ali Bodycoat and Libby Hammer The Ellington Jazz Club 191 Beaufort Street, Perth Friday 21 November 7.00pm www.ellingtonjazz.com.au $15-$25

Perth jazz darlings Ali Bodycoat and Libby Hammer perform a stunning collection of songs that celebrate gender and sexual diversity in our community. Our two glamour gals give the cabaret treatment to classics from musical theatre, pop, country, disco and the great American songbook; exploring issues surrounding gender inequality and arriving at the joyful and definite conclusion that we all have the same right to love.

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Sunday Sounds

Northbridge Piazza Cnr James and Lake Streets, Northbridge Sunday 16 November: James Wilson & Moondog J, featuring Edo Ekic Sunday 23 November: Jen De Ness & Mutima 1:00pm - 3:00pm www.perth.wa.gov.au Free event You’re invited to the Northbridge Piazza’s FREE live music events on Sundays. Enjoy the vibe of Sunday Sounds with family and friends - make a day of it by taking advantage of nearby shops, cafes and bars in the chilled out ambience of the Northbridge precinct.

Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner? Roundhouse Theatre WA Academy of Performing Arts 2 Bradford Street, Mount Lawley 14-20 November 7.30pm www.waapa.ecu.edu.au $25/$20

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Celebrities love their music and tonight we discover their musical tastes and what influences them in the world of glitz and glamour. Do they like Mozart or Madonna? Will it be Gluck, or Gilbert and Sullivan? In a spirit of fun, adventure and entertainment, we invite our favourite stars to dinner to share their favourite songs and arias.

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Articulating Landscapes II Presented by Ochre Contemporary Dance Company Masonic Contemporary Studio Nedlands 6 Broadway Nedlands 14-18,22-25th October 7:00pm www.ochredance.org.au $25

Michael Schumacher Open Rehearsal King Street Arts Centre Cnr King and Murray streets, Perth Friday 21st 3.00pm - 5.00pm www.strutdance.com.au Free event

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Visiting US choreographer Michael Schumacher opens his rehearsal studio to the public, as dancers prepare for the upcoming MoveMe Improvisation Festival.

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Using texts written by Western Australian authors as inspiration for short contemporary dance works, audiences will be immersed in the vast and beautiful landscapes here in Western Australia. Join Ochre’s accomplished dancers across ten evenings in October to experience a unique interplay between movement and the written word.

Synchronicity

Geoff Gibbs Theatre WA Academy of Performing Arts 2 Bradford Street, Mount Lawley 15-22 November 7.30pm www.waapa.ecu.edu.au $30/$25 WAAPA’s Classical Dance program is a proud supporter of PrideFEST. Classical dance fans will be impressed by the colour and vibrancy of Kim McCarthy’s and Andries Weidemann’s restaging of Bournonville’s much loved Napoli which tells the story of Teresina, a young Italian girl who falls in love with Gennaro, a poor fisherman against the wishes of her mother.

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Adam Peter Scott’s Trivia Death Match: Queer Edition

Lazy Susan’s Comedy Den, upstairs at the Brisbane Hotel. 292 Beaufort Street, Highgate Wednesday 19 November Doors 8.00pm, show 8.30pm www.eventbrite.com.au $15/ $12 concession and Pride WA members Adam Peter Scott’s Trivia Death Match is a monthly game show about TV, films, books, music and all sorts of pop culture. This show is a special bonus edition celebrating queer media. From Queer as Folk to Queen of the Desert, from Orange is the New Black to Oranges Are Not The Only Fruit – APS is covering it all.

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Megabingay

Connections Nightclub 82 James Street, Northbridge Thursday 20 November 7.30pm - 10.00pm www.fb.com/BingayPerth Free event, bookings essential

If theatre and stand up comedy met one night in a smoky bar and after a few drinks found themselves in a compromising position in the back of a clapped-out ‘67 Volkswagon, the result of this sordid tryst would be The Big HOO-HAA! The show is completely improvised therefore every performance is wonderfully unique and created just for you!

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Lazy Susan’s Comedy Den, upstairs at the Brisbane Hotel 292 Beaufort Street, Highgate Saturdays 15th and 22nd Nov 8.00pm www.ticketek.com.au $20/$18

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Famous Sharron’s Surprise Selfies It’s a mystery, dolls! Free event

Hi Dolls, you know I love selfies, and selfies at the PrideFEST is no exceptions! Can’t wait to see you all for photies, make sure you’re looking your fabbest, find where I’m going to be on the internets dolls!

Our regular Thursday night Bingo with Balls gets supersized across two rooms and the terrace with the queens Skyping in their commentary.

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True Self: DavidRosetzkySelectedWorks PICA Sat 15th Nov 10:00am-5:00pm www.pic.org.au Free event

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Art Gallery of WA Perth Cultural Centre 16 August - 9 March 2015 9.00am - 5.00pm www.artgallery.wa.gov.au Free event

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The Peter Fogarty Design Fund was established by Art Gallery of Western Australia Foundation Governor Dr Tim Jeffery to support the acquisition of works by Australian designers and craftspeople not yet represented in the Collection. This exhibition presents the exceptional works purchased from the Fund over the last ten years, including jewellery, furniture, glass and ceramics by beloved Australian artists.

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One of Australia’s finest video artists, David Rosetzky creates intensely beautiful lens-basedworks exploring identity, subjectivity and relationships. Increasingly, he collaborates with professionals from the fields of theatre, dance, film andsound. Drawing on fifteen years of practice, this exhibition presents early portrait and longer duration videos, photographs, photo-collages and sculptures, revealing telling relationships between these aspects of his practice.

Australian Design: ten years of the Peter Fogarty Fund

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FUNDRAISER Exclusive Film Preview of Pride

Thursday 23 October 6pm arrival - film starts at 6.30pm sharp Cinema Paradiso 164 James Street, Northbridge Tickets $15 and available from www.eventbrite.com.au Search for Pride WA


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3rd Wednesday

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The Brisbane Hotel 292 Beaufort Street, Highgate Wednesday 19 November 6.00pm Free event

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3rd Wednesday is an informal social group of like-minded LGBT friends and supporters. We meet on the third Wednesday of every month at The Brisbane Hotel.

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Celebrating Pride at Parliament

Aboriginal People’s Gallery, Parliament House Harvest Terrace, West Perth Thursday 20 November 6.30pm - 8.30pm www.lynnmclaren.org.au RSVP required for tickets - email Office of Lynn Free

Beaufort Street Festival

Beaufort Street, Mt Lawley Saturday 15 November 12.00pm - 8.00pm www.beaufortstreetfestival.com.au Free event A celebration of all things Beaufort Street – from the innovative nature of our business owners, to the decadent tastes and smells that fill Beaufort Street on a daily basis. Visit the Pride stall to pick up your program and watch the stage for highlights from the Pride festival. Pride supports and thanks the Beaufort Street Festival and the Beaufort Street Network.

Bringing together LGBTI stakeholders to network on achieving same-sex marriage.

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Come and Try OUTDance

Mount Hawthorn Community Hall 197 Scarborough Beach Road, Mount Hawthorn Tuesday 18 November 6.30pm - 8.30pm www.outdance.com.au Free event Ever thought you might like to learn to dance? This is your opportunity to have a go in a relaxed, friendly environment. Whether you are a same sex couple or single, we invite you to come and experience same sex ballroom dancing. During the evening some of our more experienced dancers will put on a floor show and a light supper will be served.

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Curtin University Presents : Rainbow Crossing Curtin University Kent Street, Bentley November 1-30th All Day www.curtin.edu.au Free Event

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In recognition of Curtin’s Highest Ranking University for LGBTI equality at the national Pride in Diversity Awards for the 2nd year running, and as part of the University’s place activation initiative, the rainbow pedestrian crossing will make its return to mark this event. This crossing will be on display throughout November.

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Curtin University Rainbow Light Installation

Curtin University Kent Street, Bentley where ...... Thursday 20th November After Dark www.curtin.edu.au Free Event when ........ Curtin presents an interactive rainbow light projection outdoors. This info/tix ... rainbow light installation will be projected onto the Curtin Stadium’s price ........ exterior wall at night, celebrating Pride with Curtin’s students, staff and community.

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Flag Raising Ceremony

Curtin University Kent Street, Bentley Thursday 20th November 9:00am www.curtin.edu.au Free Event

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To mark the beginning of Curtin’s Pride celebrations, the rainbow Pride flag will be raised on the main flag poles. Join us and listen to speeches from Allies that reflect Curtin’s Values of Integrity, Respect, Courage, Excellence and Impact.

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GRAI Sundowner @ the Urban Orchard

Urban Orchard Perth Cultural Centre Friday 21 November 6.00pm - 8.00pm www.grai.org.au $30 & $25 for Pride & GRAI members Join GRAI (GLBTI Rights in Ageing Inc) in celebrating PrideFEST as the sun sets over the city whilst enjoying drinks, canapes and entertainment.

Freedom Centre Open Day

Freedom Centre 93 Brisbane Street, Perth Saturday 15 November 12.00pm - 5.00pm www.freedom.org.au Free event Freedom Centre hosts its annual Open Day to allow the community to get to know us better. We invite the community, parents, friends and allies to see the centre, meet the staff and volunteers and see what we’ve been up to this year in the form of photos, videos and artwork.

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Curtin University Pride Breakfast Curtin University Kent Street, Bentley Friday 21st November 8:00 AM www.curtin.edu.au Free Event

Curtin’s ALLY network would like to invite everyone for a BBQ breakfast at the heart of the campus. Why not have your own rainbow crossing photo moment as you grab a feed before your exams or on your way to the office.

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Loton Park Tennis Club DIVERSITY IS OUR ADVANTAGE

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PrideFEST Village Breakfast presented by GRAI in association with LGBTIQ community groups.

Russell Square Corner Shenton and James Streets, Northbridge Saturday 15 November 9.00am - 12.00pm www.grai.org.au Free event

Loton Park Tennis Club 23rd November 2:00pm -8:00pm www.lotonpark.com.au Gold coin donation After the whirlwind night that is the Pride Parade and after parties, why not come down and enjoy a relaxing afternoon of music & fun while lounging in the sun. Food and drinks will be on sale as you meet and mingle. So bring your friends and let’s recover together.

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PrideFEST opens with a community breakfast on Russell Square’s green grasses. Bring a breakfast feast, a picnic rug and your friends and family as we stretch out on the grass and enjoy a relaxed start to the Pridefest-ivities.

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Harold Boas Gardens Corner Wellington & Colin Streets, West Perth Sunday 16 November 4.00pm - 6.00pm http://www.livingproud.org.au Free event You are invited to join Living Proud to commemorate and reflect on our 40 years of service to the WA LGBTIQ community. Bring your friends and family, and some celebratory picnic food and drink to rejoice and remember the people and places that have brought us to where we are today. Please BYO picnic rug, food and drinks.

Derrick Ernst Centre 62 Rudloc Rd Morley Sunday 16 November 11.00am - 2.00pm Free event

This is a great event for LGBTIQ families to meet and mingle, as well as a good place for those who are pregnant or considering starting a family. There will be a sausage sizzle, a lucky dip, colouring and other activities set up for children.

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Pride Community Thanksgiving Service North Perth Lesser Hall 24 View Street, North Perth Sunday 16 November 3.00pm - 6.00pm www.openarmsaustralia.org Free event

This is family event, welcoming Christians to a joint Worship Service for all welcoming and affirming churches around Perth. An invitation will go out to all of those Pastors and Priests who have such congregations to participate.

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The 3rd Thurs of every month, 5-8pm @ Freedom Centre 93 Brisbane St, Perth.

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Transgender Day of Remembrance Twilight Vigil

Urban Orchard Perth Cultural Centre Thursday, November 20 6.00pm - 7.00pm www.transgenderdor.org Free event

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Take Me To Your Leader - presented by Out In Perth

Hotel Northbridge 210 Lake Street, Northbridge Wednesday 19 November 6.30pm www.outinperth.com $10 Who are the next generation of leaders for the LGBTIQ community and what do we need to support their development? Join OUTinPerth for a community discussion about leadership with some special guests.

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Murray Street Mall Perth Saturday 22 November 1.00pm www.facebook.com/EqualLoveWA Free event

Join the candelight vigil for our brothers and sisters of the transgender community worldwide, who have lost their lives due to transphobia.

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PrideFEST congratulates G Fest, our Geraldton-based counterpart, on their recent and hugely successful nine-day festival, showcasing local artists and cultural diversity through a range of performances and events. Representatives from Pride WA made the trip up to Geraldton for G Fest and were delighted to see regional communities celebrating their pride, even bringing the world-famous De Parel Spiegeltent to regional Western Australia for the first time ever!

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BUNBURY - True Colours - MoviE Screening of 52 Tuesdays

St Augustine Uniting Church Bunbury 119 Mangles St, Bunbury WA 6230 Friday 14th November Free event

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A Saucy Little Secret

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Conversations With The Dead

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Joey: the mechanical boy

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Sordid Lives

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Those Who Fall in Love Like Anchors Dropped Upon the Ocean Floor

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GALSWA presents : OPENING NIGHT - The Best of Broadway

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Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner?

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Michael Schumacher Open Rehearsal

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Adam Peter Scott’s Death Match Trivia : Queer Edition

In The Dark Presents: SWAGGER SUPERSIZED YEAR 3000 Lesbian Mud Wrestling Love Sundays: PrideFEST Wrap Up Party Garden Party @ Urban Orchard PARADE Warm-Up Party POP!

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Australian Design: Ten Years of the Peter Fogarty Fund

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True Self: David Rosetsky Selected Works

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3rd Wednesday

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Beaufort Street Festival

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Celebrating Pride at Parliament

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Come and Try OUTDance

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Curtin University - Rainbow Crossing

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Playgroups with Pride WA

Free

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Pride Community Thanksgiving Service

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PrideFEST Village Breakfast presented by GRAI in association with LGBTIQ community groups.

Free

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Pride Sensations at Brookfield Place

Free

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Qculture

Free

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Queer Business Network - presented by OUTInPerth

$15

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$16-20

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Rally for Marriage Equality and Queer Rights

Free

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Take Me To Your Leader - presented by OUTInPerth

$10

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Transgender Day of Remembrance Twilight Vigil

Free

11,31

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Rainbow Vinyasa Flow

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Loton Park Tennis Club - Recovery Session

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BUNBURY - True Colours - Movie Screening of 52 Tuesdays

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Saturday November 15th - OVER THE RAINBOW Jazz divas Libby Hammer & Ali Bodycoat perform unique jazz interpretations of the world’s favourite gay anthems in an intimate cabaret setting in the main room. Doors open 8pm. Showtime 8.30. Tickets available from Ticketbooth. Wednesday November 19th - SAUCY LITTLE SECRET An HMS Popup production, this masterful piece of cabaret following the lives of five strong women whose music and attitudes influenced the development of modern blues, queer lifestyle and racial tolerance. Doors open 8pm. Showtime 8.30. Tickets available from Ticketbooth. Thursday November 20th - MEGABINGAY Our regular Thursday night Bingo with Balls gets supersized across two rooms and the terrace with the queens skyping in their commentary. Free entry.

Friday November 21st - LICKMYPALOOZA Presented by UH HUH! and PrideWA. A night of live, independent & local music in the main room from 8pm. Tickets, $12 from Ticketbooth, with limited earlybird sales. Friday November 21st - PARADE WARM-UP PARTY Pride and Connections Nightclub give parade participants a chance to get in the mood for our biggest night of the year on the terrace from 8pm. Free entry. Saturday Nov 22nd - CONNECTIONS PRIDE PARTY Showcasing the very best talent that our community has to offer, Connections presents a party to close PRIDE with a bang. 3 rooms, 7 DJs, 3 shows and glitter & sparkles for days! $25 entry. Door sales only. Our People. Our Pride.

FOR FURTHER DETAILS ON THESE AND ALL OUR EVENTS PLEASE CHECK OUR WEBSITE & FACEBOOK

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