From singing in the bath to interviewing his Hollywood idols, Harry Clayton-Wright's journey has not been a conventional one.
In Sex Education, Harry Clayton-Wright explores how we learn about sex and how it shapes our lives.
Tommy Misa asks: Can you fall in love under the light of a bathroom stall?
Audrey review: US writer Topher Payne's lengthy satire on gay activism and America's culture wars demands you ride the jumping shark.
Written by Topher Payne, this subversive political satire pushes all the buttons and pulls all the triggers.
Travel back to 1986 for a live taping of the acclaimed New Zealand TV cooking show starring the outrageously camp chefs Peter Hudson and David Halls.
KL's queen of comedy Joanne Kam and Mumbai’s Navin Noronha, India's only out gay stand-up, talk about censorship, love and laughter in their respective cities.
Audrey review: Warmth and humour mitigate the journalistic tone of Campion Decent's theatrical documentary on Tasmanian gay rights and law reform.