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Sex Education: Bathtub to Hollywood
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Sydney Mardi Gras FestivalSeymour Centre, Chippendale, Sydney 25 - 28 Feb 2020

Sex Education: Bathtub to Hollywood

From singing in the bath to interviewing his Hollywood idols, Harry Clayton-Wright's journey has not been a conventional one.

Sex Education
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Sydney Mardi Gras FestivalSeymour Centre, Chippendale, Sydney 25 - 28 Feb 2020

Sex Education

In Sex Education, Harry Clayton-Wright explores how we learn about sex and how it shapes our lives.

They Took Me To a “Queer Bar”
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Sydney Mardi Gras FestivalEast Sydney Community and Arts Centre, Sydney 28 - 28 Feb 2020

They Took Me To a “Queer Bar”

Tommy Misa asks: Can you fall in love under the light of a bathroom stall?

Angry Fags
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Sydney Mardi Gras FestivalNew Theatre, Newtown, Sydney 4 Feb - 7 Mar 2020

Angry Fags

Audrey review: US writer Topher Payne's lengthy satire on gay activism and America's culture wars demands you ride the jumping shark.

Angry Fags
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Sydney Mardi Gras FestivalNew Theatre, Newtown, Sydney 4 Feb - 7 Mar 2020

Angry Fags

Written by Topher Payne, this subversive political satire pushes all the buttons and pulls all the triggers.

Hudson & Halls
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Sydney Mardi Gras FestivalSeymour Centre, Chippendale, Sydney 18 - 19 Feb 2020

Hudson & Halls

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.

Spicing the mike
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ComedyRiverside Theatres, Parramatta, Sydney 22 - 22 Feb 2020

Spicing the mike

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.

The Campaign
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Sydney Mardi Gras FestivalReginald Theatre, Seymour Centre, Chippendale, Sydney 11 - 28 Feb 2020

The Campaign

Audrey review: Warmth and humour mitigate the journalistic tone of Campion Decent's theatrical documentary on Tasmanian gay rights and law reform.

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