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Outline’s Guide to the LGBTIQ+ Acts in the 2018 Comedy Festival -26 April to 20 May 2018

Outline’s Guide to the LGBTIQ+ Acts in the 2018 Comedy Festival -26 April to 20 May 2018

With the 2018 NZ International Comedy Festival fast approaching Outline NZ have created a useful guide to all the shows that include LGBTIQ+ identifying performers. This will help you check out and support them this funny season. Guide: Outline NZ: Your Guide to the LGBTIQ+ Acts in the Comedy Festival Website: 2018 NZ International Comedy […]

Film Fundraiser – The Breaker Upperers – 17 May 2018 – Wellington Lesbian Radio

Film Fundraiser – The Breaker Upperers – 17 May 2018 – Wellington Lesbian Radio

Wellington Lesbian Radio are hosting their first film fundraising event! And what a fabulous film they are starting with! Come along and enjoy the awesome new film The Breaker Upperers. Tickets are $25 (waged) $20 (unwaged) including a sweet treat surprise! To book your ticket please visit the Facebook Event Page

Stuff: Father’s moving tribute to murdered Zena Campbell

Stuff: Father’s moving tribute to murdered Zena Campbell

Chris Campbell, the father of Zena Campbell, thanked the crowd and gave a moving tribute to his daughter at the vigil at Civic Square on Tuesday night reported Stuff. About 100 people attended Tuesday’s vigil for Zena. The event opened with a karakia by takatāpui group Tīwhanawhana. A moment of silence was observed for Zena, […]

Social Media: Wellington International Pride Parade 2018

Social Media: Wellington International Pride Parade 2018

Wellington International Pride Parade was lead by Labour MP Louisa Wall and Miss Ribena. Radio NZ reported thousands of people turned out to watch and celebrate the Pride Parade. PrideNZ.com captured the audio from the opening of the Wellington International Pride Parade. Tweet from Justin Lester, Mayor of Wellington. Amanduh and I are looking forward […]

Rainbow Crossing planned for Wellington

Rainbow Crossing planned for Wellington

Justin Lester, Mayor of Wellington City, announced on the eve of the Wellington Pride Parade a Rainbow Crossing will be installed later this year in Wellington City. This Rainbow Crossing, which will be installed on Cuba/Dixon Streets is something Wellington City Council have been working on for a while and has strong community support. Stuff: […]

The Universe is Pretty Big and I’m Afraid of Sex – 5 to 7 April 2018 – Bats Theatre – Wellington

The Universe is Pretty Big and I’m Afraid of Sex – 5 to 7 April 2018 – Bats Theatre – Wellington

Sex is scary, sex is beautiful, sex is awkward… let’s talk about it. Follow two technically grown humans as they journey through human interaction, to the centre of the universe! The Universe is pretty big and it’s all pretty scary if you think about it… even if you don’t think about it, it’s still pretty […]

Fa’aafa – 6 to 9 March 2018 – Bats Theatre – Wellington

Fa’aafa  – 6 to 9 March 2018 – Bats Theatre – Wellington

Fa’aafa combines Samoan oral traditions, adornment, movement and sound. Juxtaposed against the colour and contrast of modern digital projection, Fa’aafa creates a gripping and responsive Samoan fāgogo (fable) for young urban polynesians. Created by digital native Pati Solomona Tyrell this work unveils a world known only to Samoans through whispers. As a lens based media […]

Shift Hui 2018 – 20 to 23 April 2018 – Porirua

Shift Hui 2018 – 20 to 23 April 2018 – Porirua

Shift is a hui (gathering) for young people of minority sexualities, genders and sex characteristics run by InsideOUT! Join them for 4 days and 3 nights of making connections, learning about different issues facing the rainbow community, taking part in workshops and activities (talent show!) and gaining new skills and knowledge to help you set […]

Harvest Pop Up Cafe – 2 March 2018 – Petone – Wellington

Harvest Pop Up Cafe – 2 March 2018 – Petone – Wellington

Check out the Harvest Pop Up Cafe taking place in Petone this Friday, raising funds for Intersex Youth Aotearoa! Hosted by Faith Communities United By Love as part of the Wellington Pride Festival I Tū whakahīhī e Te Whanganui-ā-Tara. pic.twitter.com/baBOLAqSRE — InsideOUT (@insideoutkoaro) February 28, 2018 Website: insideout.org.nz Twitter: Follow insideoutkoaro

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