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Following its grand reopening in June, The Capitol is thrilled to present one of its first public programs on Friday 13 September 2019. Fresh off a packed house at MIFF, The Capitol will screen Frank Simon’s ground-breaking film The Queen (1968), which followed the 1967 Miss All-American Camp Beauty Pageant, introducing audiences to the world of competitive drag and to activist and transgender pioneer Flawless Sabrina – who was the brainchild behind this film. Hailed by Indiewire as a “queer cinematic treasure”, The Queen boasts appearances from the likes of Andy Warhol, Edie Sedgwick, Dorian Corey (Paris is Burning) and artist Larry Rivers. Long before Paris is Burning, Madonna’s ‘Vogue’ and RuPaul’s Drag Race emerged.
ANZ and Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras opened applications for its national LGBTIQ+ community grants program.
ANZ research shows that almost half a million Australian LGBTIQ+ community members 1 (1 in every 4) are still not comfortable being their true selves and discussing their sexuality and gender identity with their loved ones or friends.
The ANZ and Sydney Mardi Gras Community Grants program aims to increase support and inclusivity for the LGBTIQ+ community nationwide, providing grants of up to $10,000 to LGBTIQ+ not-for-profit community organi-sations, charities and individuals.
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with Hobby Chef Mark Frederick Chapman.
- with Gabriel Tabasco.
Q Performance- with Andrew May.
Q Romance - with Karen Gately.
Q Finance - with Nancy Youssef.
Q Music - feat. Stewart Taylor.
Q Beauty - Amazing Oil's Skin.
Q Serial - The Harem Boys - Episode 8.
Special Articles this month:
- Down and Out in Paradise.
- Queer Screen Film Fest.
PLUS MUCH MUCH MORE!