For Aphra Magazine: Entering the Reginald Theatre at the Seymour Centre, completely unaware of what Unfinished Works is, or what it is about, means a world of possibility and open mindedness from the audience for this new production by playwright Thomas De Angelis.
For Aphra Magazine: Holding The Man is one of the most profound LGBT Australian books ever published. Released in 1995, the memoir chronicles the life of actor and activist Timothy Conigrave and his relationship with long-time partner John Caro, from their early days in high school through to their joint fight against HIV.
For Aphra Magazine: From the outset, Paper Towns just looks like another boring, predictable teenage film about a White unpopular high school boy and his infatuation with his beautiful White popular girl neighbour. But instead the film handles the main themes and common clichés well, with depth and humour throughout, making the film an above average teen rom com.
For Aphra Magazine: It’s been seven years since Matthew Mitcham made sporting history and became the first openly gay man to win an Olympic gold. But when I have the opportunity to talk to Mitcham, he still speaks like the fresh-faced diver who made Australia proud in Beijing all those years ago.
For Aphra Magazine: On November 14th, I got a call from conservative columnist Tim Blair while at dinner with work colleagues.
For Aphra Magazine: In recent weeks NSW premier Barry O’Farrell announced a state government crackdown on alcohol and drug related violence after a string of attacks on nighttime city goers in recent months.
For Aphra Magazine: After boasting what is called the “best LGBTIQ films being made in Australia today, and from around the world”, the annual Mardi Gras Film Festival comes to a close in coming days after an incredibly successful run.
For Aphra Magazine: Sydney Festival returns to grace the CBD area for its 37th year this January.
For Aphra Magazine: It’s the name of a girl who divided a nation.