We sing and chant primarily in Sanscrit. The songs are 'call and response' style and the words are written on a whiteboard. Participants can either sit and absorb the good vibes or contribute with the provided hand percussion instruments and their voice.
Proudly presented by the Gay and Lesbian Tennis Club during SpringOUT, Bushdance is Canberra's most popular GLBTI annual event attracting locals and people from all over the country. Photos kindly supplied by Doug Robinson.
Currently not meeting due to COVOD19. A casual and friendly group that welcomes all like-minded women in Canberra to meet weekly for coffee, a movie and dinner.
For further details and to RSVP, please call Robyn on 0424 191 561.
Local Canberra playwright and director, David Atfield delivers yet another exceptional play. It's a heady ride of sex, love and politics. It was with much excitement that I ventured out to see David Atfield’s latest play, ‘Exclusion’, at the Street Theatre, in Canberra.
It seemed like only yesterday we where having out first birthday, but that was now over five years ago. To celebrate our 7th birthday we thought we would look back over of our most memorable events. The FUSE aussieBum Underwear Fashion Show seemed like a good place to start.
Over the last fifteen years aussieBum has given us some of the best undies and apparel that a man could want, at our FUSE first birthday back in 2010 we showed them off with pride.
HEDWIG, internationally ignored song stylist hits Australian shores.
John Cameron Mitchell is in Australia to personally introduce us to all the wonderful delights of the "internationally ignored" punk rock singer Hedwig, from the glam rock musical 'Hedwig and the Angry Inch'.
LGBTIQ+ choirs from four countries arrive in Canberra this week for the Out & Loud choral festival. Hosted this year by Canberra Gay & Lesbian Qwire, Out & Loud is a triennial gathering of Australasian queer choirs.
The Canberra Times described last year’s Marriage Equality Results Night street party at Hopscotch — attended by around 6000 people — as the first spontaneous thing to have ever happened in the national capital. YES!Fest is its successor and the Creative Director Danny Corvini (DJ Raydar) tells FUSE Magazine what we can expect of this year’s encore event.