It’s the mid-seventies – and satin baggies and chunky platforms reign supreme. Jethro Tull does battle with glam-rock for the airwaves. It’s a universal story, based in the mid ’70s, when the author, Tim Conigrave, fell in love with the captain of the all-boy school footy team.
This multi-award winning play explores the highs and lows of a remarkable partnership that speaks across generations, sexual preferences and cultures.
The Tommy Murphy play is based on Tim Conigrave’s autobiographical novel.
Holding the Man is on from 21 October to 13 November, Dunstan Playhouse, Adelaide.
Brazil’s two largest cities, Rio and Sao Paulo, both consistently rank in the top 20 destinations for LGBTI travellers and don’t think that the importance of this fact is being overlooked. Estimates speculate that South American LGBTI tourism dollars will hit the $23 billion dollar mark with a huge percentage of that flowing directly into […]