Sydney actor, dancer, poet and powerhouse Mel Ree tells the Sentinel all about her spoken word night, Revolution Renegade.
Sydney’s LGBTQI communities have welcomed an announcement by the Reverend Fred Nile that he will retire from politics in November.
Get out and about in Sydney this April! From the Easter Show to Anzac Day; the Sydney Comedy Festival to the Sydney Writers’ Festival, there’s plenty on in the Harbour City.
Exclusive: Australia’s biggest gay nightclub, ARQ, and its neighbour, Bodyline Spa & Sauna, have announced they’re reopening in a Sydney Sentinel exclusive.
The Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras has tood down two of their seven board members, allegedly for their links to the Pride In Protest collective.
Inner West Greens candidates plan to break what they say is a Labor-Liberal alliance with a platform of expanding public spaces and establishing a greener council.
NSW Police are attempting to shut down the planned Mardi Gras spin-off ‘Pride in Protest’ rally, reports Travis de Jonk.
Sydney is positively packed with events in March – which is officially Art Month and the month of Mardi Gras, the Greek Festival, St Patrick’s Day, International Women’s Day and much more!
Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras CEO Albert Kruger talks about putting on a parade in a pandemic.
Rita Bratovich interviews three of Queer Screen’s dedicated volunteers – the fabulous pink-shirted individuals who help make Queer Screen such a huge success.
The Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade will be held in the SCG this year – but a new queer march is set to take its place on Oxford St, writes Travis de Jonk.
The Sydney Star Observer has been accused of body shaming and racism after a controversial social media post.
The Sentinel undertakes a thorough examination of the Gay and Lesbian Association of Doctors and Dentists (GLADD) and speaks to founder Dr Bhushan Joshi ahead of the group’s Mardi Gras appearance.
Rita Bratovich previews a selection of cinematic delights at this year’s Mardi Gras Film Festival.
The Sentinel interviews Lisa Rose, the woman behind Australia’s largest queer film festival.