What's on this week

Type of post: Festival news item
Status: Current
Date Posted: Wed, 15 Nov 2017
Hello SpringOUTers,
What a week last week was...apologies for the lateness of this posting, with everything going on it has been difficult to find time to sit down and write a post.
This week started with the amazing Bianca Del Rio coming to Canberra to perform her one woman show 'Blame it on Bianca Del Rio', even though it was not officially part of the festival it was really nice timing for her arrival here.
This week sees many events occurring...so many events that our Events Manager has taken the week of work to cope!
Wednesday will see the first Long Table lunch with Benjamin Law at Muse, this event is sold out.
The newly formed ACT Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander LGBTIQ+ network is holding their first networking event which will include a panel to discuss their experiences of being out within their community. This is a great opportunity to learn about what experiences they have had during their journey known as life to where they are today. This is being held at 6pm at Polit Bar in Manuka. Tickets are almost sold out so be quick.
Details can be found here:
Also on Wednesday the NFSA is hosting a movie night called Love and Other Catastrophes. Details can be found here:
On Thursday the Brazilian embassy will be hosting a movie screening of 'The Way he looks', Details can be found here:
Friday night will see a special night of wine and food at Muse named 'Meet the Austrians - Wine dinner'. This is an event not to be missed, Larry Jacobs and Marc Dobson from Hahndorf Hill Winery will be showcasing their wines on this night. Details and bookings can be found here:
What are you doing on Saturday 18th November? We are marching to the theme of LOVE. If you aren't already involved in our march please come out and watch from the streets and join us in Glebe park after the march for a nice after of entertainment and food. Details can be found here:
It is too late to put a group together for the march, so come out and spectate...it is bound to be an amazing afternoon.
Also on Saturday at 3pm, Muse is hosting 'Question Time with Andrew Barr'. This will be a great opportunity to hear first hand from our Chief Minister. Details and tickets can be found here:
Sunday sees the return of the Big Gay Breakfast at Tilley's from 9am. Champers on arrival is included but your meal is at your own expense. Details can be found here:
Also on Sunday, Muse are hosting author Krissy Kneen to discuss her new novel An Uncertain Grace. Details and tickets can be found here:
Also, a reminder that the QUEERBERRA photos are still being projected onto the elevator at East hotel daily. Get along and have a look. The book is also for sale from this Friday with $5 from each book being donated to the Aids Action Council. Congratulations Jane and Victoria on this book.
Finally, I know this is being posted at 12.15am on the day the results are being announced, no matter what the result is today just remember to love each other and look after each other.
I will ensure the last week of the festivals update and done on Sunday night...sorry