The Brisbane Pride Choir will mark this year’s International Day against homophobia, biphobia and transphobia on 17 May with a combined performance and film evening at New Farm Cinemas at 6.30pm.
The evening will include a selection of the most popular pieces in the Choir’s repertoire along with a screening of the new Australian film ‘Drown’ – a thrilling story of jealousy, homophobic fear, unrequited lust, and beach culture amongst the members of a surf lifesaving club.
“(The evening) is about raising awareness of the rights of LGBTI people in Australia and globally.” Choir President Katherine Richardson said. “Through our performances we tell the stories of our lives and advocate for change and equality.”
Tickets for the combined performance and film evening are $20 and are on sale through the Choir website, www.blgpc.org.au