Article Title:Your royal itinerary
Author or Credit:Jacqui Stanford
Published on:2nd June 2013 - 12:44 pm
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Story ID:13430
Text:We all know Queen's Birthday Weekend is all about celebrating your inner queen, and thank goodness there are many royal events around the country this weekend. Prepare to get busy, and er, get busy! Sunday Undies, undies, undies ... (no togs) URGE is holding one of its infamous undies parties. "Break out those hot undies as the original K Rd Underwear Party is back for Queen's Birthday Weekend!" Alan and Paul say. Tickets are just $10 and are available now from the bar (this usually sells out). Music from DJ Mauri. 490 K' Rd, Auckland Out Takes Lesbian Gala, Wellington The Lesbian Gala has become a 'must-go' Queen's Birthday weekend event for many women. This year the film is the beautiful European offering Frauensee, in which a chance encounter between two lesbian couples, leads to a weekend friendship, flirtation and intense sexual attraction! (We have seen it and it's HOT!) 7.00pm Bar opens at Paramount (receive a complimentary drink) 7.50pm Auditorium doors open 8.15pm Prize draws start 8.30pm Frauensee starts Paramount, 25 Courtenay Pl, Wellington.  Mr Gay Wellington! Mr Gay Wellington will be crowned in a fabulous glitzy event on the Sunday of Queen’s Birthday weekend. The event sections include evening wear, swimwear and solve a world problem. Our resident MC and the most delightful Steve Gray will be the master of the madness for the night’s events. Miss Capital Drag will be in attendance and will be doing a few numbers to entertain in between the glamor. $500 CASH plus other prizes are up for grabs for the winner. Meet the contestants from 8pm - 9pm. The first 50 people to arrive receive a COMP glass of bubbles! "This is going to be a ripper, ladies and gents!" Ex Wellington crazy cat, the fabulous Gummy Sue has CONFIRMED she will be staging a come back show on the night! AWESOME! Ivy, 49 Cuba St. Christchurch rises up once more Yes, there is something on in the south! The UpRising Trust is holding its second birthday party at Club 604 at the Woolston Tavern. "We're Ready To Partayyyyyyyyy!" the UpRising crew say. "We've got a new place to play at Club 604 at the Woolston Tavern, we've got DJs, we've got shows, and we've got a prize or two for those with the BEST PARTY OUTFITS! "Bring your friends, come along - it's time you dusted off those dancing shoes!" $10 on the door, and proceeds to the UpRising Trust - LGBT community development. Club 604, 43 Hargood St, Christchurch. All weekend: Out Takes: A Reel Queer Film Festival. Aside from the plethora of drag, strippers and dance parties, there are also piles of GLBTI films showing this weekend in Auckland and Wellington. Check out the Out Takes website for full details. Life's never a drag at Family! Family has drag shows and DJs all weekend, with a free BBQ on Sunday from 6PM and male strippers that night - plus an underwear party downstairs. "We all known Queen's Birthday is the gay weekend so gay power, keep it G.A.Y." Miss Ribena says. Family, 270 K' Rd, Auckland. A classy cocktail at S  
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