Article Title:Auckland Pride 2015: event snapshot
Author or Credit:Jacqui Stanford
Published on:18th December 2014 - 09:30 am
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Text:Some of the many events which will fill the extended three week 2015 Auckland Pride Festival programme have been revealed. Get your calendars out and start marking, because it’s going to be busy! The 2015 Auckland Pride Festival runs from Friday 6 February – Sunday 1 March The Pride Gala Major events already confirmed: The Auckland Pride Gala Q Theatre, Queen Street, Saturday 7 February, 8pm LYC Big Gay Out Coyle Park, Point Chevalier, Sunday 8 February, midday Bear New Zealand Week Sunday 8 – Sunday 15 February Heroic Gardens Festival Saturday 14 – Sunday 15 February Auckland Pride Parade Ponsonby Road, Saturday 21 February, 7.30pm PROUD Party Victoria Park Market Complex, Saturday 28 February, 9pm The popular Staircase Reunion will be followed up with Staircase Revisited Freshly listed events: 30 EXHIBITION 1 Dec –27 Feb, Ngā Taonga) 'Implicated and Immune' (31 Jan –28 Feb, Michael Lett Gallery) Waitangi Day Dawn Ceremony (6 Feb, Okahu Bay) Staircase Revisited (6 Feb) Auckland Cycle Pride (8 Feb) Girl on a Corner by Victor Rodger (9 –15 Feb, Basement Theatre) Queers in Tertiary Seminar 2015 (9 Feb, AUT) All the Words of the Rainbow (9 Feb, Leys Institute) Freya Desmarais – Live Orgy (9 – 11 Feb, Basement Theatre) Big Gay Book Group (10 Feb, Shanghai Lil’s) Away From Home (17 – 21 Feb, Herald Theatre) Legacy Project: Year 2 (10 – 14 Feb, Q Loft) Mika Jacqui Stanford - 18th December 2014    
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