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Have you been glued to House of Drag? Do you have fabulous wigs and false nails? Could you give RuPaul a run for her money?   


We’re looking for the fiercest, most sparkling queens in the south to join us in celebrating drag culture and talent for the Auckland Pride Festival. 


Express yourself as we share what it means to be unapologetically drag in 21st century Auckland in an evening of unforgettable entertainment. 


Apply now to take part in a showcase of southside drag queen talent and creativity.

You will slay the runway with an amazing costume you have designed and made on the theme of Pride; do a star turn with your top talent; then duel it out in a fierce lip sync battle.  


There are fabulous prizes for the category winners – costume design, talent and lip sync – as well as a stunning prize pack and title for the overall winner, the Queen of the South.


8pm on Friday 15 February at the Te Puke o Tara Community Centre.    
Free

Apply Here
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Join us for two nights of laughs with your delightful and delicious hostess with the mostest Taro Patch. 

This is not your average game of Bingo and it’s guaranteed to be full of laughs and the inappropriate call here and there. 


Tuesday 5 of February, 8pm 

Te Puke O Tara Community Centre


Saturday 9 of February, 8pm

New Lynn Community Centre
Free

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Ellen Melville Centre and Unity Books present MIKA


‘I Have Loved Me a Man – the Life and Times of Mika’ talk by book author Sharon Mazer and entertainer Mika

With special performance by Mika

featuring flamboyant fashion by iconic NZ label Sabatini


Saturday 9 February, 11am

Ellen Melville Centre, Helen Clark Room

Free

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From a 4 year old boy to a 57 year old woman. Julia Clement's one woman memoir tells the true story of the 53 years between her first questioning her gender identity and first stepping out of the closet and onto the stand-up comedy stage as herself. 

The show is sometimes funny and sometimes tragic without sacrificing truth as Julia tells the story of 10 years coming to full understanding followed by 40 years of struggling to find ways to avoid her own inner truth."


Thursday 7 February, 8pm

Onehunga Community Centre

Free