Were you at the first Mardi Gras held on 24 June 1978? Did you attend any of the subsequent marches and rallies in June, July and August 1978?
"For those I haven’t met, my name is Albert and I started as the CEO of the Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras in January."
Today, 10 September 2020, is a special anniversary – on this day 50 years ago, a foundation stone was laid for what we today call our LGBTQI+ communities, in the form of a newspaper article which helped open plenty of closet doors.
As the end to 2020 draws near, it's time to look towards 2021 and the new season of Mardi Gras events. But many of you are asking us - what's possible now during COVID-19 restrictions?
Applications for ANZ & Mardi Gras Community Grants are now open for 2020!
Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras and Mardi Gras Arts are seeking to make amendments to our Constitutions.
We’ve transformed some of Oxford Street’s BIGGEST windows!
A vast group of community and civil society partners and leaders in NSW are placing on the public record our strongest opposition to NSW One Nation’s Education Legislation Amendment (Parental Rights) Bill 2020.
We're planning the future of our Mardi Gras festival, and your stories inspire us. We want to hear them!
Now in its ninth year, Performance Space’s Queer Development Program builds and strengthens queer creativity and performance in Australia.
Lord Mayor Clover Moore has confirmed City of Sydney funding for 2021 and 2022’s Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras festival.
The GLOBAL PRIDE 24-hour online broadcast is happening on YouTube and Facebook from 3pm this Saturday afternoon 27 June Sydney time.
The Global Pride worldwide LGBTQIA+ online celebration has announced its first wave of speakers and artists!
On 27/28 June 2020, hundreds of Prides across the globe will unite for a very special online broadcast.
We want to hear from you about the past, present and future of the Mardi Gras festival.