There’s loads happening this month at Fruits in Suits. Grab your ticket online today and zoom right into Fruits when you get to the Beresford Hotel.

Each month a range of SGLBA members and community groups present at Fruits. We’ve listed the various groups below to give you an idea of this month’s theme.

The 2017 Honour Awards

Nominations close at 5:00pm, Wednesday 16th August, 2017

BGF’s Last Ever Bake Off, Sunday 10th September from 3:00pm

BGF is a statewide service for NSW where more than 10,500 people living with HIV (PLHIV) reside, many of whom may need us at some time in their lives. BGF is inclusive and accessible for men, women, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, and people from migrant and refugee communities.

HIV infections have increased, PLHIV are aging and that there are more people living with HIV than at any other time. We also know HIV medications are much improved and that medication adherence leads to reduced hospital stays and better health outcomes.

Support for our LGBTI Rural & Regional Community

The Gay Cowboy brand was started to empower and give a voice to rural and regional LGBTI persons, Josh aim’s to help sponsor many LGBTI cowboy’s and Cowgirl’s around the world to attend International Gay Rodeo’s an opportunity he was so fortunate to be offered after a video he made exposing homophobia on the rodeo circuit went viral!

Josh under his rodeo name “The Gay Cowboy” has become the first Australian and youngest person to ever qualify on rough stock for the World Gay Rodeo Finals in October In Albuquerque New Mexico!

All guests will have a  chance to win a double pass to New Theatre’s new production: After the Dance by Terrence Rattigan.

“The awful thing is that we’re still running away.”

David Scott-Fowler is a would-be historian, suffering writer’s block and lost in an alcoholic haze, his heavy drinking seriously affecting his health.

His wife Joan maintains a carefree public face, and doesn’t quite dare to reveal how much she loves him: after all, they married for fun, on a whim, when they were both ‘bright young things’ – and emotional commitment wasn’t part of the deal. READ MORE

The Perfect Prize for the fine diner.

“I love the app. It makes it so easy. I always have my phone with me so can flick through to see if there are any vouchers when I am in an area… Offers are updated every time you open the app and the website is linked directly from the app so no need to log In again.”

Naomi Millgate
Entertainment Book Member

Queer Screen Film Fest is back, and their full program is now on sale!

Get ready for 20 fab new LGBTIQ films from around the globe! Including the sweet coming of age film Screwed, the sexy Tom Of Finland, a hilarious package of Comedy Shorts and Alan Cumming’s latest vehicle, the opening night film After Louie, which explores the connection between two generations of gay men.

19-24 September, Event Cinemas George Street, Sydney.

Screwed by Nils-Erik Ekblom

Thursday 21st September, 8:30pm, George Street, Sydney

It’s summer, and poor Miku is forced to spend his holiday with his perpetually cranky mother and narcoleptic father in their cabin in the Finnish countryside.

Seeking escape from the torment of his parents, Miku is immediately drawn to the hot, confident Elias, who is staying nearby. The attraction is more than mutual, to Miku’s hesitant joy, but Elias comes with baggage and Miku soon discovers he’ll need to tread carefully if he wants to explore his growing attraction.

This quiet drama is a gentle exploration of burgeoning sexuality simmering among the wood-panelling of everyday Finland. There’s a cute chemistry between the attractive young leads, and writer/director Nils-Erik Ekblom helms this low-budget outing with a delicate hand – delivering some offbeat comic touches and a knowing depiction of what it’s like to be 17, and ready for that tantalising encounter which is going to set you on your way.

Screwed has charm, wit and a real sweetness. Will leave you feeling warm.
-Big Gay Picture Show

A poignant coming out, coming-of-age romance.
-San Francisco Bay Times