Play synopsis:
Death and Dancing follows the lives and loves of Max and Max – a gay man and a lesbian woman, trying to break free of the shackles society, and their peers, have put on them. Love, sexuality and the choices that we make in our lives are examined in this piece, which in essence is a tale of freeing your mind so you can follow your heart.
Directed by: Claire Devine
Starring: Rebecca Lee & Zuhairi Idris
Details
When: 29 May to 1 June 2014

Showtimes: 
> 8pm on 29 May to 1 June 2014
> 10.30pm on 31 May 2014
Where: The Playtent Studio One, 180 Joo Chiat Road, #02-01 S(427451)
Cost: $20 and $15 concessionary prices
For more information, visit www.budstheatre.com
“Where there is love, there is life.” – Mahatma Gandhi.

In that very spirit, Golden Village celebrates life in all its beauty by bringing back the popular Love & Pride Film Festival for the sixth year running.

Profound and thought-provoking, the festival shines the light on compelling insights on the theme of universal love and sexuality. Continuing from past successes, the Love & Pride Film Festival aims to serve up a good measure of cinematic pieces for Singaporeans.

Screening details below:
Date
Screening Time
Movie Title
Rating
22nd Apr 14, Tues
(Opening Night)
8:30 pm
Blue Is The Warmest Color
R21/Homosexual Content
23rd Apr 14, Wed
7:00 pm
Nurse
24th Apr 14, Thurs
7:00 pm
Kiss Me
R21/Homosexual Content
25th Apr 14, Fri
9:30 pm
My Last Round
R21/Homosexual Theme
26th Apr 14, Sat
9:30 pm
Eyes Wide Open
R21/Homosexual Content
27th Apr 14, Sun
6:30 pm
Pit Stop
R21/Homosexual Theme
28th Apr 14, Mon
8:30 pm
Blue Is The Warmest Color
R21/Homosexual Content
29th Apr 14, Tues
7:00 pm
My Last Round
R21/Homosexual Theme
30th Apr 14, Wed
(Closing Night)
9:30 pm
Kiss Me
R21/Homosexual Content
Tickets are available for sale online and at any Golden Village box office. For all screenings other than the Opening and Closing Night, tickets are available at $12 (GV Members) or $14 (Public). For more information, please log on to: www.gv.com.sg.

About “You think, I thought, Who confirm” series

You Think, I Thought, Who Confirm? is a new series of forums and talks to discuss the issues that matter to gay youths today. An open, friendly environment provides participants to ask anything and everything that they have always heard a lot about, but never really knew what the answer actually was. A panel of speakers, mostly fellow youths and some professionals, will be invited to speak and share about their thoughts and experiences to dispel the misconceptions and myths that befuddles our gay youths today. Ultimately, participants will be able to leave each event confirming facts and understanding themselves better. 


Fall-In is the first forum of the series, focusing on the experiences and myths surrounding being a gay soldier in NS.


About Fall-In
Most of us would have watched ABTM or Army Daze with that sassy gay bunkmate. Yet, how is it like really to be gay in NS? Fall-In brings together a group of NSFs and NSmen to share their stories and experiences of the gay Singaporean sons. Find out what declaring 302 means to your NS life and future, if you should come out to your buddy and bunkmates and most importantly, whether being gay really matters at all when we are serving our nation. 
Fall-In features a panel of speakers from different backgrounds who will share what it is like to come out during National Service or to remain in the closet. Either way, we hope the experiences will shed some light and dispel some common myths about being gay in NS.
Details
Date: 7 June 2014
Time: 1930hrs
Venue: TBA to registered participants
Register now: http://bit.ly/1ia2amt