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Other Destinations in South Africa

Gay Johannesburg & Pretoria

A fresh new dimension to Gauteng nightlife
KiKi Coqtail Lounge

Wednesday through Sundays, 6pm-2am at KiKi, Centurion. Owner Genevieve Le Coq, accomplished drag artist, is both hostess and performer. Wednesday Games Night, Thursday Karaoke, Friday Coqtail Experiences, Saturday Dinner and Show, Sunday Lunch Roast.

www.facebook.com/kikicoqtail
Reimagining of playwrights Richard Zajdlic and Richard Crowe’s blockbuster play
A COCK & BULL STORY

June 1 - July 3, 2016, Pieter Toerien Studio/Montecasino. Promising young boxer on the eve of bout that could make or break his career. A gritty, fierce, exciting two-hander filled with testosterone-induced male bravado; bragging about girls, locker room chatter and excessive physicality. But, underneath this veneer, a delicate exploration of friendship, sexuality and mutual dependence.

www.pietertoerien.co.za/portfolio-items/a-cock-and-bull-story
Babylon - the only place to be on a Saturday Night!
Midmonth Meltdown

June 18, 2016, 7pm - 4am at Babylon the Club, Centurion. Ttime for Tequila, with DJs Sean E, Patch, and Small Paul. Free entry until 9pm. DJs Herman, Craig White and Sean E. Events "for gay ladies, gay gents & gay friendly patrons" - an 18+ event. Free entry till 9pm, R70/ VIP R100.

www.facebook.com/events/1692148351049249
Africa's oldest LGBT event
Joburg Pride

October 29, 2016, 10am, with Saturday noon parade from (past year) Protea Hotel Wanderers, 35 Corlett Drive. Bands, DJs, entertainment, food and drinks. Africa's oldest LGBT event split into two events: one for Joburg, and one for  Pretoria. For updates see website page below:

www.facebook.com/JohannesburgPride
The Third Annual
Pretoria Pride

October, 2016 (TBC) the 4th Pretoria Gay Pride with parade, entertainment, social and education events, in past at the CENTURION RUGBY CLUB, at West and Lenchen Aves, Centurion. Africa's oldest LGBT event split into two events beginning in 2013: Pretoria, and Joburg Pride,

www.facebook.com/PTAGayPride
South African Gay & Lesbian Film Festival
Out in Africa

Usually each November, four days of screenings at the Jozi Cinema Nouveau Rosebank, Johannesburg. After 21 years the LGBT film programs have been suspended this year due to lack of funding.

www.oia.co.za