Jan 24, 2016

Hang Out 1 - Our Future


Come join us at SGRendevous' new programme - Hang Out 1! It's the first in a series where you can expect to make some new friends and find common topics to discuss. In this first edition, we explore the visions we have for ourselves and the LGBTQ community. It's an exciting way to start the year!

Details:-
Date: 20 February 2016, Saturday
Time: 2pm to 6pm
Venue: TBA to registered participants only
Fee: $8


Note: This programme is only opened to GBQ men from the age of 18-25 years old.

Hang Out 1 is proudly sponsored by Twelve cupcakesBooksActuallyFreeing SG and Escape Hunt.

Oct 23, 2015

23rd Israel Film Festival - The Good Son (M18)



Synopsis

The unbelievable story of 22 year old Or, who secretly finances his sex change operation in Thailand by lying to his conservative parents – and then returns home as a woman to face her new life, her family and the cost of living her dream. Will she make her mother and father accept her back? Will she learn to take responsibility for her actions? The Good Son explores how far we are forced to go in compromising our morals, our loved ones and everything familiar to us in order to become whole with ourselves. This is an exciting tale about fear, self-doubt, willpower, and the importance of family and being able to be who you are.

Language: Hebrew (with English subtitles)

Buy your tickets now here!

Sep 21, 2015

Real Radar 2 - Cents & Sensibilities | 24 October 2015


Do you have problems making sense of why you have only got cents in your pockets? Are you worried about the future because you're LGBTQ? Stop worrying and start turning those cents into pink dollars (and more) come October!

Together with IPP Financial Advisers Pte Ltd, Singapore's leading independent financial advisory firm, SGRadar brings to you an exclusive seminar on how to bulletproof your financial future as a LGBTQ individual. In this seminar, you will find out how you can make your money work for you and the unique situation LGBTQ people are in when it comes to financial planning. Find out how you can accumulate one million dollars by 65 and learn about the main obstacles that stop you from getting there.

Building and safeguarding that rainbow bridge to your future pot of gold has never been more important for People Like Us. Empower yourselves today and pave the road to a flaming future ahead!

Cents & Sensibilities - because it doesn't make sense to settle with cents.

Date: 24 October 2015, Saturday
Time: 2pm to 4pm
Venue: 78 Shenton Way, Wealth Management Centre, Level 1, S079120


Cents & Sensibilities is powered by SGRadar with organising partner IPP Financial Advisers.

Sep 20, 2015

Night's OUT 11 - Run the Night


Nights Out 11: "Run the Night" is special because you are not just expected to run from the frights; rather, you take control and run the way you like it. You customise the night to suit your desires, and intrigue us. Join us as this is the social night for you to build your path of friendship. Of course, refreshments are provided.

Ready to run this night, and make this your night?

Details
Date: 24 October 2015, Saturday
Time: 6pm to 9pm
Venue: Will be texted to registered participants
Attire: Casual
Fee: $10


Night's OUT 11 is organised by SGRendezvous and officially sponsored by media partner Element and ALMA, BooksActually and Male-HQ.

Golden Village 7th Love & Pride Film Festival 2015


Singapore, 18 September 2015 – Singapore’s leading cinema exhibitor continues to champion universal love at its Love & Pride film festival for the seventh year. In the month of October from 9 th October 2015 to 18th October 2015, Golden Village Multiplex has curated a list of films that features the best in contemporary cinema. Hosted exclusively at GV Grand, Great World City and GV Suntec City, the 7th Love & Pride Film Festival opens with the much anticipated movie, Baby Steps.

Opening Film: Baby Steps


From the producers of Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon comes a heart-warming tale of the complexities of modern love and age old tradition. Directed and starring Barney Cheng, the Mandarin drama puts you in the shoes of Danny, a Taiwanese-American man and his boyfriend Tate who both long to have a baby. Their relationship and unconventional journey into the parenthood becomes more complicated when Danny’s wellintentioned but meddlesome mother tries to control every aspect of the process.

At the opening night of Golden Village’s 7th Love & Pride Film Festival, Director Barney Cheng will be making an appearance at the Gala Premiere where he will share a personal account on what inspired him to write, direct and play the role of the leading actor, Danny in Baby Steps.

“Golden Village is proud to be back with the 7th instalment of the Love & Pride Film Festival. This film festival has always been well received since its inception. This film festival is also a celebration of independent, contemporary films that we hope to continue to screen for non-mainstream movie lovers” said Clara Cheo, Chief Executive Officer, Golden Village Multiplex Pte. Ltd.

Opening Night - Baby Steps Gala Premiere

Golden Village 7th Love & Pride Film Festival opens with the Gala Premiere of Baby Steps. Be the first to catch Baby Steps and meet Actor and Director, Barney Cheng where he shares his inspiration behind Baby Steps.

Film: Baby Steps (R21/ Homosexual Theme)
Date: Friday, 9 October 2015
7:15pm - Baby Steps Gala Premiere
9:15pm - Meet Director Barney Cheng
9:45pm - Reception at Garden Terrace with light refreshments and photography

Pricing: $35 per ticket
1 X Popcorn Combo, 1 X Specialty Craft Beer and 1 X pair of Happy Socks
Light Refreshments

Jul 26, 2015

Youth Day Message to LGBTQ Youth in Singapore

In commemoration of Youth Day, SGRainbow, together with 8 other LGBTQ youth groups, have come together to pen this Youth Day message to LGBTQ youth in Singapore. Happy Youth Day and let’s work together for a more inclusive Singapore!