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Gay Bombay’s New Year Party – Gay Party in Mumbai

Gay Bombay’s New Year Party – Gay Party in Mumbai

Gay Bombay is an informal, ever-evolving, and safe socio-cultural space for gay men in Mumbai. Founded in September 1998 they have organized 1000+ events ranging from art meets, to workshops, to parents meet so on and so forth.

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One of the primary objectives of  Gay Bombay is to provide safe spaces to the LGBT community where they can be themselves. That is the reason its parties are happening and are fine-tuned to the likings of Mumbaikars.

Gay Bombay’s party this new year is set to be an all-night party with unlimited drinks and snacks. The details of the GB new year party are as follows

Venue – Nerve Lounge, Opposite Marks and Spencer and Barbeque Nation, Next to Bata Showroom, Hill Road, Bandra(West), Mumbai. GB Mobile number – +91 9870504010

Date – Sunday, 31st Dec 2017

Time- 9 PM onwards

Entry Charges – To defray the charges of the party – For Unlimited Alcohol** and Starters
Rs 2500 ( sold out)
Rs 3000 for next 28 entries
Rs 3500 for next 50 entries

Two Dance Floors, Two DJ’s  Two Bar Counters.Hookah on the third floor (not included in the package)

The following is included in the package 

Liquor:

  • Whisky: Signature/Antiquity Blue
  • Vodka: Smirnoff
  • Rum: Old Monk
  • Wine: red and white
  • Beer: Toubourg/ KF
  • Gin: Blue ribbon.
  • Fruit juice: Pineapple/Mango
  • Pepsi /7up soda.

Snacks:

A variety of veg and non-veg starters available. For more information, you can call on the numbers mentioned below.

Please note that you must be above the age of 21 to attend GB parties. Please carry proof of age with you, such as driving license, college identity card.

Some don’ts:

  • No dark rooms and no sex and absolutely no drugs on the premises; if found indulging in any “hanky panky” you shall be asked to leave the party.
  • Please respect the safe space which is being provided.
  • Once entered you cannot leave the premises as crowding on the footpath outside creates issues with the local authorities.
  • During and after the party please DO NOT gather outside the venue. The management has requested us to ensure that, in the middle of the night, the peace of the neighborhood is not disturbed.

A few dos:

  • Club Wear Only. Dress to Kill
  • Have a smashing time.
  • Carry your Alcoholic Drinks Permit.

Rights of admission reserved. For more info visit www.gaybombay.org

For any Queries regarding GB Events or parties contact on GB Mobile number – +91 9870504010.

Salvation Star’s – The Glamazon Ball | New year party in South Bombay

Salvation Star’s – The Glamazon Ball | New year party in South Bombay

Salvation star started its journey since 2007 and has been organizing fabulous parties across premium and plush venues in Mumbai exclusively for the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) community. Not from the LGBT community? Not to worry, it’s an equally friendly party to the allies and family and friends who want to show their support to the thriving LGBT community in Mumbai.Keeping with their tradition of bringing you the finest soirées this year, as though the past decade, Salvation Star present Mumbai’s first ever LGBT Ball – The Glamazon Ball – an end of the year celebration like no other!!!

Come join in the mega celebrations this New Year’s Eve at one of Mumbai’s glamorous hangouts – The Clearing House – set in one of the most iconic neighborhoods of South Mumbai’s Ballard Estate. Located a stone’s throw away from the old Victoria Terminus station and a five-minute drive from either Churchgate or The Gateway of India!!

Here are the details –

Venue – The Clearing House 13-15, Calicut Rd, Ballard Estate, Fort, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400001

Date – 31st Dec 2017

Time – 9 PM onwards

Entry – Rs 600 before 10.30 pm and Rs 700 post10.30 pm.

On offer is also Hors d’oeuvres and Dining menu specially created for the night, private “Booth Tables with individual butler service and the best of our signature global music and dancing at the 1500 square feet Dance Floor through the night with DJ VICTOR!

Dress Code – Glamorous / Chick (Best Dressed Male and Female winners will receive an exclusive couple brunch voucher worth Rs 6000 courtesy of The Clearing House)

Every paid guest receives an exclusive gift card compliments of The Clearing House which entitles you to a 15% discount on your next visit!

Mandatory Registration as space is limited!! Email back at salvationmumbai@gmail.com with names + email + mobile number of respective guest and we will revert with confirmation number(s)

Club rules apply /Entry at the sole discretion of the organizers

 

D’kloset’s  Goa Getaway – Gay Party in Goa

D’kloset’s Goa Getaway – Gay Party in Goa

RAGE by d’kloset has been organizing few of the hottest queeressential parties in Mumbai. The group is in existence for a few years now and is known to have parties at five-star venues and is also very famous for the kind of varieties of themes they use for their parties.

The good news is the new year party by Rage is being held in Goa in association with Janet & John’s.

Janet & John’s present their end of the year mega festivity – The Exotic New Year’s Eve Bash in the Heart of Anjuna Beach, Goa

With their 6th Annual New Year’s Eve Bash, another unique party experience is just around the corner, first time ever – ‘Angels & Demons’ themed party. As we avoid purgatory and approach the Armageddon that awaits us for 2018, you are faced with 2 choices, Heavenly Angels or Wicked Devils?

The Only LGBT party in GOA where you will enjoy a diverse array of entertainment including
  • Angels (White) & Demons (Red) Theme Party
  • Party on the beach till the sun wakes up
  • Amazing crowd from all around the globe
  • Our Favorite DJ Swapz from Hyatt, spinning the best International and Bollywood numbers.
  • Midnight Fireworks
  • Free vodka shots
  • Complimentary sky lanterns
  • Drinks (7 drinks coupons)
  • Dinner
  • Huge Dance Floor
  • Credit Cards acceptable
  • Private Parking Space
  • Hookah on request
  • Loads of Exciting Surprises
  • Free Gifts from D’kloset – The only LGBT brand in India.
Venue: Janet and John’s, Anjuna Beach, Near Café Lilliput.
Shorts & singlet, Costume, Face Paint – all allowed.
Please note: This is an 18+ event and valid ID is required.
Ticket options: Now available on request  Call directly on +919820319195 to book your tickets
Celebrate the New Year with evil spirits and kind angels, grab your party wear and head to GOA.
Notice: D’Kloset will only arrange a party in Goa. Please manage your own stay and travel.

 

Orinam’s 14th anniversary meet-up – Dec 25

Orinam’s 14th anniversary meet-up – Dec 25

Orinam (ஓரினம்) is a Tamil word that means ‘One kind’ or ‘One community’. Orinam was founded in 2003, is an all-volunteer unregistered collective of LGBTI people and allies based in Chennai, Tamil Nadu. It functions as a support, cultural and activist space. On-the-ground activities including meet-ups, peer counseling and referrals, film festivals and literary events, sensitization workshops, and advocacy and networking with other LGBTI and other progressive groups and movements in the city, state, and country.

Orinam.net LogoAs queer individuals, we face a number of situations /problems, life can seem quite lonely and scary. People often have no one to share their issues with, seek solace or get any sense of direction. This tends to be the case with many individuals in the LGBTQIA+ community.

How can we support one another through these situations?

In an attempt to address these issues and provide members of the LGBTQIA+ a safe space where they could share and seek support to deal with issues that may arise due to their gender identity, sexual orientation and/or other intersecting factors.

Orinam is one of the initiators of the Tamil Nadu (formerly Chennai) Rainbow Coalition, a fluid cluster of groups that have individually and jointly been organizing events during Pride month annually since 2009. It is also one of the principal organizers of Reel Desires, the Chennai International Queer Film Festival, the latest in a series of queer film festivals in the city that first began in 2004.

Orinam’s diverse resource materials and archives in English and Tamil, available online at Orinam.net since 2006 and significantly expanded in 2009, have been used in many a sensitisation program and workshop in Chennai and elsewhere. They continue to be accessed by our family members, media, students, healthcare providers, and activists, among others. They have also been cited by the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment in its policy recommendations for transgender inclusion in India, a guidance document supplementing the April 15, 2014, NALSA verdict on transgender rights.

Orinam is part of the national LGBT+ archives project, and, specifically, is archiving legal documents, media coverage, petitions and other materials relating to IPC 377, at the site 377.orinam.net. It has also collated legal documents and analyses of the NALSA judgement.

Join them for a meet-up on the 14th founding anniversary of Orinam, Dec 25, 2017 at Semmozhi Poonga amphitheatre, Chennai. The meet-up will also double up as an edition of Orinam’s Quilt reading group. Feel free to bring along some readings on queer history or whatever else you would like to share. For more information, email them here.

Support group meet – Orinam.net | LGBT Events India

Support group meet – Orinam.net | LGBT Events India

Orinam (ஓரினம்) is a Tamil word that means ‘One kind’ or ‘One community’. Orinam was founded in 2003, is an all-volunteer unregistered collective of LGBTI people and allies based in Chennai, Tamil Nadu. It functions as a support, cultural and activist space. On-the-ground activities including meet-ups, peer counseling and referrals, film festivals and literary events, sensitization workshops, and advocacy and networking with other LGBTI and other progressive groups and movements in the city, state, and country.

Orinam.net LogoAs queer individuals, we face a number of situations /problems, life can seem quite lonely and scary. People often have no one to share their issues with, seek solace or get any sense of direction. This tends to be the case with many individuals in the LGBTQIA+ community.

How can we support one another through these situations?

In an attempt to address these issues and provide members of the LGBTQIA+ a safe space where they could share and seek support to deal with issues that may arise due to their gender identity, sexual orientation and/or other intersecting factors, Orinam is organizing their third peer-facilitated support group meeting on Sunday, December 17, 2017, from 3:30PM to 6:30 PM. If the meeting serves its purpose, there will be more, with facilitation on a rotational basis.

Venue: Please inbox or email here or WhatsApp 9841557983, latest by December 16, to indicate your interest and find out the venue. Please note the participation is restricted to a maximum of 20 individuals.

Hope you guys reading this have a lovely time at the meeting. Do share your thoughts in the comment section below.