Join queen of the walk, Dr Gertrude Glossip PhD (Formal Drapery), as we wend our way through lovely, leafy North Adelaide. Gertrude regales with gay tales. Ah, the changing scene: from 19th-century churches, cottages and villas to towers of today; from 1960s camp parties to 1970s Gay Liberation households and zaps; from 1950s queer theatre and personalities to 21st century Feast festivities at Carclew; from days of ‘love the sinner, hate the sin’ to celebration of marriage equality. We remember hospice care and those lost to HIV/AIDS. There’s mystery and mayhem too! You’ll always learn something new with Gertrude. Paper note donation (cash only). All proceeds to The Parkestone Foundation. Bookings required by phone or email.
Presented by Dr Gertrude Glossip, History Trust of South Australia