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October 7, 2022
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Films, music and theatre at GayFest 2012

GayFest, an event organized in Bucharest by the Accept Association since 2004, will take place for a week’s time this year too, a week that will feature concerts, exhibitions, theatre plays, film projections and parties and that will culminate this Saturday with the Diversity Parade.This series of events started yesterday with the “Living library” at Café Voyage, an event that allows the members of the gay community to come into contact with the “readers” – persons that want to find out their stories. The events also include theatre plays – “Jehanne Unscharf” about a modern-day Joan of Arc and “ROGVAIV” about intolerance expressed publicly, openly, without any kind of control, responsibility or shame by opinion leaders and public personalities in the Republic of Moldova in 2011, films – “Roma Boys,” with the participation of lead-actor David Tiser, “The Sons of Tennessee Williams,” “Secret years” and “Becoming Penny,” with the participation of director and lead-actress Penny Panagi. The list of events also consists of Queer Night with Crazy Bitch in a Cave, which gives eccentric live shows featuring visual effects, avant-garde fashion, sound and charisma, a spoken word representation (Lady Gaby) and music (Dj Boru), a Scream Club and Dj Bogman concert, a community art exhibition, samba workshops and conferences.The Diversity Parade, the annual parade, will take place on Saturday from 5 PM to 7 PM on the following route: Unirii Square – Constitutiei Square – Izvor subway station.

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