Three Generous and Exciting New Offers: Come to at least one discounted dinner, 3 weekends in a row and come to your 4th one free or Come to 3 discounted dinners in a row and you can come to your 4th and 5th dinners for free! Come to 6 discount dinners in a row and come to your next 6 discount dinners for free! If taking up the second or third offer: On or by the 5th or so inner please try to bring along a new friend, relative, workmate or neighbour who can thence cycle. These offers mean more new people for everyone to meet so please spread the word.
I discovered my homosexuality during my teens during a period of Australian history of which the Queer Rights Movement was just being formed, and I was there for its formative years. I have many fond memories of that time, and despite the chaos, uncertainty and the fear that presided over the time I wouldn’t change it for the world. Those years hardened my resolve and solidified my personality and I am more than thankful for those years.
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Blog What happened to Fast Impressions? For a lot of people It seemed surprising to some, after all they were a fairly large national company. Some say, that there service was terrible. Having attended several of their events myself, I noticed a change in attitude with how they treated their customers.
In most cases, I felt more like a ticket than an actual person. I took it upon myself to speak with people who have either worked with fast impressions or have dealt with the company in the past from a business standpoint. In many cases this lead to cost cutting and higher prices. Essentially paying more for less.
They also tried to bring up their numbers by hosting way to many events and often spamming their members on a daily basis with up coming events and last minute tickets. There may be several other factors that came into this, some speculations into the business practices not being up to par as well as major layoffs. This is according to a source who wishes to remain nameless. In my personal dealings with the company, it appeared to me that customer service seemed to be one of the bigger issues fast impressions had, it seemed to build a reputation for being pretty terrible service with unorganized events and contractor hosts who did not know what they were doing.
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I was actually the DJ on the very last night at the Adam and Eve and it came as quite a shock when the woman who owned it called us all together at the end of the night to say it was closing. We had a wonderful Sunday afternoon at her house finishing off the booze a week or so later but I’ve always wondered what happened to all the records! All I can remember about her house was the parquet floor which I had never seen before and probably bored my parents senseless talking about it. My memories of Henry’s Records are also quite vivid as they tried to prise me away from HMV where I worked in the store in the Bargate at that time.
I used to get on very well with John Clare, both as a customer and friend and every so often I would buy the records for the Adam and Eve from there as well. I went on to work for HMV in various positions for 30 years and travelled the world with them but it all started in Southampton in the heady days of so I’ve got many memories of vinyl, 8 tracks, open reel tape, cassettes, CD’s etc Thanks for bringing it all back.
Never saw a mention of the Birds and Bees night club opposite the Bargate.
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Collection[ edit ] ALGA’s collection includes a broad range of library, archive, museum and gallery material, including personal papers and organisational records, periodicals, books, posters, photographs, audio-visual betamax, VHS, 8mm film, DVD etc. The Archives also holds substantial collections of personal papers, including: Approximately 25 titles have been indexed in whole or in part, amounting to over 14, article references.
Photographs[ edit ] Amongst the over 40, photographic items, notable special collections include those of Tommy McDermott and Robert Albert Lottie Lott and Brian Cooke documenting camp life in Melbourne from the s to the s; photographer collections including those by John Storey, C. As well as a range of smaller collections of photographs in personal papers. Non-Australian historiographical books are also collected as well as pre LGBT-related books, particularly those that were distributed or circulated in Australia.
The Rare Books Collection holds items dating from the mid th century as well as association copies and artists’ books. Posters[ edit ] The Archives holds over 5, posters dating from the s to the present. Notable holdings include extensive material relating to the Sydney Mardi Gras , Feast Festival and Midsumma , including a comprehensive collection of posters from each festival as well as posters for protests surrounding the arrests of the first Mardi Gras in Also amongst the collection are a large number are a number of posters printed and designed at community print workshops in the s and s, including posters produced at Earthworks Poster Collective, Redback Graphix, Redletter Press, Megalo Access Arts Megalo Print Studio , Harridan Posters etc.
Oral history and audio[ edit ] The Archives’ oral history and audio collections are extensive and include over oral history recordings, over audio recordings from Australian LGBT radio programs and LGBT subjects on mainstream radio, and over unpublished sound recordings including mixtapes and recordings of DJ sets, and over 50 published music recordings relating to LGBT music.
The collection has a strengths in documenting gay liberation and activists, but also holds a wealth of stories of everyday lesbians, gay men and trans men and women. Special collections include the John Lee Collection, which includes 34 oral history interviews recorded between and , documenting camp life in Adelaide, SA, which includes 9 interviews with recollections from pre-WW2.
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It is American Speed Dating with an English touch. A relaxed and comfortable approach to speed dating. Rewarding lovely daters with discounts and complimentary events while saying no thank you to anyone we don’t think you’ll fancy meeting. Do the British Really Do it Better? Most American speed dating parties are a bit like being at a college job fair. We at SpeedLA Dating, do things a wee bit differently. Do you have to be British to attend?
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