Set in the thriving underground club scene in Mumbai, this show follows the lives of various drag kings who perform in the city.
Does sand-in-your-toes or the sound of the washing of the waves nearby or the sunsets or meeting new people or simply singing karaoke to the cute one sitting across makes you happy?
This year our theme is 'Every life matters' to highlight the increasing number of suicide amongst LGBTQ youth.
As an early celebration of the International Cats Day on 8 August, Gaysi Family is putting together an evening exclusively for the lovers of funny females and feline furballs.
The 27 films selected for this year, from nearly 70 submissions, include shorts, documentaries and feature length films from 12 countries.
Safe, welcoming and open, 2x2 Bar Night is a space which gives baby queers and fresh off the boat folks a chance to mingle with like-minded queers in the city and explore what Gaysi Family is all about.
Ajeeb Aashiq/Strange Love is a tale of unrequited love, betrayal, and friendship.
June’s theme is SURVIVAL and we will have with us Priya Gangwani of the amazing Gaysi Family, all the way from Mumbai!
We promise you an evening of sweetness, laughter, certain mad cocktails, bad dance moves and (guaranteed to make you chuckle) games. You bring the conversations!
Sweekar looks at creating an open platform for LGBTQ and allies to exchange viewpoints and intermingle.
This year KASHISH will screen 147 Films from 45 Countries!
In this solo-performance situated at the place where the URL and IRL converge Alok explores the sinister sides of visibility and our abusive relationship with the internet.
Alok Vaid-Menon is an internationally acclaimed trans writer, entertainer, and public speaker.
Shikhandi is perhaps one of the earliest trans-characters known in mythology.
Turup was made as part of a collective process by Ektara Collective over the course of a year – along with the residents of different working class settlements in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh.
Sare Jahan se Acha is a stand up comedy special featuring Naveen Noronha and Kamal Trilok Singh.
Gaysi Family brings the newly printed 5th issue of its self-published annual magazine to Godrej India Culture Lab along with a host of exciting voices from across India and the world.
Our theme this year focuses on issues of solidarity and intersectionality.
Capital I is the first independent feature film of Odisha and since it began its journey it has travelled to many different international film festivals including the prestigious 20th IFFK and 8th BIFFES.
As part of its relentless struggle for women, lgbtqi and every individual unjustly treated by society, Gaylaxy brings its first signature event the "QUEER CARNIVAL 2016".