Graeme “Grace” Wilson – a popular member of Bali’s expatriate and the Island’s “Rainbow” community died on July 15, 2013, at the Siloam Hospital due to complications from dengue fever.
Arriving in Bali from his home in Melbourne in the early 1990s, Graeme opened the Hulu Cafe
on Garlic Lane in Kuta. Hulu Cafe
was renowned for its hamburgers, seafood and its pioneering drag show.
The nightly shows, starring “Grace” and his partner Made, were outrageous for their spirited hilarity, enjoyed by audiences hailing from every point of orientation on the sexual compass.
At its peak and before destroyed by fire in an August 2008, Hulu Cafe
entertained thousands of guests where Graeme, or his alter ego Grace, welcomed every guest with a big smile and Wilson's own characteristic brand of madness.
Quiet drinks served in peace were available down the road, but at Hulu Cafe
every guest was engage in spirited conviviality, with never a dull moment either on or off stage.
Graeme Wilson's cremation took place at 3:00 pm on Monday, July 22, 2013 at the Mumbul Crematorium
in Nusa Dua.
[Hulu Café: Gone in a Poof
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