Get ready for a Mega Mardi Gras
All your Mardi Gras favourites plus once-in-a-lifetime WorldPride events in Sydney summer 2023
Absolutely Queer is an exhibition that shines a spotlight on Sydney’s leading queer creatives who re-shape attitudes towards their communities. The exhibition explores their work, creative processes and personal stories through a series of new commissions comprising of costume, des...
5 days of courageous boxers fighting to win a world title coupled with the adrenaline rush of great entertainment and the cheering crowd.
Our elders have a lot to teach us, a lot to share, and show that aging can yield a way of being open, generous and fearless.
Enter an adult playground of music and performance at the official Mardi Gras Party, where pleasure awaits you and 10,000+ of your new and old friends at the biggest and longest-running LGBTQIA+ party in the Southern Hemisphere.
A special event celebrating the life of Doris Fish, featuring the launch of Who Does That Bitch Think She Is? and a conversation with author, Craig Seligman, and a screening of Hi Spots in a Low Dive: The Home Movies of Doris Fish, presented by Doris’s friend and director, Phillip R. Ford.
After 10 years of selling out festivals worldwide, the Briefs boys are back with their hills hoist poised, ready to air their Dirty Laundry in this brand-new, unmissable party cabaret. Dirty Laundry’s Sydney premiere is led by Fez Faanana (aka Shivanana), and features a line-up of ...
The largest LGBTQIA+ Human Rights Conference ever held in Asia-Pacific region.
A cabaret extravaganza, this joyous, binary-exploding celebration will make your heart sing. Goodbye gender dysphoria, hello gender euphoria.
Experience a rainbow explosion of Aboriginal and Torres Strait LGBTQIA+ artistry, across a two-hour concert.
Celebrated polymath Nakhane has been hailed as “a real star in the making” who “makes the dancefloor a place of tenderness”. Challenging stereotypes of gender, sexuality and religion; their powerful odes to self-expression have garnered the adoration of fans like Madonna and Elton John, and co...
Acclaimed Indonesian dancer Rianto sets free the cross-gender Lengger from the dichotomies that society has constructed to symbolise nature – male or female, day or night, happiness or sadness. In this unlimited world, no one asks if Lengger should be only danced by women, as they currently do...
Feminist icon and pop provocateur, Peaches performs her seminal electroclash album The Teaches of Peaches in full to celebrate its 20th anniversary, turning the stage at City Recital Hall into her personal playground of outrage and provocation. Peaches’ domination over pop culture cannot be un...