Sydney, are you ready
to come back out? 
Our Sydney WorldPride
artistic line-up announced
Have you got your tickets to our
LGBTIQ+ concert & tea dance?
We are thrilled to announce this brilliant artistic LGBTIQ+ line up for our concert and tea dance as part of Sydney WorldPride 2023.

Featuring -

Robyn Archer
Deborah Cheetham
Paul Capsis
Tina Del Twist 
Nefertiti LaNegra
June Jones
Nana Miss Koori
Tristan Meecham
The Huxleys
The Dollar Bin Darlings. 
Sydney Pride Dance Championships 
Sydney Youth Orchestra, conducted by Sam Weller

Saturday 18 February, 2pm - 6pm
Sydney Town Hall, 483 George St, Sydney


Watch The Coming Back Out Salon: Sydney WorldPride trailer HERE

Supported by Sydney WorldPride, NSW Government through Create NSW, Australian Government through Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand (RISE) Fund, City of Sydney and ACON. In partnership with Love Project - Living Older Visibly and Engaged and The Sydney Youth Orchestra. 

LGBTIQ+ Elders Dance Club
LGBTIQ+ Elders Dance Club by All The Queens Men
A free social dance event
for the whole community

Older LGBTIQ+ people and allies are invited to this free social event, to learn new dances, enjoy delicious catering and drinks, and interact with the whole community. All ages, all experiences welcome. 


Sunday 12 March, 2.00pm - 4.00pm
Sunday 9 April, 2.00pm - 4.00pm

Please note, we have cancelled our February event due to Victoria Pride celebrations. 

Collingwood Town Hall,
140 Hoodle St, Collingwood VIC 3066.

No bookings required. 

Watch our Melbourne welcome video HERE 

Supported by Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand (RISE) Fund - an Australian Government Initiative, Yarra City Council in association with Switchboard Victoria. Image by Bryony Jackson

Welcome Jade Lillie
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Jade Lillie as the new Chair of our Board.

Jade Lillie is known for her work as a leader, executive, facilitator, and specialist in community and stakeholder engagement.
She works as a consultant, facilitator and advisor for organisations specialising in strategy, co-design, senior leadership recruitment, governance, people and culture. Her current clients include not for profit organisations (medium to large), local government, philanthropic trusts and foundations, cultural organisations (small to medium) and independent creative practitioners.

Jade has worked in government (local, state and federal) and not for profit sectors with experience in regional, remote and metropolitan locations in Australia and SE Asia. Jade was the Head of Industry Development for the Australia Council for the Arts (2020 - 2022) and led the Sector Recovery agenda during the early years of the COVID-19 pandemic. In 2018, she received the prestigious Sidney Myer Fellowship for her thought leadership in community engaged practice and advocacy following her role as the Director and CEO at Footscray Community Arts Centre (2012 – 2017).

‘I’m thrilled to be working with Tristan, Bec, the team and the Board as we lead ATQM into its next exciting chapter. As we work together to create artist-led models that produce powerful and vital work with communities, ATQM continues to demonstrate what contemporary community engaged practice really is.’ Jade Lillie


All The Queens Men acknowledge the Sovereign Custodians of the lands on which we work. We pay respect to Elders past and present and to all First Nations peoples, recognising that sovereignty was never ceded.

Love + Art + Community 




All The Queens Men is auspiced by Auspicious Arts Projects.

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