Get your tickets!
Sunday 9 October, 2.00pm - 4.30pm
State Library Victoria
The Coming Back Out Social is a celebration for LGBTIQ+ communities and allies.

An social dance afternoon featuring
Skunkworks Orchestra
Conducted by Phillipa Edwards,
and roving brilliance from The Discordiants

When: Sunday 9 October, 2.00pm - 4.30pm
Where: Conversation Quarter, State Library Victoria
Tickets: $25 Adult / $20 Concession.
Bookings essential. Book HERE

The Coming Back Out Social is designed to be a gift. One that acknowledges the resilience of this community; a gift of visibility for older LGBTIQ+ communities who have lived through it all, and a safe space for those just discovering themselves.

Watch Coming Back Out events HERE and HERE


Supported by Victorian Seniors Festival, City of Melbourne, Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand (RISE) Fund - an Australian Government Initiative and Australia Council for the Arts, Australia Council for the Arts and State Library Victoria. 
LGBTIQ+ Elders Dance Club
LGBTIQ+ Dance Club by All The Queens Men
Let's start something together
Saturday 17 September, 2.00pm
This fabulous free social event for older LGBTIQ+ communities and allies is coming to Sydney, next weekend in association with ACON’s LOVE Project! Come one, Come all! No dance experience needed. All welcome!

Let's celebrate an intergenerational and inclusive LGBTIQ+ community in Sydney. Nibbles, Tea & Coffee provided.

WHEN: Saturday 17 September 2022, 2pm-4pm
WHERE: Glebe Town Hall, 160 St Johns Road, Glebe 
RSVP welcomed but not required.
Bookings: Free tickets HERE

Watch a video introducing Dance Club HERE & HERE


Supported through Create NSW, Australian Council for the Arts, Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand (RISE) Fund - an Australian Government Initiative. In association with ACON's LOVE Project.
Bliss Performances by All The Queens Men
THE party of the year
on the Gold Coast!
Sharing some striking images by (the one and only) Bryony Jackson from our recent collaboration BLISS at Bleach* Festival.

BLISS was a queer club night curated and hosted by ATQM's Tristan Meecham, featuring artists from around the country including House of Alexander, Tama Laei, Dandrogyny, Miss Katalyna, Ayebatonye, Brian Lucas, Chinta Woo Allcock and Jazida. 

Thanks to all the brilliant artists. You were EVERYTHING! 

Presented by Bleach* Festival. Images by Bryony Jackson. 
FAM JAM by All The Queens Men and L2R Dance
An intergenerational dance collaboration 
Proud to showcase these joyous meetings on the dance floor featuring members of L2R’s Panda Squad and beloved Collaborators from All The Queens Men.

Each week a new partnership is shared. 

Week 1: Aquelly & Latoya
Week 2: Lachlan & Tony
Week 3: Emily & Lorna 

All The Queens men adores L2R Dance. This amazing organisation, based in Melbourne’s West, makes dance accessible to children and young people who can’t access commercial dance schools and activities. 

Created by Bec Reid and filmed by Kimberly Summer. Shout out to Panda Squad Teachers Emily Zdravevski and Maya Hajizadeh and Jacinda Richards, Hena Memishi, Amin Payne / Teymori. Supported by Creative Victoria. 
The International Premiere of 
Congress by All The Queens Men
What would you say if you have the world's attention? 

The international premiere of Congress will see local community members make their very first public speeches, reflecting on their hopes and dreams for the future, in a special staging at the heart of Salisbury Cathedral.

The local, citizen speaker represent the unheard voices of the city and have collaborated with professional wordsmiths to craft their first speeches. These are complimented with dance, movement and sound, taking over the vast and powerful space of the Cathedral.

When: Saturday 29 October, 2022 at 7.30pm 
Where: Salisbury Cathedral, The Close, SP1 2EF
Bookings essential. Book HERE

View previous presentations HERE and HERE


Supported by the UK/Australia Season Patrons, the British Council, the Australian Government and Creative Partnerships Australia through the Australian Cultural Fund as part of the UK/Australia Season 2021-2022 and Australia Council for the Arts

Uncle Jack Charles

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.

Until next time
Love + Art + Community 




All The Queens Men is auspiced by Auspicious Arts Projects.

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