The Coming Back Out Salon by All The Queens Men
The Coming Back Out Salon
Sydney WorldPride
A celebration of older LGBTIQ+ people, for the whole community

Tickets are now on-sale for 
The Coming Back Out Salon: Sydney

Featuring an incredible line-up including:
The Sydney Youth Orchestra, Robyn Archer, Deborah Cheetham, Paul Capsis, Tina Del Twist, Nefertiti LaNegra, Nana Miss Koori and more to be announced. 

Saturday 18 February, 2.00pm - 6.00pm
Sydney Town Hall
Dress Fabulous!
$50 Full / $40 Concession + booking fees.

Book tickets HERE

Tickets are affordable to ensure everyone can attend. If however, prices are too much for older folk, please get in touch. 

It will be the party of 2023! Please help us spread the word....

Watch films of previous events HERE & HERE

The Coming Back Out Salon: Sydney is presented by All The Queens Men in association with Sydney WorldPride. Supported by the NSW Government through Create NSW, Australian Government through Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand (RISE) Fund, Australia Council for the Arts, City of Sydney and ACON. In partnership with Love Project - Living Older Visibly and Engaged and The Sydney Youth Orchestra.
Top Image: The Coming Back Out Social, photos by Theresa Harrison. Next Image: Bryony Jackson. 

Congress: Salisbury 
Congress by All The Queens Men
What would you say if you had the world's undivided attention?

A citizens’ assembly.  
A series of first speeches from voices often unheard.  
Personal visions for our collective future.  

Congress connects the personal with the political. Citizen Speakers are matched with Wordsmiths. Together, they write and deliver first speeches.Taking the form of a ritualised performance, intersected with community and cultural dance, this project unashamedly encourages citizens to agitate for change. This international premiere will take place in the Salisbury Cathedral, home of Magna Carta. 

Saturday 29 October, 7.30pm - 9.00pm
Salisbury Cathedral

Book tickets HERE

Speakers: Clare Christopher, Mona Ali, Patience and Neal Dreyer, Jack Cunningham, Johannes Tega Oghorro, Ruslan Kuvanyshev, Jess Read and Andrew Powlesland. 

Worksmiths: Dr. Olu Taiwo, Veronica Dewan, Jeremy Davies, Jayne Woodhouse, Safiya Kamaria Kinshasa, Nazli Tabatabai-Khatambakhsh, Hannah Treadaway and Russ Tunney.

Watch films of previous events HERE & HERE


Presented with Wiltshire Creative. Congress is 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 2021-22 and Australia Council for the Arts.
Image by Gregory Lorenzutti. 

LGBTIQ+ Elders Dance Club
Inclusive & Intergenerational 
Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane & Canberra

Older LGBTIQ+ people and allies are invited to this free monthly social event, to learn new dances, enjoy delicious catering and drinks, and interact with the whole LGBTIQ+ community. We extend an invitation across rainbow communities to join us on the dance floor. All ages, all experiences welcome. 

Watch our Melbourne venue welcome tour HERE 
Watch Rawcus perform at Dance Club Melbourne HERE 


Saturday 12 November, 1.00pm - 3.00pm 

Glebe Town Hall,
160 St Johns Road, Glebe 

RSVP welcomed but not required. Book HERE


Sunday 6 November. 2.00pm - 4.00pm
Sunday 11 December, 2.00pm - 4.00pm

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

No bookings required. 


Saturday 19 November, 3.00pm - 5.00pm

Brisbane Powerhouse, 
119 Lamington Street, New Farm QLD 4005

No bookings required. 


Saturday 12 November, 1.00pm - 3.00pm 
Ainslie Arts Centre
30 Elouera St, Braddon ACT 2612

Bookings recommended HERE


Dance Club is supported by Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand (RISE) Fund - an Australian Government Initiative and Australia Council for the Arts. DC Melbourne is supported by Yarra City Council in association with Switchboard Victoria. DC Brisbane is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland and Brisbane Powerhouse. DC Sydney is supported through Create NSW in association with ACON's LOVE Project. DC Canberra is supported by Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centres in partnership with Meridian. Top image by Bryony Jackson. Bottom image by Theresa Harrison. 

#Women #LIfe #Freedom

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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