Sydney is alive this week with events for queer people. With album launches to celebrate, cabaret shows to delight in and dances to attend, here’s just some of what’s on the menu in queer Sydney.Indie pop star Rina Sawayama’s sophomore album Hold The Girl releases Friday following support from singles This Hell, Catch Me in the Air and Phantom. When: Friday 16th September, 9pmWhere: The Imperial Erskineville, 35 Erskineville Rd, ErskinevilleTickets: $16.50 online, $15 at the door Dubbed the “undisputed queen of punk cabaret”, Bernie Dieter brings another batch of misfits to Sydney as part of the ongoing Fringe Festival. When: Shows from 14th September to 25th SeptemberWhere: Runaway Gardens – Magic Mirror Spiegeltent, George St &, Alfred St, The RocksTickets: $65-$110 If you saw Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis earlier this year and have been looking for an excuse to go through his filmography, now’s your chance.
As part of their 85th anniversary program the Ritz in Randwick is showing Luhrmann’s debut film, Strictly Ballroom. Following Scott Hastings as he finds a way to dance to his own steps, it launched Luhrmann into the spotlight and is still one of the most successful Australian films ever made.
What better way to enjoy his signature style than the way it was meant to be seen?When: Saturday 17th September, 6:30pmWhere: The Ritz Cinemas, RandwickTickets: $17 All The Queens Men are hosting an LGBTIQ+ Elders Dance Club this weekend in Glebe.
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