Digital Dance Club
A free dance platform to connect the rainbow and allied communities online.
A special midwinter presentation of Digital Dance Club (our 2020 Covid dance hit craze!) connecting rainbow communities all over Australia and the world! Special guest performers to be announced.
When: Thursday 1 July, 5.30pm – 7.30pm (AEST)
Where: Online, via ZOOM.
RSVP:Stay tuned for booking details in the coming weeks.
Throughout 2020, we have presented over 25 online dance events for the community! All welcome
Watch our Digital Dance Club video HERE.
Where: Online, on your screen device.
Download ZOOM on your screen device. Ensure it’s the latest version for optimal viewing experience.
Then follow these steps –
1. Click this ZOOM link HERE.
2. Click the “Allow” screen to join us all online.
3. Zoom may ask to use your computer audio. Click “YES”.
If you need assistance with ZOOM email All The Queens Men HERE.
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Creative Team: All The Queens Men with special guest artists including Chris Wilson, Luke George, Beau Heartbreaker, The Huxleys, Miss Ellaneous, Marzi Panne, Sarah Ward, Bec Matthews, Maude Davey, Monica Dullard, Vollie LaVont, Brian Lucas, Lenine Bourke.
Auslan by Break A Finger supported by Expression Australia.
Presented with City of Yarra and support from Expression Australia. Image by Bryony Jackson.
Expression Australia has a vision for access, inclusion and equal opportunity, and aims to empower people who are Deaf or hard of hearing or experience barriers to inclusion, (including LGBTIQA+) to choose how they want to live. Expression Australia has received funding from the NDIA to support the needs of an intersectional cohort of Deaf people who also identify as LGBTIQA+. Part of this work is to build partnerships with existing LGBTIQA+ organisations and services to improve accessibility and awareness of the specific needs of Deaf LGBTIQA+ people and communities. Expression Australia is thrilled to be working with All the Queens Men and access consultancy, Break a Finger, to improve accessibility and connection for the Deaf LGBTIQA+ community.