The Coming Back Out Salon
Due to COVID-19 and the QLD border closure, All The Queens Men have made the difficult decision to postpone The Coming Back Out Salon, scheduled to take place on Saturday 18 September 2021 as part of Brisbane Festival.
We are working to reschedule the event and will annouce a new date soon. Your tickets will be valid for this new date when announced. However, if you require a refund immediately, follow the steps HERE.
“The Coming Back Out Ball makes the invisible visible, the forgotten remembered and the past treasured and valued.” – LGBTIQ+ elder.Revisit The Coming Back Out Salon 2019 HERE.
2021 Brisbane Presentation
Created by acclaimed performance makers All The Queens Men, The Coming Back Out Salon is designed as a gift. Proudly acknowledging the resilience of older LGBTIQ+ people who have lived through it all, it’s also a safe space for those just discovering themselves later in life.
Join us for this night of cultural significance where rainbow allies can sit alongside LGBTIQ+ elders to eat, drink, dance, reminisce and dream together into the future.
When: Saturday 18 September, 5.30pm start
Where: The Tivoli ›52 Costin St,Fortitude Valley QLD 4006
Book tickets HERE
Featuring some of Australia’s leading queer and allied performers, including Aunty Dawn Daylight, Brian Lucas, Deborah Cheetham, Christine Johnston, Gerry Connolly, and William Yang, with MC Tristan Meecham and more acts to be announced.
2019 Melbourne Presentation
A sumptuous, social event celebrating Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Gender Diverse and Intersex elders.
Join us for a very special soiree edition of the acclaimed Coming Back Out Ball An elegant salon to acknowledge the past, celebrate the present and create the future!
All LGBTI+ and allied communities welcome!
Featuring internationally renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma (The Bach Project) alongside Australian artists Kutcha Edwards, Sarah Ward, Mama Alto and The Gender Euphoria Ensemble, The Coming Back Out Orchestra conducted by Phillipa Edwards (Skunkworks Productions), Miss First Nations: Chocolate Boxx, Marzi Panne and Miss Ellaneous.
“The Coming Back Out Ball makes the invisible visible, the forgotten remembered and the past treasured and valued.” – LGBTIQ+ elder who attendedThe Coming Back Out Ball, Melbourne
2021 – Brisbane
The Coming Back Out Salon is created and produced by All The Queens Men with Brisbane Festival in association with Queensland Council for LGBTI Health and Brisbane Pride. This project is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland.
2019 – Melbourne
Created by All The Queens Men in collaboration with Yo-Yo Ma’s Bach Project. Supported by Victorian State Government, City of Melbourne, Victorian Seniors Festival and Auspicious Arts Projects Inc.