The LGBTIQ+ Elders Dance Club Canberra: June Winter Edition

  • VENUE: Ainslie Main Hall
  • COST: Free
  • WHEN: 1pm to 3pm
    13 June 2021
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“All The Queens Men make many people who, in their day to day lives in our society feel or are made to feel marginalised, neglected, invisible, lonely – feel valued, important, beautiful and cared about. I cannot express strongly enough how valuable that is – it brings tears to my eyes just thinking about the value of LGBTIQ+ Elders Dance Club.” – LGBTIQ+ elder.

This event now running nationally and internationally, fosters social inclusion, promotes social connection and an engagement in healthy physical activity in a COVID safe environment, creating a regular space for LGBTIQ+  elders to express themselves, without fear of discrimination or judgement. The Dance Club also serves as an opportunity for elders to share stories of their past and current experiences, fostering peer to peer exchange and support, strengthening community amongst LGBTIQ+ elders.

Every second Sunday monthly…

Access: if you have any access requirements please call us on 6182 0000 and we will work with you to ensure you can attend the event.

Parking: Parking is available at Ainslie Arts Centre at the front in the semi-circle driveway, or at the rear (entry of Elder St). Closest public transport is the 31 bus stop at Doonkuna St/Donaldson St – 200m from the venue.

The fabulous monthly edition of the ACT based LGBTIQ+ Elders Dance Club is co-produced by All the Queens MenMeridian and Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centres.

LGBTI Elders discuss the social mission behind The Coming Back Out Ball from All The Queens Men on Vimeo.

Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centres adheres to COVID19 regulations set out by Health ACT. We take our responsibility to the public seriously and we work hard to ensure that all our events are based on the latest health information available and to provide COVIDSafe environments for all our patrons. If you would like to know more, you can read about our COVIDSafe plans at