Drag Run-a-way Pageant + Brisbane Pride Choir + The Odd Ball

12th August
Maleny Community Centre, 23 Maple Street, Maleny

Saturday 12 August 6pm-12midnight

Brisbane Pride Choir 6.00pm - 6.30pm

Brisbane Pride Choir
Brisbane Pride Choir

The Brisbane Pride Choir is a group of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer-friendly people who love to sing and perform. The choir believe it's important to perform in and for their local community.

Through their performances they share with audiences the great value of a diverse, inclusive and accepting society. At events in Brisbane and throughout Queensland they have often connected with people struggling with their own sexuality or identity. As a community choir, it’s a great feeling for them to know that their performances matter.

They are an SATB (soprano, alto, tenor, bass) choir and sing a range of songs and musical styles, including traditional, contemporary and original music. A large part of their repertoire is sung a cappella.

The choir aims to entertain audiences in the LGBTIQ+ community as well as audiences in the wider Brisbane, national and international community.

Drag Run-a-way Pageant 6.30pm - 9pm

The Odd Ball 9pm - 12am

Drag Run-a-way – Ashley Swift

One of Australia’s leading drag performance artists and producers, and his team, presents this drag pageant of professional and aspiring drag performers. You be the judge.

The Odd Ball – 9pm - 12am
Boogie with your besties, dance with a drag star.

Limited workshop places for pageant aspirants who need to bring their own heels or flats – everything else provided!

Snack meal packs (pre-ordered):
Double pack - $35
Single pack - $19

Terms and Condition:

Mature themes, language and content - parental guidance recommended for under 16s.
*Compulsory workshop attendance all day on Tuesday 8 & Thursday 10 August for aspiring drag pageant performers.
Alcohol sales and consumption restricted to the venue for ticket holders 18 years and over.


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