Pridevember will still go on with the rescheduling of a range of Feast Festival events that were initially cancelled due to the recent COVID-19 event cancellations.
Feast’s major closing event, Picnic in the Park, which attracts around 3,500 people, has been cancelled, however organisers have rescheduled a number of exciting events.
Over 45 events are now either rescheduling or postponing to a later time.
BENT | Theatre | Wed 25th – Sat 28th Nov
Martin Sherman’s landmark play about the Nazi persecution of homosexuals, traces anti-hero Max’s nightmare odyssey from a Berlin nightclub, via cattle-car to Dachau. To survive, Max dons the Yellow Jewish Star, rather than the Pink Triangle, because homosexuals are ranked lower even than Jews. But, in the dehumanising prison stone-yard, Max learns, from fellow-prisoner Horst, love, acceptance and ultimate redemption.
SELF ISOLATION SONGBOOK | Theatre |Thurs 26th Nov
A storyteller who weaves together music and poetry to share stories and shift stigmas. Our Ukulele Dream Girl is back armed with her ukulele and compassion filled heart, ready to greet you online. Are you feeling hyper
stimulated, over connected, zoomed out and anxious from the outside in? Self-isolation’s been a hell of a time. A journey of connection and hyper attention, preservation and privilege. Songs and poems from the COVID era from a socially distant stage. Hi, my name is the Ukulele Dream Girl and welcome to my TED Talk.
COMING HOME TO YOURSELF: QUEER YOGA AND MINDLFULLNESS WORKSHOP | Community | Sun 29th Nov
This Bumblebee Yoga workshop is about creating a practice that feels like coming home. We’ll explore mindfulness skills, practical tools for self-compassion, and how to connect with your body safely and lovingly through gentle movement. The class is accessible, and people from all backgrounds and abilities are welcome. If you have a disability, please get in touch with us before the class so we can best plan for your experience.
OF ALL THINGS | Theatre | Thurs 3rd Dec – Sun 6th Dec
Australian Dance Theatre (ADT) proudly presents, ‘Of All Things’, a new work from South Australian independent choreographer and performer, Alison Currie. Within this unique exploration, Currie’s investigation into the nature of matter, dancers and The Odeon theatre will morph, meld, fuse and disconnect. In collaboration with award-winning multidisciplinary South Australian design firm, Enoki, Currie will create a tangible middle ground between the animate and inanimate, the mobile and fixed.
IT’S IN OUR NATURE: A QUEER TOUR OF THE MUSEUM | Tours | Ongoing
Discover the stories of love, desire and identity at the South Australian Museum as seen through the perspectives of well-known LGBTIQA+ South Australians, the Museum’s own vibrant LGBTIQA+ staff and young South Australians exploring gender and sexual identities. A new and thought provoking self-guided trail that challenges the way we view the natural and cultural world and our connections to it. Pick up a copy of the trail at the Museum or head to www.samuseum.sa.gov.au.
For the full program and updated details head to www.feast.org.au.