Adelaide will once again come alive this November for the annual Feast festival for queer arts and culture.
Now in its 13th year, Feast is committed to supporting and celebrating South Australia’s GLBTI communities. This year’s theme is HomeGrown queer talent and will explore these issues in a range of artistic mediums such as performing arts, film, visual arts and more.
A leader in community events, Feast program highlights include the strip club performance event Gurlesque, the first burlesque girl club in Australia, designed specifically for women and trannies who want to explore the sexy art of strip tease with often hilarious results.  Also worthy of attention (and attendance!) is the Genderfuck Ball (pictured), a night of debauched gender subversion that brings out the inner girls in boys and vice versa.
The Feast festival, celebrating diverse sexualities and genders, will run from November 14-29 at various venues in Adelaide. Tickets go on sale October 13.

info: Visit www.feast.org.au

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