Freaky far-flung fun for absolutely everyone.
Wednesday September the 6th ~
My only local public performance this week will go down Swingin' at the Speakeasy. Free from 10 til 2.
Thursday September the 7th ~
Thence I've a radical wrestling party to play for a computer corp in a fancy restaurant the next day.
Friday September the 8th ~
Following these electrifying engagements in town I'm once again taking flight to Broken Hill to perform at the ebullient Broken Heel Festival.
It's gonna be brisk out during my 11.30PM til 1.30AM set (from the actual Priscilla bus), possibly around 3 degrees! Cutting a rug on the dancefloor will be vital for survival!
Saturday September the 9th ~
Things will warm up the next morning as I spin in the Town Square from 10 til 11.30AM, prior to the riotous Broken Heel drag parade through the streets. I cannot wait to celebrate with all of the visitors, locals and animals at once. It's free, all-ages and utterly hilarious - the ultimate cross-section of our unique and diverse society.
Come dark I'll commence the conniptions for the huge Saturday Night Shindig with a wee set of whackiness from the bus betwixt 6 and 6.30.
In my absence Jack Off will again be hosted by regular producer Luce. We tuned in from a Queensland beach and had a ball listening last time Luce took the reins. I recommend you make time to stream live between 3 and 5 - or catch up on-demand after.
Sunday September the 10th ~
Sunday begins with a Bloody Mary Moo Moo party inside the resplendent Palace Hotel. I'll kick off an extremely enormous day at Broken Heel with some choice kitty cuts between 9 and 10.30AM.
Then as the sun sets, around 5 til 6, folks will catch me warming up for the unmissable interactive screening of Priscilla, Queen Of The Desert. This mistresspiece surpasses all tests of time.
Speaking of, you can still make it out there if you get cracking after reading this. If that drive is a bridge too far, please get along next year. This is one of my favourite festivals in Australia. Words (and even images) cannot really do it justice. It's the larrikin and egalitarian aspect on the ground that gets ya. Trust me, try and make it one day!