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Thursday 23rd June

Live on the
Golden Stage

Jack Colwell & Friends
Jack Colwell & Friends
Bona to Varda Social Club

House of Mince presents Bona to Varda Social Club! A new weekly queer variety show that is centred on showcasing Sydney’s international calibre queer force and talent; all within the heart of our city.

Australian singer/composer Jack Colwell’s songs are informed by his classical training at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, his love of confessional singer-songwriters, and his infatuation with fairy tales and myths.

Born and raised in the suffocating suburbs of far-northern Sydney, Colwell took up music at the urging of his mother, growing into a confident multi-instrumentalist before storming the halls of the prestigious Sydney Conservatorium of Music. In 2015, his debut EP spawned the sleeper hit “Don’t Cry Those Tears”, grabbing attention from Rolling Stone Australia and The Guardian, which attracted significant radio play and led to a remix by US noise-rockers HEALTH. Extensive domestic touring and LGBT advocacy followed, and Jack soon became one of Australia’s most prominent independent artists.

Now, with his vivid debut album SWANDREAM, (already making best of (so far!) lists on NME, Music Feeds, Junkee and 2ser), he’s ready to captivate a global audience.

When
Doors open at 5:00pm, performance starts at 8:00pm sharp.
How Much
Free entry, all events 18+

Upcoming Shows

Thursday 30th June
Rhys Lightning
Bona to Varda Social Club
A chameleon-like, high-voltage dancer aiming to electrify and excite your every sense.
Friday 1st July
Ivy
On the Golden Stage
Ivy won't be limited by genre bounds, but holds a high affiliation for glitchy electro, breaks, tech house and UKG.
Saturday 2nd July
Liyah Knight
w/ Special Guest TBC
Effortlessly combining genres, Liyah Knight is armed with a voice and sense of storytelling that is both intensely personal and immediately accessible.

‘The Good old days
are now’

‘THE GOOD OLD DAYS ARE NOW’

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