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Queer PowerPoint, the Queerest show in town is playing at Bondi Festival 2024 for 2 nights of corporate presentations and personal optimization…but queer.

Queer PowerPoint is the cult hit experimental performance series in which Queer artists from Sydney are invited to explore and share an idea, current obsession, or ongoing fascination using that most staid and ubiquitous of programming tools – PowerPoint.  It’s a bunch of queers deep diving into highly niche content in a very gay way. 

Reclaiming and queering the corporate presentation from our straight capitalist overlords, creators Xanthe Dobbie and Harriet Gillies host this night of surprising stories, secret passions and starwipes;  commissioning artists to create a new 10-minute performance lecture about absolutely anything – the only rules are they have to be queer af, and they have to use Microsoft PowerPoint. 

Come back together and revel in this new strangeness with a digital tool from a simpler time. 

This cult event is seeing out the year with a hilarious and nerdy evening‘ – Time Out

Meet the artists:

Queer PowerPoint is a collaboration between an all-queer Sydney-based team of creatives: performance maker Harriet Gillies, digital artist Xanthe Dobbie, creative producer Thom Smyth and AV manager Charlie Kember. Together they curate, develop, mentor, and produce the works of the programmed artists, ensuring support throughout the creation and delivery of their presentations.


Thursday 11 & Friday 12 July 7.30pm


Full price: $34

Concessions: $30


There are two entrances to Bondi Pavilion including entry via Bondi Beach front and Campbell Parade, both providing accessible entrances. You can find ramp access with mobility parking spaces at the front and rear of the building. There are two floors, the ground floor has full access with a lift to level 1 where you can find the bar, Theatre and Seagull Rooms. Accessible amenities are located on both the ground floor and level 1.


Auslan interpreted performances are for audiences who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing and use Australian Sign Language (Auslan). Experienced Auslan theatre interpreters stand to the side of the stage and interpret dialogue and any text into Auslan, signing live. Audiences requiring this service are seated in the section closest to the interpreter to ensure good sightlines.


Audio is fed through a FM transmitter which is picked up by a receiver. Bondi Festival staff will be available for guests to request a receiver and headset for the Seagull room. Please enquire at the Box Office on the Ground Floor of the Bondi Pavillion regarding this service, there is a limited number of devices available per show, if you would like to call in advance or enquire about this service, please contact the Bondi Festival team at bondifestival@waverley.nsw.gov.au or call +61 475 788 967. We will respond within 72 hours.


Guide Dogs, Hearing Dogs and assistance animals are welcome at all Bondi Festival events and venues.


Bondi Festival supports the Companion Card program. For patrons who require the assistance of a companion or carer, a second ticket is issued at no cost to the Companion Card holder. These tickets are available directly through the online booking system, and the Companion Card holder must present their card at the Box Office.

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Time: 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Duration: 120 mins

Dates: Thursday 11 - Friday 12 July

Price: $30 - $34

Venue: Bondi Pavilion Seagull Room

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