THE PREMIER LGBTQI HOTSPOT OF SYDNEY
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We pride ourselves on acceptance, tolerance and understanding.
We welcome all walks into our doors, provided they want to have safe and harmless fun.
Online bullying is, in our opinion, a tactic used by the weak - and more often than not, it stems from a place of insecurity and is reflective of the persons feelings of themselves.
Because we're so busy as hosts, we felt it important to let you know that we've made some significant changes for those who want ARQ, no frills. As tickets will be sold separately to The Vortex each week, we're opening The Arena at 9pm every Saturday night as of April 16th*, and we've programmed an extra DJ from the same time.
Kalin, a last minute entry after his friend had to pull out through injury, took the crowd by storm after his performance of Michael Jackson's DIRTY DIANA in Wk 3 of the competition. And now he's set to take Sydney by storm.
(news.com.au) - More than 15,000 people are believed to have turned out to the rally, hosted by the Keep Sydney Open campaign, which began in Belmore Park at midday and culminated in Hyde Park with speeches and live music