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    Personal Space

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    Brigitta is like every woman in her mid-30s—perpetually tired, addicted to the high of a crisp Diet Coke, and shook that clothing she wore in 2003 is back in high rotation.

    Inspired by the Y2K renaissance, Brigitta has dusted off a distant relic: Her teenage diary.

    Join Brigitta as she takes audiences on a nostalgic trip through the pages of her personal space, blending dance, music, and drag into a heartfelt, somewhat cringe, electrifying, sapphic spectacle. "Personal Space" is not just a show—it's a time machine back to a more authentic era that celebrates the simplicity of having a creative outlet that was truly yours, free from the pressures of likes, shares, and filters.

    So, dust off your old CDs, dig out your favourite butterfly clips, and join us for an unforgettable evening of laughter, nostalgia, and a healthy dose of early 2000s flair.

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    About Qtopia Sydney's Pride Fest

    Join us for a month of dazzling works and moving stories as we celebrate the astounding talent within our community.

    Presented by Qtopia Sydney, Pride Fest covers the entire month of June, bringing audiences limited runs of exciting works from Australian artists.

    Involving local and interstate artists, Pride Fest features the best of what our community has to offer. Whatever you're looking for this Pride season, there truly is a little something for everyone. 

    Qtopia Sydney's Pride Fest contains cabaret, drag, theatre, and more, encouraging us to come together to celebrate not only LGBTQIA+ stories, but the storytellers themselves. 

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