Sydney's Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Festival

Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras Festival

Queer Screen’s Mardi Gras Film Festival (2022 Dates To Be Advised)
Fair Day (2022 Dates To Be Advised)
Mardi Gras Shabbat Service (no charge) and Dinner (Bookings Essential) (2022 Dates To Be Advised)
Mardi Gras Parade (2022 Dates To Be Advised)

 

Queer Screen’s Mardi Gras Film Festival

This year Queer Screen has a brilliant selection of LGBT+ films to go and see, some of which have Jewish and Israeli themes.

These films include: 'The Glass Room', 'Circus of Books', 'Jonathan Agassi Saved My Life', and '15 Years'.

Dayenu is proud to be supporting Queer Screen's 27th Mardi Gras Film Festival.

Join us in supporting this entertaining and insightful event bringing all things LGBTIQ+ on the big screen!

When: 2022 Dates To Be Advised
Where: Various Cinemas around Sydney

 

Mardi Gras Fair Day

For a number of years now, Fair Day has marked the start of the Mardi Gras Festival. Please see our archives page for photos of previous years’ stalls.

2022 Dates To Be Advised

   

 

Mardi Gras Shabbat Service and Dinner

Celebrate the start of Mardi Gras weekend with us!

Come for Shabbat services at 6:15pm and stay for a delicious Shabbat dinner, hosted by Emanuel Synagogue in association with Dayenu.

Booking is essential and spaces are limited.

When: 2022 Dates To Be Advised
Where: Emanuel Synagogue, 7 Ocean Street, Woollahra

   

 

Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade

Date: 2022 Dates To Be Advised

Watch out for the Dayenu Float in this year’s Mardi Gras Parade!

If you would like to be a part of our float, registrations are now open to march with Dayenu in the Mardi Gras Parade. We only have about 35 places in the float for Dayenu people, so RSVP your place now so you don't miss out!

Theme: "Jewish, Queer, and Fabulous"

The overall theme for Mardi Gras this year is "What Matters", so we are responding to it by showing what matters to the Jewish LGBTQIA+ community. The key message that we want to convey through our float is that it’s okay (or Fabulous!) to be Jewish and Queer. We have been marching in the Mardi Gras Parade since 2000, and this year will be the 20th Anniversary for Dayenu, so we want to continue this legacy.

Click here for more information and registration.