On behalf of Qwire Concert Team, Canberra Gay and Lesbian Qwire is celebrating 25 fabulous years with another great concert, Taking Flight.

Taking Flight celebrates the strength of their community. Taking inspiration from the likes of Concita Wurst, Maya Angelou, Sia and even Disney, Qwire’s 25th anniversary concert reminds people of all genders, orientations and expressions that they can look forward with pride to the future they dream of.

There have a performance during Canberra’s SpringOut Pride Festival which they have Auslan Interpreters at the Quire Concert… details below:

When: Saturday 17 November 2018

Where: The Q Theatre, 251 Crawford Street Queanbeyan.

Time: 7pm

Cost: $35 full, $30 concession or group of 10.

Quire Teams have already secured 20 tickets reserved for our Deaf/HoH people in the ACT and surrounding areas of NSW, utilising the Auslan Interpreters or T Loop including 5 free tickets (for those whose financial situation might otherwise prevent them from coming). Please must book through to David Worner, Qwire Convenor on convenor@canberraqwire.org.au. Not off online please, directly to David to get tickets specifically for Auslan Interpreters and or T Loop.

If you want to attend this concert, you need to let David know by Monday morning on 5th November 2018 which they will release the reserved tickets to the general public.
Please hurry and book your tickets if you want to attend this.

Also if you want to have transport to attend the concert, there’s have some space on the bus for those who would like to purchase their own Concert Ticket, please text (sms) Marco Xuereb, member of Qwire Concert on 0456 435 203 so he can assist you for the transport.

If you have any enquirers or concern about the concert, please communicate directly to David Worner on convenor@canberraqwire.org.au 

More information about the Qwire Concert, can be found on their website canberraqwire.org.au

Hope you can able to attend and support the Canberra Gay and Lesbian Community that included our Deaf Community who are part of it. 🙂

Thank you

DeafACT Board.