HONEY POINT - DINNER SERVICE - CANCELLED
Honey Point present Dinner Service
We acknowledge that Honey Point takes place on stolen land belonging to the Gadigal peoples of the Eora nation. We recognise its true custodians, and pay respect to those that have passed before us and acknowledge today’s Aboriginal people as the custodians of this land. This land has been in the generation of Gadigal custodians before us and will be for thousands of years to come. Indigenous sovereignty not ceded; this always was and always will be Aboriginal land.
It's been a year for eating, for crying, for smiling and sleeping, all in preparation for a night of dance and storytelling. From entree to canapé, Bloom to Brunch - take your seats at the table for the Honey Point’s main course - Dinner Service. Feels good to be back, bon appétit.
On the menu for the evening we have some of Sydney's finest wines, freshest produce and tastiest delights.
★ Wack J B2B Posture
★ Wavyrager (Gerald Wala)
★ MC’d by Miskitto
Tickets: Range from $20-$25 and $30 on door.
No one will be turned away for lack of funds – If you are unable to afford a ticket, please message us directly for an alternative arrangement prior to the event. Free admission for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are available, and can also be arranged by messaging us directly.
BE LOVELY & RESPECTFUL ~ COMMUNITY EXPECTATIONS
We exist to be a safe and inclusive party. Respect the space and the safety of others. No sexism. No racism. No homophobia. No transphobia. No unwanted touching. No intimidation or exclusion. Those making others feel unsafe or uncomfortable will be asked to leave by the event organisers. We will have Sun’s out on the horizon watching for these behaviours and will be the point of contact if you feel unsafe.
Venue accessibility to come.
A portion of the profits from this event will be donated to Change The Record — Australia’s only national Aboriginal led justice league coalition of Aboriginal peak bodies and allies. They work to end the incarceration of, and family violence against Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
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