Sydney’s Prince Alfred Park was the location of Trikone’s Rainbow Picnic, on a clear summer day. It was also an occasion to make impactful placards to be carried by marchers in the Sydney Mardi Gras Parade.
Trikone organised a screening of Frangipani, a Sri Lankan film about a man’s relationship with his wife and bisexual friend, at ACON. The event was followed by Q&A with director Visakesa Chandrasekaram.
Held at Sydney’s Giant Dwarf Theatre, Dashak was a queer Bollywood-inspired
variety show, celebrating Trikone’s tenth anniversary. It featured dance shows, skits
and performances by both Bollywood and pop singers.
Featuring a cast of 15 actors and dancers, Sunderella was a queer take on Cinderella. The Bollywood-inspired theatre production — with sweeping dances and dazzling costumes — was staged at Sydney’s PACT Theatre.
It takes balls to be a queen! Trikone presented Bollywood Queen of the Night: A Beauty Pageant With a Bent, complete with fashion parades, live performances and three sequin-studded beauty queens crowned at the end of the night.