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6 Sydney WorldPride ideas for kids and teens

Don’t miss drag queen storytimes, family-friendly circuses, movie days and more.

Watch Pride Amplified storytimes from home

In a Sydney WorldPride special, these fun storytelling sessions celebrate love, individuality and LGBTIQA+ communities. You can watch them below, or find them on our YouTube.

My Shadow is Purple, written and illustrated by Scott Stuart, and published by Larrikin House. This story is presented by Charisma Belle and Auslan interpreted by Danni from Deaf Connect.

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Keeping Up With the Dachshunds by Carla Fitzgerald, illustrated by Rebel Challenger and published by Larrikin House. This story is presented by Rex Zhang and Auslan interpreted by Gareth from Deaf Connect.

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Thank You Rain! by Sally Morgan, illustrated by Johnny Warrkatja Malibirr and published by Magabala Books. This story is presented by Maeve Marsden and Auslan interpreted by Salomon from Deaf Connect.

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Enjoy drag queen storytime with treats and snacks

Drag queen storytime at East Sydney Community and Arts Centre

East Sydney Community and Arts Centre transforms into a family fun zone for Oxtravaganza. There will be 2 drag queen storytime readings, as well as face painting, art, balloons, fairy floss and goodie bags.

Saturday 4 March from 12pm to 1pm

Laugh and learn at a family-friendly circus

Soggy at Flight Path Theatre

Through storytelling, dance, acrobatics and performance art, this show at Flight Path Theatre teaches teach kids how to share with one another and the need for access to clean water.

Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 February from 2pm to 2:45pm

See The Rainbow Tree at Darlinghurst Theatre Company

The Rainbow Tree at Sydney WorldPride

The Rainbow Tree is live musical storytelling performed by 2 queer super aunties and written with children from Rainbow families. It shares personal and imagined stories through song exploring family, identity and community.

Express yourself at a Pride takeover of Museum of Contemporary Art

GENEXT x PRIDE takeover at Museum of Contemporary Art

Curated by young people for young people, the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) invites 12 to 18 year-olds to express themselves through artmaking and fashion workshops, enjoy live music and performances, experience the MCA's current exhibitions and meet new people.

Catch a movie at Queer Screen on the Green

Queer Screen on the Green

This outdoor movie marathon will show 4 queer movies back to back. The program kicks off with a Rainbow Families animated screening, perfect for movie lovers young and old. There’ll be food stalls, a bar and other fun activities to keep you entertained between films.

Find all events happening at Sydney WorldPride.