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Hello Darlings is a perfect small theatre with lots of personality.
Hello Darlings Theatre is located on the top floor of Stonewall Hotel.
175 Oxford Street Darlinghurst 2010
The theatre was about to have its official opening before COVID made an impact on our lives and entertainment industry.
The theatre is currently preparing to celebrate Sydney Pride and is sit down for 50 guests with table service.


House of Mince presents Bona to Varda – A Queer Variety Show that is centred on showcasing Sydney’s international calibre queer force and talent; all within the heart of our city. The event will take place over four nights at Stonewall Hotel as part of Sydney Pride & Sydney Solstice featuring Betty Grumble, Liam Gale Band, King Cxntessa, Justin Shoulder, Stelly G, The Sharman, Craig Slist, Basjia plus more!
Previous shows have all sold out so get in quick…
Two sittings every Friday in June – 7pm and 9pm.

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Sydney’s best new comedy club is putting on a fabulous Pride Special at the iconic Stonewall Hotel.
Find an amazing line up of professional comedians in the Hello Darlings theatre in Stonewall. With the best comedy and cocktails served to your table, this will be an amazing night and when its over, you can head straight to the dance floor!
Line-Up: Demi Lardner (RAW comedy Winner, Best Newcomer at the Sydney Comedy Festival in 2016, Winner of Directors Choice MICF 2017) Jake Howie (Reading Comedy Festival New Act of the Year 2015) Rosie Piper (Tonightly with Tom Ballard) Will Gibb (Class Clowns Comedy fest, TikTok legend) Madeleine Stewart (ABC Comedy)
Show starts 8pm, doors open 7:00pm.
Please arrive early in order to be seated as per social distancing guidelines.
Table service available throughout
Tickets at


Saturday 12 June & Sunday 13 June
7.30PM -9.15PM Stonewall Hotel,
Top Floor Theatre 175 Oxford Street, Darlinghurst.
Tickets: $30 Doors open at 7pm
Salón Flamenco is an evening of adventurous, daring solo dance works.
Connecting with the pulse of what’s piping-hot right now, the artists share a philosophy of practice in this one of-its-kind platform for Australia. Moving away from tradition they play with sound, movement, gender and concepts that concern them as Australians practicing far from the mothership of Spain.
Challenging form and ideas about embodiment of culture, their works are visually theatrical, comedic and highly virtuosic exploring flamenco iconography and appropriation of culture. Flamenco informs each artist’s individuality within (or without) a community forging new terrain in this largely traditional field for wider contemporary relevance.
New thought-provoking works in 2021 by Lisa Maris McDonell, Annalouise Paul, Maree Laffan, Paloma Negra and spoken word by Nuría Rodriguez.


Encounter some of the finest and funniest in queer comedy in this live show, hosted by the legendary Rosie Piper, and supported by fellow comedians, Jake Howie, Bea Barbeau-Scurla and John Glover.
When: 19th June at 7pm

Tickets $25