Cadance Bell will be performing at the Sydney Opera House on the 29th of November 2020 as part of Queerstories for the Antidote festival. Cadance is performing “A Tale of Two Kitties” based on a chapter from her upcoming memoir.

Other speakers of the evening include Leonard Mickelo, dancer & performer in the stage adaptations of Priscilla Queen of the Desert and The Sapphires, Sarah Tiong, Masterchef favourite and author of Sweet, Savory, Spicy, Liv Hewson, star of Netflix’s Santa Clarita Diet and Back in Very Small Business and Adrian Russell Wills, director of iconic Australian series including Redfern Now.

In its fourth year Antidote’s lineup of talks, workshops, visual arts and immersive experiences invites leading thinkers and makers to consider the world’s big problems, and possible solutions. If our world is full of difficult, overwhelming challenges, Antidote is inspired by the hope that we can all act to make it better.

Queerstories is a national LGBTQI+ storytelling project directed by Maeve Marsden, with live events around the country, a book and an award-winning podcast.

Queerstories grew out of a desire to hear the stories LGBTQI+ people want to tell. Too often, the agenda is set by politics or the media, but there is more to being queer than coming out and getting married.