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It is with great pleasure that we extend an exclusive invitation to attend the launch of a new initiative for the SGLBA Education Fund.

The Supper Club is set to be a regular event for The Fund, bringing together supporters for an intimate dinner, entertainment and conversation. 

A significant percentage of each ticket sold will go to support The Fund. The Fund’s objective is to provide a grant to LGBTIQ+ individuals, over the age of 30, who want to undertake a course of study which meaningfully, substantially and demonstrably benefits their life or, through them, the lives of others within the Australian Community.

The first iteration of Supper Club is scheduled for Thursday 6th August from 6.30 pm in the private dining room at Claire’s Kitchen at le Salon

The evening will commence with a drink on arrival, followed by a 3-course dinner. Guests will be able to choose each course and dietary requirements will be catered for. Tables and seating will be arranged in line with social distancing requirements. 

Ben Palumbo & Shauna Jensen will be providing entertainment during the evening.

If you have any questions please contact Michael Shevers via email.

Claire's Kitchen at le Salon was the winner of the SGLBA sponsored 2016 Business category of the Honour Awards.
Claire’s Kitchen at le Salon was the winner of the SGLBA sponsored 2016 Business category of the Honour Awards.

More about the Supper Club

“After a highly successful launch event late last year, we were looking to create a regular supporter program that kept everyone informed, connected and energised. The Supper Club was an inspired idea to help The Education Fund achieve all those things.  Not only is it set to become a regular fixture on the LGBTIQ+ community calendar, but we hope the uniqueness of such an event will draw new supporters to our cause.”

Michael Shevers | Committee Chair, The Education Fund

“I used to work in London and spent most evenings alone. I heard about a Supper Club and started going whenever I was in the city. It was such a great way to get out, meet people, experience a variety of amazing restaurants and support a worthy cause. It’s fine to go alone, or take a friend or two. I’m so glad to have this in Sydney now!”

Kat Conner | SGLBA Diversity Director

Your entertainers for the evening

Shauna Jensen, a great friend of the SGLBA
Shauna Jensen is an Australian singer. She has been a member of multiple bands including Purple Vision and Flake and appeared on the Original Australian Cast Recording album in 1972.
Shauna Jensen, a great friend of the SGLBA Shauna Jensen is an Australian singer. She has been a member of multiple bands including Purple Vision and Flake and appeared on the Original Australian Cast Recording album in 1972.
Ben Palumbo is Ben Noir. Ben’s foray into all things French began as a flamboyant flash of colour as he backflipped his way across the screen in the opening scenes of the hit film by Baz Lhurmann “Moulin Rouge.”
Ben Palumbo is Ben Noir. Ben’s foray into all things French began as a flamboyant flash of colour as he backflipped his way across the screen in the opening scenes of the hit film by Baz Lhurmann “Moulin Rouge.”