Friday 5th March 2021
Saturday 6th March 2021
Sunday 7th March 2021
101/1-5 Wheat Road
In Bed @ Home… a Sydney nightclub like you've never seen before. The iconic Home The Venue will be transformed with Queen-sized beds for guests to recline, chill out and enjoy the show!
After hibernating through the hellfires of 2020, Home The Venue is ecstatic to announce their triumphant return to Sydney’s nightlife scene, with an entertainment experience quite unlike anything Sydney has seen before.
Just in time for Mardi Gras, IN BED@HOME has been conceived as a groundbreaking event, in which an entire nightclub is being transformed into an immersive, one-of-a-kind entertainment experience for couples, clubgoers, festival fanatics and friends. Supported by City of Sydney, Home The Venue, Mardi Gras, and created by Fernando Barraza Creative, IN BED@HOME is a bold step forward in the new renaissance of Sydney nightlife. Launching as part of the Mardi Gras Festival, IN BED@HOME brings you into a daring dreamscape of interactive live music, performance and entertainment.
This is a nightclub like you’ve never seen.
The iconic Home The Venue is being stripped, waxed and redecorated as a sexy, scandalous slumber party. The entire floor space is being transformed, with Queen size beds for guests to recline, relax and enjoy dazzling entertainment custom-choreographed for the event, complete with champagne and bedside service.
Throughout March, guests can experience unforgettable shows: a night of comedy, cabaret, burlesque and magic at the colourful and hilarious CIRKUS BIZURKUS; confetti, glitter, bedazzled pyjamas and love at the inaugural Mardi Gras SLUMBER PARTY, plus, the brand new, sensual, sexy, gender-bending underground performance, PRETTY MASC. Featuring exquisite styling and with strict Covid Safe practices, these unforgettable events in an unprecedented setting are built around unexpected moments and stunning artistic shows.
We won't take 2021 lying down...
In Bed @ Home is launching March 2021.
Photo credit: Brendan de la Hay, photographed by iota Media.