"Access and Inclusion" written in bold Sans serif font. The text is white on a purple background.
Access & Inclusion
4 curvy performers spread out sitting on timber and black cushioned seating bank. In the foreground we see Demon Derriere wearing a gold dress, black boots and a gold headpiece. To the left of centre is Thraxxy wearing a black dress, shes has lots of tattoos. To the right of centre is Sofia Sealegs wearing a black white and gold patterened dress with gold gloves and blue hair. In the background is Tyra Bankstown wearing black boots, gold ruffle outfit with blonde hair.
She’s an Artist @shes_an_artist
Shot at Darlinghurst Theatre

BTE Commitment

Big Thick Energy can proudly say we are committed to creating safe, inclusive, and accessible spaces at all events and on online presence. By abolishing tokenism, we are promising to a staff hire rate of 100% of our artists identifying as either BIPOC, POC, QTPOC, Fat, Neurodivergent, LGBTQIA+ and/or disabled. Aiming to lead by example and display true inclusivity for all misrepresented communities. Raising voices for BIPOC, POC, disabled, fat and LGBTQIA+ folx through community, creative arts, live performances, fundraising for charities and positive energy.

Our front 2 rows of live performances are dedicated to Deaf/HoH, Blind, Low vision and wheelchair using beauties to be closer to the curvy action and Auslan interpreter. If this could help you, please email us at hello.bigthickenergy@gmail.com

More information about our commitments are below.

We acknowledge the First Nation Custodians of the land on which we live, work and play and pay our respects to Elders past, present and ongoing. Australia was and always will be Aboriginal land. We respecAt their creativity, connection and knowledge to the land.

The cast of Big Thick Energy's March Finale standing on stage, forming a circle with the front row of the audience. Demon Derriere is wearing a black dress and holding a microphone in the centre of the image, standing next to Peach Fuzz.  The people on stage are all clapping, cheering, laughing or dancing. There is gold sparkly curtains in the background and different sized disco balls hanging above everyone reflecting purple and pink light. The audience is clapping.
Finale of BTE March by Dream Syndicator, Jeremy Belefante  and She’s an Artist