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The Freedom Hub

Speakeasy Night

Fri 23rd Aug, 6:30 pm - 10:30 pm


$22 AUD + BF

$22 AUD + BF

The Freedom Hub

Speakeasy Night

Date and Time

Fri 23rd Aug, 6:30 pm - 10:30 pm


The Freedom Hub Venue
283 Young St, Waterloo NSW 2017, Australia

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Event description

Back by popular demand! Swanky 1920's cocktails, live music and NYC hot dogs and sliders. Hidden in the back streets of Waterloo this monthly popup Speakeasy night is a hit.

What people are saying:                

"Keep your eyes open for their speakeasy jazz nights, they are a win"

"So much fun catching up with friends with a great live band"

"This area needs something like this, there is nothing going on around here"

Tickets always sell fast, so don't miss out. Cover price $22, bar open from 6.30pm.Cocktails from $14 and wine from $10 a glass /Sliders & NYC style hotdogs on sale.

Oh and by the way, this is business for purpose > all profits help victims of modern slavery. Extra good vibes!!!

Refund Policy

Refunds are available 7 days prior to the event

Accessibility Information



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The Freedom Hub


The Freedom Hub exists to help people who have experienced human trafficking and slavery within Australia. Our survivors are predominantly women however this crime is also experienced by men. Sadly some survivors are children. At the Freedom Hub we run a Survivor School for rehabilitation, training and education. Through one-to-one mentoring, encouragement and supported learning, survivors can learn faster, feel valued, and re-establish trust. We collaborate with business partners, including offering employment opportunities for survivors, to help end this crime. We run a Cafe and Event Hire Venue to help raise funds and a slave free retail range for shopping. Our stunning warehouse venue is extremely popular for ethical weddings, engagements and parties. All profits support the Survivor School and cause. The Freedom Hub has generous benefactors, however ongoing additional funding is always vital to combat this crime.