Welcome to the first monthly EILE Magazine of the new year, January 2016! In this month’s issue, we feature US singer/songwriter Josh Stevens, Mark Anthony encourages us to Be A Bowie, Lisa Reynolds reviews Remembering Grace, Brian Rochford tells us how to keep our hearts healthy, Gareth Russell’s new play is reviewed, and Frances Winston gives us the low-down on film. We also have news, views and much, much more!
It’s free to read or download, so just click on the magazine icon and enjoy! If you want to choose among our monthly issues, just click ‘Monthly Issues’ on the top bar, or the magazine icon on the side bar for a full display!
Frances Winston advises that this is one Superhero movie that is not suitable for children!
Directed by: Tim Miller – Starring: Ryan Reynolds, Morena Baccarin, Ed Skrein, T. J. Miller, Gina Carano, Brianna Hildebrand, Stefan Kapičić
Superhero movies are currently big business, and come Hallowe’en, children vie to dress up as their favourite of the colourful heroes. It is unlikely many will be dressing up as Deadpool this year though, as this is not a super hero of the cute, fluffy, family-friendly variety. (Trailer below).
This hero is more down and dirty, and carrying a chip on his shoulder the size of a planet. To say that this movie is unsuitable for children is actually a total understatement. I would imagine it is unsuitable for grown-ups of a certain disposition also. However, it is exactly this fact that makes this movie such good fun. Continue Reading »
Homophobic UKIP Candidate Alan Craig
Scottish UKIP (UK Independence Party) representative and UKIP LGBT Scotland chair, Cailean Mongan, has resigned (yesterday 9 Feb) as representative for UKIP in Scotland, stating that the selection of homophobe, Alan Craig, for the London Assembly is “totally disgraceful”. Continue Reading »
Kathryn Knott, who was involved in the attack on the gay couple in September 2014
A woman from Pennsylvania, who had taken part in beating up a gay couple in September 2014, has received a sentence of 5 – 10 months imprisonment.
25-year-old, Kathryn Knott, from Bucks County, was one of a group of 15 friends out for birthday celebrations, who engaged in the attack on the gay couple. The couple, Zachary Hesse and Andy Haught, were walking to the Gayborhood area to get pizza when the attack happened.
Knott was identified by witnesses as throwing a punch during the attack, and although she denied the action, it was partially captured on video. Continue Reading »
Actors Sylvester Stallone (left) and Michael B. Jordan
Frances Winston loved this film, where the baton is passed on to another fighter in the Rocky tradition
Directed by: Ryan Coogler – Starring: Michael B. Jordan, Sylvester Stallone, Tessa Thompson
The Rocky movie franchise is hugely beloved and fans have been following the fortunes of underdog turned champion, Rocky Balboa, for almost 40 years now. Continue Reading »
Dublin Bears are holding a Benefit Night of cabaret and fun in support of Gay Switchboard, on Saturday 27th February, at The Front Door, 15 Dame Street, Dublin 2, at 9 pm.
The great line-up includes the wonderful Mr Pussy, Sully and DJ Aggie (and of course, a raffle!).
Donation only €5 at the door for a great night out!
You can follow Dublin Bears on twitter at: