The April ’14 issue of EILE Magazine is now available – simply click on the cover image above to read or download today!
The monthly digital issue for April of EILE Magazine is now available free to read and/or download!
In this issue, we chat to Wayne Flanagan Tobin in Dublin, and Stephen Donnan in Belfast, as they both prepare to contest local elections this coming May. We also chat to talented musicians such as Cindy Gomez, Liv Monaghan and Anthony Starble about their latest projects, while our resident health expert, Dr Shay Keating, offers some sage advice.
With film and book reviews, travel, sport, LGBT news, opinion and more, you’re certain to find something you like in the April issue of EILE Magazine! Click on the cover image or on Monthly Issues above to enjoy.
Wayne Flanagan Tobin is an independent candidate for the Pembroke / South Dock ward of Dublin City Council
[Want to read more of this article? Read the full interview on P.10 of April's EILE Magazine free digital issue!]
At 27 years old, Wayne Flanagan Tobin is impressively strong, resilient and passionate, and has already achieved enough to be proud of.
In his cozy studio apartment – a converted room of a Georgian building in south Dublin – paper cuttings serve as a reminder to him of his past achievements, improving mental health support services across County Wicklow. Now, his sights are set on local politics in the capital, with his campaign already in full swing. Continue Reading »
Dublin Pride takes place in June. [Image: Dublin Pride/Facebook]
As summer approaches rapidly, preparations will shortly get underway for the Republic’s largest LGBT festival, but Dublin Pride also needs your help
The Dublin Pride festival has grown vastly since it started out in the 1980’s. The 2014 Festival begins on June 14th and will be a two-week long celebration of LGBT culture in Ireland that the whole family can enjoy. The main event – the Pride Parade – takes place on Saturday June 28th, and will be followed by a post-parade event in Merrion Square – the Pride Village. Continue Reading »
The Transgender Film Festival is an annual event at the Traum Cinema in Kiel, Germany. [Image: foerdefluesterer.de]
The annual Transgender Film Festival took place April 11-13 at the Traum Cinema in Kiel, Germany. During the festival, numerous films were given awards, in recognition of films with LGBT themes, or other cinematic displays of support for the LGBT community.
The following films and productions were announced as this year’s award winners by the Transgender Film Festival, featuring both international and local projects. [For more information, visit transgender-film-festival.de.]
- Best Film of the Year: DALLAS BUYERS CLUB
- Best Performance: Miles Szanto in BRUNO AND EARLENE GO TO VEGAS
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Malta saw the introduction of same-sex civil unions yesterday evening, as well as adoption rights to gay and lesbian couples in the European island state.
Many of the Maltese LGBT community and their supporters gathered in St. George’s Square in Valletta to celebrate the Parliament’s vote in favour of civil union legislation, as well as new adoption rights for same-sex couples. The Maltese Parliament passed the legislation by 37 votes, with 30 members of the opposition abstaining from the vote. Continue Reading »
This Way Out is featured weekly here on EILE Magazine
Every week, EILE Magazine features the latest episode of This Way Out, a Los Angeles-based LGBT radio show, which celebrates its 26th year on air this month! This Way Out is available in 200 countries worldwide, as well as here each week on EILE! Continue Reading »
EILE’s food writer and cook, Dermie O’Sullivan, tells us how to create a wonderful Simnel Cake – just in time for Easter!
[Photography: Jakub Walutek]
There are so many recipes for Simnel Cake, but the one I use includes an age old method my grandmother taught me, which really does completely transform the cake. My grandmother’s tip was to soak the dry mixed fruits in whiskey overnight before making the cake. This completely enhances the flavour of the cake, giving more flavoursome, plumped up mixed fruits. The best thing of all about this cake is that you need to rest the cake in an airtight container to allow the cake to mature. This means you can have the cake ready days ahead of Easter Sunday. It really is a very simple cake to make, and it looks absolutely sensational served as an afternoon tea treat on Easter Sunday. Enjoy every slice! Continue Reading »