The October issue of EILE Magazine is now available to download and read for free!In this month’s issue, we chat with the newly-crowned Mr Gay World, Stuart Hatton Jr! We also take a look at the Grand Final of Mr Gay Ireland & Mr Gay Northern Ireland, including interviews with Robbie Lawlor & Nick Flanagan! We chat to Sasha & Emma from new comedy webseries, Eat Our Feelings, in New York, while we interview Newry-based music group Viola Dust, and New York-based photographer, Hunter Canning. We look at HIV and Women in our Health section, and chat to German actor, Matthias Freihof, star of ‘Coming Out’, East Germany’s first LGBT film. All this and so much more, including music, menswear, history, film, opinion, travel, health, and news, are now available in the latest issue of EILE Magazine! Simply click on the cover icon to take a look!
This is the call from STRAP, the Society of Transsexual Women of the Philippines, Continue Reading »
This will be her only signing in Dublin – and the day after her (re)appearance on the Saturday Night Show later tonight, Saturday 25th. Continue Reading »
SINISTER SCREENINGS AT THE BRAM STOKER FESTIVAL – A Listing Of Films & Events From Today 24th To Monday 27th October
The Bram Stoker Festival, running today, Friday 24th through to Monday 27th October, features a film programme of Sinister Screenings with new and classic films. These films and events range from The Curse of Styria, The Lost Boys and the IFI Horrorthon, to films about bands like The Cure and The Cocteau Twins. There are also classic films like The Cabinet of Dr Caligari, and some international gems.
THE CURSE OF STYRIA – Irish premiere
Inspired by Carmilla, the seminal 19th Century vampire tale by Sheridan LeFanu, The Curse of Styria plunges the viewer into a haunted world of fantasy and obsession. Lara (Eleanor Tomlinson) and her father, Continue Reading »
The Guarantee: The line-up for the interactive live event, on Thursday 30th October, has been announced.
Today FM’s Matt Cooper will be joined by businessman, broadcaster and former politician Ivan Yates, Irish Times journalist Una Mullally, The Guarantee screenwriter Colin Murphy and the film’s director Ian Power for a post-screening discussion and Q&A. Continue Reading »
For the spooky season that’s in it, Alan Lambert hops on The Gravedigger Bus Tour, and gets more than he bargained for!
Heading for The Gravedigger Bus Tour, I was aware that the advertisements promise all kinds of creepy experiences, so I was sceptical about whether I would enjoy this evening or not. Continue Reading »
Teriah Joseph Ebah, a 42 year-old Nigerian based in the UK, brought a case against Nigeria’s anti-gay law, not because he was LGBT himself, but because he decided he “wasn’t going to accept a Nigeria that was discriminatory”.
Ebah is married to a woman, and has a child, but sued on the basis that the anti-gay marriage law violated fundamental human rights protections Continue Reading »
Michael Sam, the first openly-gay player to be taken on by an NFL team, has been dropped from the practice squad of the Dallas Cowboys. Sam joined the Cowboys on September 3rd, after being cut by the St Louis Rams.
The Cowboys have now decided to cut Sam, and take Continue Reading »