Archive | March 2014
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The trans* community in Ireland has criticised a new sitcom’s portrayal of a transgender character, who is subjected to ridicule in the first episode. The new programme, produced by WAKA Productions in association with Baby Cow Productions, airs on RTÉ Television, and is called The Centre. It features a character named Nuala, who is meant to be a 40 year-old “pre-op transsexual” working […]
The International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival is one of the largest theatre festivals in Dublin, and is the largest festival of its kind in the world. This year, the Festival runs from May 4th until 18th, celebrating eleven years of LGBT theatre in the Irish capital. As this year’s festival fast approaches, however, volunteers are needed […]
EILE Magazine is proud to announce that the international LGBT radio show, This Way Out, will now feature weekly via eile.ie! Launched in April 1988 in Los Angeles, This Way Out is produced weekly, and distributed to over 200 radio stations worldwide. Three of the programme’s production team – Rick Watts, Lucia Chappelle and Jon Beaupré – are regular […]
For your delectation this Sunday morning, here’s a video from French electro-rock/pop group Antistare called D Night. The group have been friends since childhood, and hail from Toulouse in France. This is a song from their first EP, Dancing Glory. Happy Mother’s Day! If you’d like to know more about Antistare, visit their facebook page.
This amazing little transgender girl called Jazz, who is 11 years old, is the perfect example of why it is wrong to allow discrimination against trans people in any way, shape or form. Here she is being interviewed by Barbra Walters.
Neil Allard and Andrew Wale were amongst the first same-sex couples to be married in England and Wales, as their wedding ceremony took place at the Royal Pavillion in Brighton just after midnight last night. While the Rainbow Flag flew alongside the Union Flag in London, the LGBT community in the UK celebrated the major milestone […]
Born to Burn productions, in association with the Dublin Film Qlub, will present the 1914 film, A Florida Enchantment, tomorrow evening at a special screening in The Generator in Smithfield in Dublin. This is an extremely rare screening of the film A Florida Enchantment, a ground-breaking film of the silent era which is the earliest surviving feature film […]