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Tomorrow night, 1st December, The Workman’s Club, on Wellington Quay in Dublin, hosts the Pleasing Features Label Launch, with bands like the Psychics, Frank, The Journals, Sleepwalk Mechanical Doors 7:30pm, Monday, 1 December, and Admission is FREE! The Workman’s Club are delighted to announce the return of this month’s Pleasing Features night on Monday, 1 December.
Before the Victoria election, Australian Marriage Equality released the results of its Victorian state election survey, to inform the electorate where their candidates stood on various issues, for example on same-sex marriage.
Listen to this beautiful song, My Salvation, from the If I Stay soundtrack, sung by Gabrielle Aplin, and de-stress on this Sunday morning, the last day of November. You’ll need all your energy for the month ahead!
WOMAN’S HOUR (Secretly Canadian) + Guests FLOOR STAFF, are playing The Workman’s Club on Wellington Quay in Dublin tonight, Saturday November 29th. Woman’s Hour are not your average band. “The first clue comes in the name of the London-based swoon-pop four-piece, taken from a beloved female-focused news and culture show on BBC Radio 4. The second […]
The European Parliament voted for a report defining its input into global future development policy, last Tuesday 25th November. The report, entitled Report On The EU And The Global Development Framework After 2015, contains strong wording on LGBTI rights and sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR). In September, 2000, the UN adopted the Millennium Declaration, […]
Our Friday music slot this week features Rob Thomas and his 2005 single, This Is How A Heart Breaks from his album, Something To Be. Rob has been a staunch supporter of legalising same-sex marriage and gay rights, and ended an article for the Huffington Post in 2009 with the words: “Each of us has […]
Gar Cox – Too Late for Christmas “Too Late for Christmas” is the new single by Dublin-based singer-songwriter Gar Cox. It will be available as a digital download tomorrow, November 28, 2014. Gar, who has been a well-loved figure on Dublin’s live music scene since the 1990s, wrote the song to reflect the experiences of […]