Dublin LGBTQ Pride Events For Sunday 21st & Monday 22nd June

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Happy Pride To Everybody!
Below are some of the Dublin LGBTQ Pride events that are taking place today, Sunday 21st, and tomorrow, Monday 22nd June. Please note that the dog show has been cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances.

Sunday 21st June

Sunday Service with Dublin LGBTQ Pride 11 am, Unitarian Church
Dublin’s Unitarian Church is pleased to welcome Dublin LGBTQ Pride and Director Ciaran McKinney to our Sunday service, as part of the 2015 festival. Ciaran will light the chalice candle, and take part in our ceremony to celebrate the diversity of our gathering. The Unitarian Church welcomes everyone, of every faith and none, regardless of background or orientation Join our service or drop in any time
11:00 am Free www.dublinunitarianchurch.org
Dublin Unitarian Church, St Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2

Dublin Pride Dog Show – [CANCELLED] Due to unforeseen circumstances the dog show event has been cancelled.

Pride Bingo
Join Shirley Temple Bar and her crew for the Pride Bingo Bonanza.
9:00 pm €5 www.thegeorge.ie
The George, Georges Street, Dublin 2.

Monday 22nd June

Speaking Volumes (HIV)
Join us in The OutHouse on Capel Street for ‘Speaking Volumes’, a storytelling project sharing the experiences of people living with HIV, that aims to increase understanding about the condition.
11:00 am www.speakingvolumesproject.org
OutHouse, 105 Capel Street, Dublin 1
A Pride to Remember
Activist and curator of the Irish Queer Archive, Tonie Walsh charts the history of the LGBTQ Pride movement in Ireland, from the 1970’s and onwards, in words and pictures. This whistle-stop tour of the highs and lows, the wonderful and the bizarre was one of our most popular events in 2014, and we are delighted that Tonie is returning. If you missed it last year, be sure to catch it this time!
6:00 pm Free Pearse Street Library, 142 Pearse Street, Dublin 2.
The Laramie Project: Acting Out
Dublin’s LGBT community drama group present the story of Matthew Shepard. Matthew Shepard, a 21-year-old gay student, was tortured and left to die, tied to a fence in Laramie, Wyoming.
7:30 pm €10 www.actingout.ticketleap.com/laramie
The Teacher’s Club, 36 Parnell Square West, Dublin 1
Win, Lose or Drag Pride Edition
Phil T Gorgeous and Bunny host an evening of glamourous game show classics, with a chance to win drinks and fabulous prizes
8:00 pm www.thegeorge.ie
The George, George’s Street, Dublin 2.
For more information visit http://www.dublinpride.ie


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