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Australia: Senate Rejects Plebiscite, WA’s Barnett calls For Free Vote

Australia: Senate Rejects Plebiscite, WA’s Barnett calls For Free Vote

The mood against a plebiscite on marriage equality in Australia is hotting up after the Senate has come out against it, calling for a conscience vote, and Western Australia’s Colin Barnett has also voiced his opposition to a plebiscite and called for a federal free vote. The Senate had this to say: “The committee recommends […]

Film Review: Miss You Already

Film Review: Miss You Already

Frances Winston found this film to be just the right side of sentimental, with a great chemistry between the two leads Directed by: Catherine Hardwicke –Starring: Toni Collette, Drew Barrymore, Dominic Cooper, Paddy Considine, Frances de la Tour, Jacqueline Bisset Milly (Colette) and Jess (Barrymore) couldn’t be less alike, but yet couldn’t be closer. Milly […]

Panti calls on the World’s LGBT community to come to West of Ireland to find Love at The Outing Lisdoonvarna

Panti calls on the World’s LGBT community to come to West of Ireland to find Love at The Outing Lisdoonvarna

On the back of Ireland says ‘I do’: The Marriage Equality Bill will be passed this week in the Dáil. Panti said in the video ‘That wonderful Irish wordsmith Oscar Wilde once said ‘To love oneself is the beginning of a lifelong romance’ ‘But I tend to think that romance is far, far better when […]

Opinion: Why Sexuality Should Be Allowed Its Privacy

Opinion: Why Sexuality Should Be Allowed Its Privacy

Scott De Buitléir reacts to the idea that a person’s sexual orientation should be public information

Presbyerian Minister: “Church on verge of totalitarianism” on same-sex marriage debate‏

Presbyerian Minister: “Church on verge of totalitarianism” on same-sex marriage debate‏

Yesterday, a second Presbyterian minister spoke out about the silencing of the Revd Christine Bradley. While Dr Richard O’Leary was on BBC NI radio programme, ‘Talk Back’, yesterday (Wed 23rd) at 12.45-1 pm, discussing the subject of “free speech in the Presbyterian Church in Ireland” with presenter William Crawley, the Revd Dr David Lattimer, minister […]

TONIGHT Venue Change: Flowers of Hell Gig Now At Bello Bar, Lower Deck

TONIGHT Venue Change: Flowers of Hell Gig Now At Bello Bar, Lower Deck

Concrete Soup have asked us to inform you that there has been a venue change for tonight’s Flowers of Hell gig, “Due to unforeseen circumstances, the venue for tonight’s Flowers of Hell gig has been changed to the Bello Bar (The Lower Deck, Portobello, Dublin)”. Same date, same time tonight. All tickets are valid for […]

Film Review & Trailer: Life

Film Review & Trailer: Life

Frances Winston found this film to be patchily-paced, but it does give some insight into the man who was James Dean  Directed by: Anton Corbijn – Starring: Robert Pattinson, Dane DeHaan, Ben Kingsley, Joel Edgerton It takes a brave actor to tackle an iconic figure such as James Dean. The movie legend, who died in a car […]