Due to circumstances outside of IDGTF control, all performances of ‘Beautiful Friends
’ and ‘To Kill A Machine
’ have regrettably been cancelled. IDGTF apologises for any inconvenience caused. For any queries contact email@example.com
The good news is that they have added four new productions into the 2016 programme – more history makers, more comedy and more music!
‘McKenna’s Fort’ – the story of Roger Casement.
This exciting new addition to the programme looks at one of Ireland’s most controversial revolutionary figures and famous gay icons – Roger Casement.
Drawing on his own journals, letters and writings – as well as the infamous ‘Black Diaries’ this play has been described by critics as ‘powerful’, ‘thought-provoking’ with ‘an impressive and assured performance’.
May 2 – 7 @ 7:30pm; Matinees May 2 & 7 @ 2:30pm;
(Replaces ‘Beautiful Friends’ advertised in the brochure).
‘A Sacrilegious Lesbian and Homosexual Parade’ – a straight drummer accidentally becomes a gay rights activist in the fight for LGBT inclusion the New York St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Don’t miss this witty and highly original take on the parade.
Wed 4, Thu 5, Sat 7 May @ 9pm; €10 matinee Sat May 7 @ 4pm.
‘Seriously. Camp. Cabaret’ – for one night only cabaret and burlesque favourites underCURRENT bring you drag, cabaret, burlesque and live music, from Broadway and pop hits to obscure gems.
Fri May 6 @ 9pm.
– if you enjoyed the sell-out hit ‘Angela She Wrote: Lansbury the Musical’ in 2015 you’ll love this late-night drag and comedy show from GLAD Productions. Meet agony aunt Attracta Tension as she dishes out no nonsense replies – and songs – on life’s problems.
Fri May 13 & Sat May 14 @ 10:15pm.
For more information on IDGTF 2016 booking tickets and venues: