In this jam-packed issue, our music section features an interview with our own Sarah Sylvia, we have soul from Samuel J, and jazz from Darryl Yokley.
We interview graphic designer-turned-author, Glenn Quigley, about his new LGBT-themed book, The Moth And The Moon, and in theatre, the North-West of Ireland are preparing for their LGBT drama festival, Where We Are Now 2018. The amazing IDGTF 2018 have also released their programme of events, including Let Me Look At You and Passing On, and the Dublin Dance Festival women’s rights project Wrongheaded is also featured this month. Lisa Reynolds reviews the film short, A-OK about asexuality, and also gives a retro-review on hip-hop artist, Katastrophe.
In our health section, Brian Rochford writes about making it easier on ourselves to stop smoking, the force that is Frances Winston reviews great film, theatre and music events, and our fashion feature is about transitional clothing to take you from the colder weather into the hopefully milder weather to come. And if it doesn’t arrive, you can go on a cruise!
All this plus news, views and entertainment in abundance, so we hope you enjoy this March/April 2018 issue of EILE Magazine!
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