The second week of the 16th International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival is almost drawing to its close! Saturday night will see the last performances, and the IDGTF hold their annual Gala Night on Sunday, 19 May at 8.00pm.
Book your tickets HERE! Don’t forget their €10 Saturday matinees tomorrow at 2:30pm & 4pm.
MISS FURR AND MISS SKEENE
An enactment of Getrude Stein’s famous poem – the ‘gayest’ poem ever written?
Written by Gertrude Stain, adapted by Lynn C Miller; Directed by Margaret Van Sant
GERTRUDE STEIN AND A COMPANION
An insight into the relationship of two extraordinary, visionary women – Gertrude Stein & Alice B Toklas.
Written by Win Wells by special arrangement with Samuel French, LTD; directed by Christopher Weare
A lesbian couple face up to hidden tensions in their relationship.
Written by Carlyn Gage; Directed by Amelia Cain
A remarkable work of drama & physical theatre about the connection between an older & younger man.
Written by Brett Dahl; Directed by Jay Whitehead
A remarkable piece of story-telling about a HIV diagnosis and modern gay life.
Written by Alan Flanagan; Directed by Dan Hutton
THE LITTLE PINK BOOK OF MASCULINITY
A tongue-in-cheek look at what it means to be a man.
Written and directed by John Best
THE MEASURE OF A MAN
A personal, humorous & honest perspective on male sexuality.
Written by Gavin Roach; Directed by Lauren Hopley
Enter the raffle and you could win 3 nights B&B at Kilkea Castle, Co Kildare,
*You can buy raffle tickets at one of the IDGTF venues before and after the shows.
Have you spotted the gorgeous ads on a Dublin Bus yet?
Take a selfie with the IDGTF bus ad, share it on social media with #GayTheatre2019, and be in chance to win two tickets*.
*By posting a selfie on their social media, you give them the right to publish your photos.
On Sunday 19 May, we end our festival with our Gala Awards Night.
The Gala Awards Night is the highlight of the Festival, where they close the curtains on two packed weeks of theatre with a range of festival highlights, musical acts, and prestigious ‘Oscar’ Festival Awards.
A celebration of theatre, the creativity and talents of participants, and the hard work of volunteers; it’s not to be missed.