Dublin Pride 2019: Today to 30th June – Events & Parade!

Happy Pride! We know you’re all set for this year’s Dublin Pride, and hopefully the weather will settle down for the big day’s Parade, Saturday 29th June! The opening event is at 5pm today at the George, and below is a listing of events for Pride week:
Today, Thursday June 20th
5:00pm
The George, Great Georges Street, Dublin 1
6:00pm
10 Fownes Street, Dublin 2
Plaque unveiling ceremony
6:30pm
Teachers’ Club, 6 Parnell Square W, Rotunda, Dublin 1

The INTO LGBT+ Teachers’ Group: The return of the Different Families, Same Love competition for 2019.

Friday, June 21st

1:30pm
GPO, O’Connell Street, Dublin 1
7:30pm
Acres Road, Phoenix Park
The annual 5K run – Phoenix Park

Saturday, June 22nd

10:00am
Kilmainham Gaol, Kilmainham
Kilmainham Gaol tour about LGBT prisoners at Kilmainham
12:00pm
Outhouse, 105 Capel Street, Dublin 1.
Homo Conscious – Outhouse, Saturday, June 22nd from 12 – 6 p.m. Participants may choose between workshops such as conscious touch, breathwork, and more.
2:00pm
Tolka Park, Drumcondra, Dublin 3
Annual soccer match – Dublin LGBTQ Pride
3:00pm
The Irish Emigration Museum, Custom House Quay, Dublin 1
Emphasis on non-binary stories from the museum
3:00pm
Outhouse, 105 Capel Street, Dublin 1.
Speed friending event with Ireland’s most successful MeetUp group of LGBTQ+ women

Sunday, June 23rd

2:00pm
Cabbage Patch Park, Kevin St., Dublin 8
2:00pm
Cabbage Patch Park, Kevin St., Dublin 8
Balloon Modelling, Races, Face Painting, Magic Show, Music with DJ Ger, Egg & Spoon Race, Sack Race, Drag Race, and lots more!
3:00pm
Street 66, Parliament Street, Dublin 1
Event is open to all those that fall under the bi umbrella, and their friends and family.
3:00pm
The Irish Emigration Museum, Custom House Quay, Dublin 1
Discover Ireland through stories of people who left, highlighting non-binary stories from the museum
4:00pm
46 Mountjoy Square South, Dublin 1
Free mental health workshop entitled Insight Matters For Your Mental Health, with Dil Wickremasinghe and Anne Marie Toole

Monday, June 24th

1:15pm
Shaw Room, National Gallery of Ireland, Merrion Square, Dublin 2
Join Kate Drinane, of the Gallery’s Education team – free lunchtime talk about the life and work of Constance Markievicz and Eva Gore-Booth
2:30pm
National Gallery of Ireland, Merrion Square, Dublin 2
Join one of the Gallery’s tour guides for a free tour exploring LGBTQIA+ works in the Gallery’s permanent collection.
6:00pm
The Music Room, Christchurch Cathedral, Dublin 8
Ireland’s pioneering public figure whose challenge to the Irish state led to the decriminalisation of homosexuality, speaks about his life, work and being gay in 60s, 70s, 80s & 90s Ireland.
9:00pm
The George, Great Georges Street, Dublin 1
The George’s Monday drag game show: Win, Lose or Drag

Tuesday, June 25th

9:30am
The Radisson Blu Hotel, Golden Lane, Dublin 8
1:15pm
Prints & Drawings Reading Room, National Gallery of Ireland, Merrion Square, Dublin 2
Iain Wynne-Jones, Library and Archives team, gives a free lunchtime talk on William Orpen’s Portrait of the Vere Foster Family
2:30pm
National Gallery of Ireland, Merrion Square, Dublin 2
Join one of the Gallery’s highly trained tour guides for a free tour about the LGBTQIA+ works in the Gallery’s permanent collection.
7:00pm
Street 66, Parliament St., Dublin 2
Very suitable for drawing beginners
9:00pm
Pantibar, Capel Street, Dublin 1
Annual Ceílí with an LGBTQ twist!
10:30pm
The George, Great Georges Street, Dublin 1
Dolly Grip’s sensational show with famous songs from stage and screen

Wednesday, June 26th

1:15pm
Room 15, National Gallery of Ireland, Merrion Square, Dublin 2
Join Aoife Convery, one of the Gallery’s highly-trained tour guides, for a free lunchtime talk on the work of gay artists Patrick Scott and Gerard Dillon
1:15pm
Sports & Fittness Markievicz Centre, Luke St, Dublin 2.
Dublin City Council host these events with all proceeds going to BelongTo Youth services. They are open to all to attend. Classes are fun fitness, and cater for all levels. There are limited places available. Activities are open to all over 16 years of age to attend.
2:30pm
National Gallery of Ireland, Merrion Square, Dublin 2.
Join one of the Gallery’s highly trained tour guides for a free tour exploring the LGBTQIA+ works in the Gallery’s permanent collection.
6:30pm
CHQ, Custom House Quay, Dublin 1.
Adam Long with a panel of leading social and political thinkers, to debate how to advance LGBT equality, 50 years since the Stonewall Riots, and 40 years since the foundation of the National LGBT Federation in Ireland.
7:00pm
Outhouse, 105 Capel Street, Dublin 1.
Join Girls Night In for a special screening of ‘Outitude’ a documentary on Irish Lesbian herstories. Director Sonya Mulligan and Producer Geraldine Moane will be in attendance.
8:00pm
Sports & Fitness Markievicz Centre, Luke St, Dublin 2
Dublin City Council host these events with all proceeds going to BelongTo Youth services.
11:00pm
The George, Great Georges Street, Dublin 1
Veda Lady presents an all-star pole-dancing show.

Thursday, June 27th

1:15pm
Portrait Gallery, National Gallery of Ireland, Merrion Square, Dublin 2
Join Stephen Doyle, contemporary artist who features in the Gallery’s Zurich Portrait Prize 2018, for a free lunchtime talk on contemporary Queer art in Ireland.
2:30pm
National Gallery of Ireland, Merrion Square, Dublin 2
Join one of the Gallery’s tour guides for a free tour exploring the LGBTQIA+ works in the Gallery’s permanent collection.
6:00pm
Ballyroan Library, Rathfarnham, Dublin 14, D14 XY75.
Free screening of the LGBTQ+ film.
7:00pm
The Tara Building, 11-15 Tara Street, Dublin 2
Join Dublin Lesbian Line in the The Tara Building for a night of activism and empowerment, as they launch the findings from the first ever Irish research project into sexual harassment of LGBTQIA+ Women*, featuring music from Molly Sterling and other guests.
8:00pm
Parade Tower, Kilkenny Castle, Kilkenny
This talk by Lori Moriarty, Laois County Library, will explore the story of the Ladies of Llangollen, two aristocratic women who left the homes of their families at Kilkenny Castle and Woodstock House, to build a life together in romantic solitude in Wales.
9:00pm
Street 66, Parliament St. Dublin 2
Aoife Nic Canna & Kate Brennan Harding on the decks.
11:00pm
The George, Great Georges Street, Dublin 1
Davina Devine and her very glamorous girls will be at The George for Thirsty Thursday, slaying the stage for your entertainment from 11 pm.

Friday, June 28th

1:15pm
Room 2, National Gallery of Ireland, Merrion Square, Dublin 2
Join Jennifer Duffy, from the Gallery, for a free lunchtime talk on the work of French artist Rosa Bonheur.
2:30pm
National Gallery of Ireland, Merrion Square, Dublin 2.
Join one of the Gallery’s tour guides for a free tour exploring the LGBTQIA+ works in the Gallery’s permanent collection.
6:00pm
Dublin City Council Amphitheater
Fun fitness event with all proceeds going to BelongTo Youth services.
8:00pm
Outhouse, 105 Capel Street, Dublin 1.
Pride events can be full of fun and laughter. For those of us with alcohol issues however, Pride events can be testing. Anyone who may have a concern about their drinking may come to an open public meeting of the LGBT Group of Alcoholics Anonymous.
9:00pm
52 Middle Abbey St, North City, Dublin 1
In association with Dublin Bear Pride – featuring DJ El Styra
9:00pm
The George, Great Georges Street, Dublin 1
With GOK WAN
10:00pm
Street 66, Parliament St., Dublin 2
Pixie Woo and guests from 10pm, 80s and 90s disco hits mixed with all time Pop classics
11:30pm
The Workman’s Club, Dublin 2
Ireland’s biggest drag haus, Mockie Ah, bring their Vogue Ball to Dublin this Pride!

Saturday, June 29th

10:00am
Outhouse, 105 Capel Street, Dublin 1
Annual Pride Breakfast
11:00am
Outhouse, 105 Capel Street, Dublin 1
Their cosy library will become a friendly space for you to make new connections and meet people you can enjoy the day with.
12:00pm
The George, Great Georges Street, Dublin 1
Join The George to celebrate until the early AM.
12:00pm
Street 66, Parliament St. Dublin 2
Street 66 Pride party, all day long
12:00pm
Merrion Sq., Dublin.
LGBT+ outdoor Pride Village, Family zone, Pride Main Stage – specials guests and performers, for all the family, food vendors, community areas, Pride shop, face painters, children play area etc.
12:30pm
Parnell Square, Dublin 1
Join the Dublin Bears at the Dublin Pride Parade
1:00pm -The Main Event!
O’Connell Street to Merrion Square
2019 Dublin Pride Parade – assembling 12 noon – Parade starting 1.00pm
2:00pm
North Strand St., Dublin 1
PANTIBAR’S FREE ALL-DAY PRIDE STREET PARTY
3:00pm
Outhouse, 105 Capel Street, Dublin 1
Celebrate with Outhouse after the parade at their annual post-parade party hosted by GOLD (A Non-alcohol event).
4:00pm
National Museum of Ireland, Arran Quay, Dublin 1
Saturday, June 29th
4:00pm
Jack Nealons, Capel St, Dublin 1.
Celebrating 10 years of Pride in Jack Nealon’s, Auntie El returns for her annual marathon of classic camp pop, queer disco, thumping hi-NRG (and whatever else takes her fancy after seven gin & tonics).
4:00pm
Commercial Rowing Club (Longmeadows, Islandbridge, Dublin 8 – near to Phoenix Park)
The Rio Brazilian Party is coming on the 29th June for its Gay Pride Edition. 
7:00pm
Vicar Street, Dublin 7
Dublin Drag Queens, Victoria Secret and Davina Devine, return with their annual ‘Pride POP-Up Party’.
8:00pm
Lost Lane, Dublin
Curated by Lost & Sound Subversive Cabaret From Belfast’s Queertopia, Special Guests Kate Brennan Harding & Claire Beck Lost & Sound ’til late. Lost Lane Is Proud to support Dublin Pride and LGBTQ+ community organisations.
9:00pm
Adelphi, 52 Middle Abbey St, North City, Dublin 1
Dublin Bear Pride with DJ Martin McCann
10:00pm
Bad Bobs,Temple Bar, Dublin 2
Pride LADYZ party at Bad Bobs
10:00pm
Tramline, 21 D’Olier St. Dublin 2
10:00pm
Opium, Wexford Street, Dublin 2.
11:00pm
The Sound House Eden Quay, Dublin 1
Techno night
Sunday, June 30th
12:00pm
Profile Dublin, 21 D’Olier Street, Dublin 2
Partnership with MALE Party Cologne as they bring their WORLD TOUR to Dublin for the first time, with an amazing International DJ line-up
2:30pm
National Gallery of Ireland, Merrion Square, Dublin 2
Free tour exploring the LGBTQIA+ works in the Gallery’s permanent collection
9:00pm
The George, Great Georges Street, Dublin 1
End Pride week with celebrations – Bingo with Shirley Temple Bar turns 22
10:00pm
Farrier & Drape, 59 William Street South, Dublin 2
At Farrier & Draper on South William St, Sunday 30th June – 3 fabulous rooms upstairs, and basement for even more […]

Monday, July 1st

7:30pm
Teacher’s Club, 36 Parnell Square West, Dublin
A thought-provoking play about the past, infused, as you’d expect from the writer of Hairspray and Kinky Boots

Saturday, July 6th

2:00pm
Garden of Remembrance, Dublin 1
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