Review By Frances Winston Killing Grandad The New Theatre, 43 East Essex Street, Dublin 2 7.30pm nightly until 14th March – €18 Unless you are a huge fan of Irish mythology, you may not have heard of Balor of the Evil Eye, and his grandson, Lugh, on whose story this play is based.
Welcome to the January/ February 2020 issue of EILE Magazine! Weatherwise, it hasn’t turned out to be a great New Year, and the Coronavirus hasn’t helped, but when you see what EILE has in store for you, you’ll cheer up no end! Musicwise, we feature Nico Grund, Ventresca, Hawktail, and a Supergrass review by Frances […]
From ‘kings who were queens’ to lesbian lawmakers and reformist governments, Britain’s history is awash with LGBT+ characters – and tourists want to know about them. As Britain marks LGBT History Month, its parliament has increased the number of tours dedicated to the hidden history of LGBT lives, in response to unprecedented demand.
The submissions for the 17th edition of the International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival are now all in! A total of 60 plays were submitted, with a record of 23 Irish plays – their highest number yet. The work for Artistic Director, Brian Merriman, can now begin; putting together the programme for the […]
A bisexual British veteran, who was kicked out of the navy because of his sexuality, is set to become the first of many to get his medals back, and an apology from the British military for the way he was treated. Joe Ousalice, 68, had served for almost 18 years as a radio operator, when […]
Frances Winston reviews this drama about the early days of the Irish Gay Rights Movement in the 80s Faultline 11 Parnell Square East, Dublin 1 Runs until December 1st – Tickets €15-28 Shows run nightly Tuesday-Sunday, 8pm and 9.30pm 5.30pm shows every Friday and Saturday. No shows on Mondays. Recommended for audiences of 16+ This […]
https://www.thirteen.org/programs/nyc-arts/nyc-arts-choice-art-after-stonewall-19691989-xztjr4/ This video (link above) beautifully showcases the powerful artworks in ‘Art after Stonewall, 1969-1989’, which now leaves New York to headline Art Basel season in Miami (until January 5). This unprecedented survey of LGBT+ art-making, from the first two decades following the Stonewall Riots, features 200 works, including art by Warhol, Arbus, Chicago, Wong, […]