The Cork Hellhounds Rugby Club was founded this month in association with the Gay Project, and training has begun already with a mixture of new and experienced players.
Two By Two: Overboard! arrives at Irish cinemas this October Pack your bags and get ready to set sail on the ark with all creatures great and small, as families dive back into cinemas with the release of swashbuckling adventure, Two By Two: Overboard! Noah’s ark drifts on the open seas, with best friends Finny and […]
Lorcan Finnegan’s sci-fi thriller, Vivarium, starring The Social Network’s Jesse Eisenberg and Green Room’s Imogen Poots, and written by Garret Shanley, will open in Irish cinemas on 27th March. During their search for the perfect home, Gemma (Poots) and Tom (Eisenberg) find themselves trapped in a mysterious labyrinth-like suburban neighbourhood named Yonder. All attempts to escape […]
An Irish transgender couple, Victoria and Max, are featured in a new documentary, TRAS, by Midas Productions Tabú, TG4, at 9.30pm, 26th February 2020, on TG4. It was produced by Ann Ní Chíobháin, and directed by Medb Johnstone. TRAS is the story of young Irish transgender couple, (both 21-years-old) Max and Victoria, the obstacles they […]
Welcome to the November/December 2019 issue of EILE Magazine! Well, it’s nearly all over for 2019! We hope you had a good year, and we can’t wait to see what 2020 has in store! Meanwhile, just sit back, relax, and read our Nov-Dec edition of EILE Magazine. We have music features on Nadia Vaeh, Arielle […]
EILE’s founder, Scott De Buitléir, reacts to yesterday’s news of impending changes at RTÉ, recalling a once-promising era of LGBT radio
Frances Winston gives us a run-down on what we can expect from Culture Night this year, with some great events for the LGBTQ community! From humble beginnings in 2006, Culture Night has grown to become an annual institution that sees cultural activities, venues, tours, and one-off events open to the public totally gratis for one […]
We’re giving one lucky reader a chance to see A Day in May at the Pavilion Theatre in Dún Laoghaire.
Hidden away up several flights of stairs in the centre of Belfast, Northern Ireland, teenagers, many of them with shocks of red, blue and rainbow hair, relaxed and joked with one another. At the LGBT+ youth group, run by charity Cara-Friend, they felt themselves to be among friends, free to be themselves. But outside, the […]