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 […]
Quintessence Theatre in association with An Táin Arts Centre, Dundalk 20-21 March, at 8.00pm Proudly Present CRACKS A powerful original play exploring mental illness in Ireland The Everyman, Cork Wednesday 20 – Thursday 21 March 2019 @ 8pm “I’m falling between the cracks in myself, and I don’t know how to crawl back out…” In this […]
Welcome to the January/February 2019 issue of EILE Magazine! This issue has a basket full of treats in store for you – like wonderful musical duo, Kismit from the US, Irish Country singer-songwriter Richard Mulligan, Birch, and Scott De Buitléir interviews Béar Féile favourite, Paul M, and we have some Béar Féile news too. Scott […]
Netflix has announced that Nightflyers, which was filmed at Troy Studios in Limerick, will launch in Ireland (and everywhere outside of US) on 1 February. Nightflyers follows eight maverick scientists, and a powerful telepath, who embark on an expedition to the edge of our solar system aboard The Nightflyer – a ship with a small tight-knit […]