Below is a statement from the Drogheda Arts Festival Committee: “In light of the high level of uncertainty about the Covid-19 pandemic, Drogheda Arts Festival will be postponed from the planned April and May dates until later in the year. Some international acts have been deferred until 2021, however, the majority of Irish artists and […]
Kerry Pride have announced that, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, they are regrettably postponing their parade and festival. Their focus is on ensuring that everyone stays safe and well, which means staying home, washing hands regularly, practising physical distancing on the occasions you do need to leave home, and following the latest guidelines from healthcare […]
Organisations running LGBT+ Pride marches around the world have joined forces to hold the first online Global Pride event in June after hundreds of real-life gatherings were shelved due to the coronavirus pandemic. Global Pride will be live-streamed on June 27, starting with East Asia, Australia and New Zealand and moving through timezones to the western United […]
We have this important annoucement in from the IDGTF 2020 Festival Executive: “In light of the Covid-19 pandemic, sadly, the Festival Executive formally announces its decision not to hold the 17th edition of the International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival as planned. It is with heavy heart that we have made the difficult decision of postponing […]
Review By Frances Winston William Shatner Live on Stage March 10th 2019, Bord Gáis Energy Theatre William Shatner needs no introduction. As a pop culture icon for over five decades, most people have encountered his work at some point. In recent years, he has gained a whole new cult following, thanks to his witty and […]
The 17th edition of the International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival is just a couple of months away, and that can only mean one thing: It is time for the annual pub quiz! On Thursday, 19 March at 8.00pm at Street 66, another night of tricky questions, great prizes, and lots of fun!
A wide-eyed stranger alights from a country train. The destination: Mr Knott’s house. The mission: to serve. Samuel Beckett’s wit and wisdom combine in the story of a nomadic manservant in the house of his unseen master. Written as a novel, while Beckett waited in the south of France for the Second World War to […]