This morning, EILE is delighted to feature a great new track from LA-based all-girl band, No Small Children (or as they call themselves, a band). NSC formed in 2012, and their latest single, I’m So Concerned, is from their fourth album, What Do The Kids Say?
The band is made up of elementary school-teachers, who decided to start a band while on recess duty in the playground – guitarist and singer, Lisa Pimentel, drummer, Nicola Berlinsky, and bass player and singer, Joanie Pimentel.
Sounding very like a protest song, with edgy lyrics against a background of almost orchestral instrumental, it’s an earworm that stays with you long after you’ve finished listening, and you may feel compelled to play it again! Enjoy!
To catch up with No Small Children, visit:
Taking Me Over is the latest single from Pop/Rock/Soul Californian band, OCNSIDE (David Dennis and Tony Aguiar) and one that brings good feelings and Summer haze with it. The upbeat feel-good track will leave you feeling all is right with the world, “I still believe me and you are never gonna end” and when the pared back verse goes into the full sound upbeat chorus, you already want to sing along with it. Have a listen and see what you think!
To listen to the track on Spotify, or to buy it on iTunes or Amazon, go to:
Image: Luca Truffarelli
Assisted Solo – a new, multi-layered, personal dance piece by Company Philip Connaughton at the Dublin Fringe Festival from 7 to 15 September 2018, with a performance at the Everyman, Cork, on 22 September, 2018
Company Philip Connaughton presents
In partnership with Project Arts Centre and in association with The Everyman
Three performers dance their memories and hopes in this raw allegory of life. It’s about people using whatever they can to make their own perfect dance. It’s not always clear who’s assisting who.
Assisted Solo is a new, multi-layered, personal dance piece by acclaimed choreographerperformer, Philip Connaughton, his long-time collaborator, Lucia Kickham, and French punk dance artist, Magali Caillet-Gajan. Continue Reading »
Lance Daly’s epic feature Black 47 has been announced for the Toronto International Film Festival where it will receive its North American premiere on Tuesday 11th September. It now joins Steve McQueen’s, Widows, Damien Chazelles’ Neil Armstrong movie, First Man and Bradley Cooper’s directorial debut, A Star is Born, in the line-up.
The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) is regarded as one of the world’s most renowned film festivals and is generally seen as an early indicator of Oscar-worthy films. Irish films that screened at TIFF and continued on to Oscar success include Lenny Abrahamson’s Room, John Crowley’sBrooklyn and Nora Twomey’s The Breadwinner while international titles include La La Land, The King’s Speech, 12 Years a Slave, Silver Linings Playbook and Argo. Continue Reading »
First off a big congratulations to all those who competed in the gay games, including the Cork Rebels and all the people from Cork who travelled to Paris for this fantastic event.
We have a few events coming up this week:
A recycling Workshop in the Cork Gay Project tonight, Wednesday, August 15th, from 7-9pm.
Free Rapid HIV Testing:
Our KnowNow testing team will be on hand from on Thursday, August 16th, 6 – 8 PM for free rapid HIV testing. One minute results.
#KnowNow #HIV #SexualHealth
1-6pm in the Cork Gay Project, 4 South Terrace.
For anyone who wants to:
– pop in for tea and chat
– pick up some free condoms & lube
– just hangout
What else is going on?
We need your help and support! We want to create a new dedicated space for the LGBT community in Cork in the form of a pop up cafe. To do this we need to raise money for furniture, equipment and LGBT resources. Please give what you can to support our community – no donation is too small or too large!
Sebastian Barry attending our LGBT+ Bookclub:
Our monthly bookclub is meeting on August 30th in the city library at 7:30pm and we are very privileged to have Sebastian Barry, author of the book of the month “Days Without End” joining us. Copies of the book can be borrowed from the Gay Project’s Community Centre.
Image: Eivind Hansen
“None of us have simple stories. We are as complex as all of the things that have been done to us.” – Alok Vaid Menon
The Transgender Equality Network Ireland (TENI) are hosting an exclusive live event tonight, Wednesday, 15th August, 7 pm, at JaJa Studios, Stoneybatter, featuring internationally renowned gender non-conforming performance artist, *Alok Vaid-Menon. They will be performing a live show based around trans and non-binary identities. Continue Reading »
Joko Widodo, Indonesia’s president, left, with Ma’ruf Amin, top Islamic cleric and vice presidential candidate – Image: hrw
The decision by Indonesian President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo to select Ma’ruf Amin as his vice-presidential running mate in the 2019 presidential election, raises questions about Jokowi’s commitment to improve human rights protection for all Indonesians, according to Human Rights Watch.
Amin, who has been the chairman of Indonesia’s Ulama Council (Majelis Ulama Indonesia, or MUI), and leader of the Nahdlatul Ulama since 2015, has played a pivotal role in fuelling worsening discrimination against the country’s religious and gender minorities. Continue Reading »