Tag Archive | Arts
Frances Winston reviews the multifaceted show as part of the Tiger Dublin Fringe The Samuel Beckett Theatre, Trinity College Runs from September 11th–14th @ 6.30pm; matinee Saturday 13th @ 1pm Tickets €15/13 Suitable for 16+ From the imagination of Áine Stapleton and Emma Fitzgerald comes this multimedia music and dance experience. Even prior to opening […]
Lime Pictures, producers of the popular British soap drama, Hollyoaks, are currently looking for transgender actors to take part in the show. Trans people with a passion for acting, whether they have previous professional experience or not, are invited to get in touch.
The 11th International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival was launched last night with an event in the stylish Oak Room in the Mansion House, home of Lord Mayor of Dublin, Cllr Oisín Quinn. Mr Quinn was joined by Senator David Norris, Festival Chairman Brian Merriman and Tony Award-winning director, Patrick Mason at the launch event, with […]
Last Friday evening, the Front Lounge on Dublin’s Parliament Street saw the launch of their new art exhibition, titled ‘Sappho in Dublin’. Running until September 22, the new exhibition is a collection of unmodified photography, and was launched by Maria Walsh (pictured left), lead singer of local jazz band, Zrazy. The Exhibition brings to light […]
The fantastic Metropolitan Arts Centre better known as the MAC, has announced its programme of 25 new shows for autumn, with some brilliant productions from Northern Ireland and further afield coming to the heart of Belfast’s Cathedral Quarter.
As part of the 10 Days In Dublin festival, Matthew J. Anthony will be performing on July 7 at the Smock Alley Theatre with The Gospel According to Matthew J. Anthony. Tickets are €10 and all artists’ proceeds go directly to TENI. Tickets can be bought in advance via the 10 Days in Dublin website.
Lewis Robert Cameron enjoys the buzz at London Collections: Men, and finds it’s over too soon They say good things come to those who wait, great things however are over far too quickly. My time at London Collections: Men this week is a fine example, as I was privileged to attend London’s three day men’s […]
Since our launch on April 8, EILE Magazine has striven to provide our readers with daily news, opinions and entertainment for and by the LGBT community. Recently, we enhanced that service by launching our podcasts and the first of our digital issues (June) and we’re about to take one more measure to ensure that EILE is […]
To celebrate National Coming Out Day in October, Acting Out, the LGBT drama group has been commissioned by the National Lesbian and Gay Federation to produce a piece on the theme of coming out. National Coming Out Day has been created to recognise how important the coming out process still is in terms of the […]