Tag Archive | Brian Merriman
The world’s largest Gay Theatre Festival will commence this Sunday, as five venues across the city become home to the best gay theatre has to offer, celebrating a century of LGBT heroes. “1916 – Because Freedom is Personal” a free academic seminar detailing the forgotten role LGBT people and women played in 1916 kicks off […]
Brian Merriman, the founder of the International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival, and the Mr Gay Ireland competition, has been interviewed in a brand new podcast series about community leaders in Ireland and the UK. The RADAR Podcast is a new series by EILE’s Founder & Editor-at-Large, Scott De Buitléir, where the spotlight is cast on […]
Only 4 performances left to catch the brand new play! Don’t Miss: Wretched Little Brat By Brian Merriman A tale of persecuted love, scandal and conflict – the fascinating true story of Oscar Wilde’s lovers. Tickets from http://www.gaytheatre.ie or on the door at the Seán O’Casey Theatre, East Wall Road, Dublin. ★★★★
The International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival proudly presents the world premiere of Wretched Little Brat by Brian Merriman For one week only… a tale of persecuted love, scandal and conflict – the fascinating true story of Oscar Wilde’s lovers.
Unpacking Wildean stereotypes in post-referendum Ireland: New play exploring ‘Bosie’ Douglas’ story, opens next month “Wretched Little Brat”, a new play about the lovers of Oscar Wilde, premieres in Dublin at the Sean O’Casey Theatre, East Wall, Dublin 3, on November 16th and runs until November 21st.
It is with deep sadness and shock that I learned of the sudden passing of my dear friend Charl Van Den Berg aged 33 in hospital in South Africa today (August 7th). I first met Charl when I chaired the judges panel and he was crowned Mr Gay South Africa 2009. I was founding African […]
TOSOS (The Other Side of Silence), New York City’s oldest professional LGBT theatre, returned to the International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival for the third time, with Kathleen Warnock’s “The Further Adventures of…” on Monday, May 4 at Players Theatre, Trinity College. The play runs through Saturday, May 9. Tickets are available at the theatre and at […]