Tag Archive | Derry
All 6 episodes of Derry Girls Season 1 are now on Netflix in Ireland. Derry Girls is the hilarious comedy series from acclaimed writer, Lisa McGee, who has mined her own experiences to create a candid, one-of-a-kind, family-centred comedy, set against the spectre of The Troubles in Northern Ireland.
On EILE’s music slot today, we are delighted to feature SHE IS, the latest single from rising Northern Irish artist and LGBTQ activist, Susie blue, an Indie-Pop-Rocker hailing from Derry, with her distinctive gay indie-pop vibe. Permeated with a ‘spirit of the 90s’ indie sound, and noughties’ synths, SHE IS is DIY retro at its […]
Final preparations are being made for the annual 21st Foyle Gay Pride Festival in Derry~Londonderry, taking place from today, August 20, until Saturday, August 24. Shá Gillespie, chairperson of the festival, explained that not only is Foyle Pride a celebration of the LGBT community, but also an important cultural event for the entire city:
The team at GLYNI have launched a new video to reach out to LGBTQ young people living in Northern Ireland, raising awareness of the youth project that is part of the region’s oldest and largest LGBT volunteer organisation, Cara-Friend.
Members of Derry’s LGBT community came together yesterday evening to show their solidarity with and support for their LGBT friends in Uganda, in protest at the horrific anti-gay laws that could be passed with the simple signature of President Yoweri Museveni.
Cities across Ireland, north and south, bore witness to several protests by the LGBT community against Russia’s anti-gay laws, coinciding with the launch of the Sochi Winter Olympics. Several protests by the LGBT community and other human rights supporters look place in Dublin, Belfast, Limerick, Galway and Derry, showing solidarity with the LGBT community in Russia, […]
The activist who raised a rainbow flag behind Northern Ireland’s Minister for Health, Edwin Poots, (previously reported by EILE here) at an event in Derry City, has spoken to EILE Magazine. Shá Gillespie, the Derry-based LGBT rights campaigner and former chair of Foyle Pride, spoke of her reasons behind the protest: