Tag Archive | Dublin
The LGBT Helpline, the national support service for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender people, is teaming up with eir to promote positive mental health at today’s Dublin Pride parade. The parade will commence at St. Stephen’s Green South at 2pm today (Sat. 24 June) finishing with a Pride Party in Smithfield Square, Dublin 7.
The wake service and funeral arrangements for Dr Ann Louise Gilligan, beloved wife of TD Katherine Zappone, have been finalised. Theologian Dr Gilligan passed away yesterday, 15th June, at St James Hospital in Dublin, after a short illness, in the care of the MISA team at the hospital. Her wife, Katherine, was by her side, […]
Three of Ireland’s top electronic acts come together for a once-off Dublin show on Saturday July 1st. In the intimate underground surroundings of Bello Bar, Catscars and Patrick Kelleher will offer exclusive tracks from their upcoming albums, alongside a live mix of Everything Shook’s recent critically-acclaimed debut album, Drinking About You. Drawing comparisons from Kraftwerk […]
Little Gem presents: ¡NO! + Ireland + Vomit Pouch Live at Jigsaw : Tonight Saturday June 10 2017 In anticipation of the new ¡NO! LP ‘Sediments‘. ¡NO! make “psychiatric music ÷ 3 x history²”. Roughly translatable as free-form improvisation beyond specific genres, but drawing on psychedelia, free jazz, post-punk, no wave, noise, krautrock, kosmische, electro-acoustic etc”. […]
The official trailer for Mark O’Connor’s gritty Dublin gangland feature, Cardboard Gangsters, has just been released. Cardboard Gangsters, which stars John Connors (King of the Travellers, Love/Hate), Fionn Walton (Out of Here, What Richard Did), and Kierston Wareing (Fish Tank, Eastenders) follows a group of wannabe gangsters, as they attempt to gain control of the drug […]
The National LGBT Federation (NXF), Ireland’s leading and oldest LGBT rights group, staged the largest-ever protest yesterday (Thursday 20th April) outside the Russian Embassy in Dublin, to protest the reported detention, torture and murder of gay men in Chechnya. Garda confirmed that over 200 people had attended the demonstration. Protest organiser Dearbhla Mealy said: “The […]