Tag Archive | Dublin
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 […]
The queens of RuPaul’s Drag Race will unleash their own brand of hilarity and hijinks upon the world this Summer, with the RUPAUL’S DRAG RACE WERQ THE WORLD 2017 tour, coming to Dublin’s Olympia Theatre on June 1st (List of Tour Dates and Venues below). Hosted by Bianca Del Rio, Michelle Visage and Shangela, the […]
This morning, we feature Irish artist Elaine Mai in our Friday music slot. Elaine has been crafting a reputation for atmospheric and melodic electronic music over the years. Her upcoming release sees her continue her exploration into remixing by re-imagining Liza Flume’s track Sheets. It showcases her skill for lilting harmonies and storytelling through rhythm and repetition. The […]
This morning in our music slot, we feature the great new track, All These Hours, from Dublin/Kilrush/Carlow alternative rock band, Swords. Swords is a three-piece band made up of Diane Anglim, Ian Frawley, and Jarlath Canning. All These Hours is the fourth single from their album Tidal Waves, and features Anglim’s light, soaring vocal […]
The Dublin Bears present Dumb Blonde, featuring The Dolly Parton Experience – Sarah Jayne’s Tribute Act Show. Thursday, March 2nd, at 8pm in The George Bar, Georges Street, Dublin 2. Admission only €10! Don’t forget that all proceeds go to a great cause, Gay Switchboard Ireland, and you’ll enjoy the night as well!
Glória are celebrating their 21st anniversary on Saturday 4th March in the Alexander Hotel, Fenian Street, Dublin 2. They are hosting a glitzy Gala celebration, and would like you to join them. It is a dress to impress evening! It promises to be a very enjoyable evening with lots of performances and some […]
And Then There Were None – Review By Frances Winston Smock Alley Theatre 1662, 6-7 Exchange Street Lower, Temple Bar, Dublin 8, until 28th January @ 8pm, Tickets €15/12 It is quite brave of No Drama, an amateur dramatic group, to take on a story like And Then There Were None. This is possibly one of Agatha […]