Tag Archive | Gay Theatre
IDGTF 2018 is now into the final weekend of the this year’s festival. Don’t miss your last chances to see the hit shows of week 2, with all shows ending on Saturday, May 19th! The week 2 programme features youth and sexuality, genius, LGBT history, family and much more, including Women’s Shorts, and the stunning ‘Memories We […]
IDGTF 2018 has begun! Monday Matinees Today! The IDGTF 2018 week 1 programme starts today, Bank Holiday Monday, with €10 matinees from 2:30pm and evening shows from 7:30pm.
Important update from IDGTF 2018: “Our table quiz has been moved to Wednesday March 7th (from March 1st). This is for safety reasons, due to the expected bad weather in Dublin over the next few days. “The other details remain the same – Street 66, Parliament Street at 8pm, with lots of great prizes! “We are […]
The breadth and profile of the community of LGBTQ playwrights around the world is outstanding. Many of these individuals are national heroes, cultural icons and literary giants. The wide diversity and popularity of LGBTQ playwrights reflects the community as a whole and attests to the universality and range of sexual orientations, both throughout history and […]
After a busy week 1, IDGTF 2017 is into the second (and final) week of IDGTF 2017. Boxers, gangsters, lovers, teenagers, immigrants, drag queens – the week 2 programme has it all! Starts this evening from 7:30pm and runs until Saturday evening. Our main box office and online booking open: SpireVision, 5 O’Connell St Upper, Dublin […]
Festival 2017 starts in less than 2 weeks, with tickets already selling strongly online, and at the IDGTF Box Office on O’Connell Street, opening next week. As we count down to May 1st, we take a look at a strong and varied programme of plays by or about women. These extraordinary stories should not be […]
Frances Winston really enjoyed The Ref, one of the offerings from the International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival 2016 The Ref, The Pearse Centre, 27 Pearse Street, Dublin 2 Until May 7th. 7.30pm nightly with a matinee on Saturday 7th at 2.30pm Tickets €15/13 The Marriage Equality Referendum of 2015 was one of the biggest political […]