Tag Archive | IDGTF 2018
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 […]
The second & final week of IDGTF 2018 is now underway with a whole new range of shows until Saturday evening. To celebrate the IDGTF 2018 week 2 programme, they are giving a special offer for a limited number of shows for today (Tuesday) only. More details below. Week 2 Preview – LGBT youth, […]
Having said farewell to a programme of shows that have entertained across the city for the past seven days, Week Two of the world’s largest Gay Theatre Festival opened last night. (See upcoming events below). Through a programme carefully curated from over 100 submissions from every corner of the globe, contemporary stories of LGBT life […]
Week One of the IDGTF 2018 transitions into Week Two, with a FREE reading of a new play ‘Party Boy‘ by Irish playwright and author, Brian Merriman. The reading of the play is being held in the Teacher’s Club (upstairs) 36 Parnell Square West, Dublin, today, Sunday 13th May, and is based on a true […]
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.
IDGTF 2018 Box Office Now Open Festival 2018 starts in one week! With the International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival 2018 starting in just one week, the IDGTF Box Office is now open! Join them in Street 66, Parliament Street, Dublin, for bookings, Festival merchandise, and information: Pop in from 12-3pm Mon-Sat Phone: 00353 89 219 6898 […]
Welcome to the March/April 2018 issue of EILE Magazine! In this jam-packed issue, our music section features an interview with our own Sarah Sylvia, we have soul from Samuel J, and jazz from Darryl Yokley. We interview graphic designer-turned-author, Glenn Quigley, about his new LGBT-themed book, The Moth And The Moon, and in theatre, the […]