Tag Archive | Pride
We know we gave you the line-up for Galway Pride at Club GASS for Friday 11th and Saturday 12th August (yesterday on EILE) but just to remind you, we feature this poster which says it all, and don’t forget Mr Pussy is the special guest for the event. Miss Kiki St Clair will play the hostess […]
To celebrate Pride this year, Irish Deliveroo customers may notice a colourful change to their normal service. The on-demand delivery service will be re-branding as Deloveroo for the duration of Pride. The festival’s iconic rainbow colours will replace Deliveroo’s customary teal palette – with the app, Deliveroo’s social profiles and website getting a colourful rebrand.
The official launch of Mullingar Pride, a new group serving the interests of Mullingar’s LGBT+ population, was held last Friday, 30th September, in YoYo Youth Café in Columb Barracks, Mullingar. The colorful event was well attended by locals, and the local LGBT community, with support coming from national groups like GLEN, TENI and the National […]
Minister Katherine Zappone, Anna Nolan and Brendan Courtney to participate in launch of LGBT Helpline/eir Pride partnership A new partnership between the LGBT Helpline and leading telecommunications company eir will be launched by Katherine Zappone TD, Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, this coming Monday, 13th June, at 12.15pm at eir Headquarters, 1 […]
The Dublin Pride Parade route has been confirmed! The Dublin Pride Festival kicked off in elegant and musical style recently at Dublin City Hall, as the capital’s lesbian & gay choir, Glória, opened the Pride Launch event with great panache! After Dublin Pride Chairperson, Jason Flynn, officially welcomed the crowd to the event, Minister for […]
It’s 1984 in London, Mark Ashton (Ben Schnetzer) is watching a news bulletin featuring union leader, Arthur Scargill discussing the ongoing miners strike. Ashton notices the parallels between the treatment of the miners and his own situation, so begins a collection to support the miners. His group would go on to be the largest supporters […]
In a country where homosexuality was banned again only last December by the Supreme Court, having been decriminalised in 2009, hundreds marched in a Pride Parade yesterday (Sunday 30th November) and it passed off peacefully.