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Just One Week to Go Main Box Office Now Open Free Seminar Less that one week to go until Festival 2017, which starts next Sunday. Not sure what to see? The main box office is now open: SpireVision, 5 O’Connell St Upper, Dublin 1 (Mon-Sat 12-5pm)
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 […]
Love, Desire and Hidden Passions at IDGTF 2017 As the International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival uncovers hidden desires and passions, things are about to get very dramatic! Their heroes and heroines are exploring their deepest desires and passions in 2017. Passionate friends and lovers, break-ups, questioning ‘straight’ men, young desires, fighters and hidden secrets – the IDGTF […]
IDGTF 2017 is on its way! Annual Table Quiz Wednesday, March 15th The International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival (IDGTF) 2017 are working hard putting the finishing touches to their 2017 programme, which will be announced in late March.
Welcome to the first issue of EILE Magazine for 2017! In our January issue, our music section features pop/rock singer-songwriter, Spencer Anthony, and alt/rock duo, Primal Static. We feature a tribute to George Michael, from Scott De Buitléir, remembering that he gave courage to so many LGBT people, apart from his wonderful music, and Scott also writes a […]
Couples + Pairs /2/, the second in a series of short plays and songs, all with love and relationships as a theme, opens soon at the Theatre Upstairs. This entertaining and thought-provoking evening of original short plays, by exciting new and emerging Irish writers, is the second show by Blue Heart in association with Theatre […]
Murder of Crows Theatre Upstairs, Eden Quay, Dublin 1 until December 17th Monday – Saturday @ 7pm, Wednesday and Saturday matinee @1pm Tickets €12/10 Writer, Lee Coffey, set the bar pretty high with his last work, Leper & Chip, which was hugely acclaimed. This tale also deals with young delinquents, but here he does away […]