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Review by Frances Winston Revolting Women – A Rebel Cabaret Part of the International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival The Teachers Club, 36 Parnell Square West Dublin 1 Runs until May 11th at 7.30pm nightly Matinee Saturday 11th at 4pm If ever a show did what it says on the tin, it’s this one. It’s a […]
The 16th International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival has kicked off. Officially! Book your tickets now, and see matinee shows (Saturday at 2.30pm and 4.00pm) at a discounted price!
This week the IDGTF highlights plays that look at the diverse lives and loves of gay women from around the globe. IDGTF are proud to give a platform to amazing female artists and to present their stories. They are heart-wrenching, provocative, hilarious, and louder than ever! Want to win tickets to some of these fantastic […]
The 16th International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival, Ireland’s most exciting and diverse theatre festival, returns to the capital from May 6th to 19th, kicking off the summer season with 21 world class performances from the four corners of the world, across 5 Stages, for two glorious weeks this May. The festival, the largest LGBT+ theatre […]
The International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival 2019 are really excited to share their upcoming festival plays with you. You can book your tickets now for these award-winning, engaging, hilarious, and provocative productions! They are also looking for volunteers to help make this year’s festival a roaring success! For more information, please click here to view the […]
The 10th edition of Live Collision International Festival (LCIF2019), Ireland’s leading live arts festival, will take over the Project Arts Centre in Dublin, from 24 until 27 April, 2019. Featuring 18 eclectic events, including 15 Irish Premieres and 2 World Premieres by 38+ groundbreaking artists from across Europe, the UK and Ireland, the programme includes […]
National Theatre Wales are delighted to announce an island of Ireland tour of ‘Cotton Fingers’, written by award-winning writer, Rachel Trezise, and starring Northern Irish actor, Amy Molloy. This timely, politically-charged production, written during the referendum to repeal the 8th amendment in Ireland in 2018, will tour to venues in Belfast, Derry, Dublin, and Bray, from […]