Last year, 7,400 people attended the Foyle Pride Parade alone, and this year, the organisers want to make the Foyle Pride Festival bigger and better than ever
Out on the Town
Just because Dublin, Cork and Belfast Pride festivities are done and dusted for another year, doesn’t mean that’s the end of Pride season on the island. No siree-bob
Summer is here! And at underCURRENT the sun is making our sequins seem extra shiny so we figure it’s time to dust them off for our mid-year camp cabaret extravaganza.We’ll be prancing and dancing for your admiration this July with our unique blend of pop, rock, comedy, sexiness and of course a liberal dose of musical theatre.
Fancy meeting some new friends? Fancy doing something a bit different? This Saturday Dublin Lesbian Line and Girls Night In are hosting an afternoon of ‘Good Mood’ events in Outhouse, 2-5.30pm. And it’s not just for girls!
Irish Feminist Network is pro Palestine and decided to put on a feminist table quiz so all the funds can go to aid the organisation. As we’re also proud to be feminists, a lot of the questions are going to be feminism/women-focused and there is even a Buffy Round for the Buffy lovers!
It’s that time of year again! Dublin Lesbian Line are having their annual fundraising table quiz in Pantibar next Tuesday the 8th,, starting at 8pm. The most exciting thing about it? The lovely Licky Rake is coming out of retirement just to host the DLL quiz.
Female. Lesbian. Comedian. Breda Larkin! Here’s the most exciting part: this lady is now taking her show nationwide and she wants you to be a part of it. The tour will be known as ‘Pilgrimage: Breda Larkin’s Irish Comedy Tour’. Breda is hoping to find LGBT people who are willing to allow her to stay with them for 2 nights while she performs in their town.
On Sunday March 30th at 9pm, The Pint , Eden Quay there is going to be a very special show made by lesbians – for lesbians. MUSTACHIOED! brings together performers from four cities Dublin, Berlin, Chicago and Sydney to celebrate the launch of the 1st Irish Drag King Festival with sexy drag kings, burleque acts and circus acts.
Acting Out have put together a series of nine short plays on 27th and 28th March, in aid of Marriage Equality. The plays will be shown at Outhouse Dublin.
Are you ready for another camp cabaret extravaganza? Yes it’s springtime for underCURRENT and we’re kicking off 2014 with another dose of musical mayhem for all you Broadway aficionados out there.
Gloria are at it again, they host this years Various Voices festival and with that comes The Big Gay Sing in aid of Marriage Equality.
Good Morrow Gaelickers! How are we all today? I’m Breenie and I’ll be trying to entertain ye with some articles on the trials and tribulations of lesbian life, well more specifically my lesbian life, and let’s face it ladies we all know scene life is its own real life soap opera at times.
Being a gay gal and making friends with other gay gals can be a complex endeavor. There are many intersecting factors that will determine whether someone becomes a new BFF, and it comes down to more than whether you have a mutual love of ladies.
Fancy meeting some new friends? Girl’s Night In Christmas Special in Outhouse (www.outhouse.ie/contact.html), Dublin, on Wednesday 11th December is the place to be! GNI is a fun weekly social meet up for lesbian and bisexual women hosted in Outhouse every Wednesday from 7.oo – 9.30pm.
This November’s underCURRENT brings you back to the world of musical theatre for a winter warmer of a show packed with comedy, glamour and more camp dance routines than you can shake a big glittery stick at.
Kildare Youth Services have, in association with BeLongTo, created a new youth group for LGBT youth in Kildare. It is a free service that runs on the first Saturday of every month.
During a first date with, what some of us would class as, a ‘fem’ girl, a guy approached our table with the intention of chatting my date up. The worst part of it all? For the first minute, I allowed him to, as did she.