Here we are to give you a gansey-load of notice to get signed-up and ready for the Pride Run on 21st June. It doesn’t matter if you’re Usain Bolt or a snail with issues, this is all about fun. You can walk, jog, run or crawl the 5km.
Out on the Town
The good people over at Crush have set aside two guest list spots for a lucky Gaelick reader AND a round at the bar for the Crush Summer Fun! happening Friday (May 17th) in the Grand Social.
KRIS DEL VAYZE, the star and co-founder of internationally acclaimed Australian drag troupe DRAGS ALOUD makes her third appearance at the IDGTF.
Very quietly, May is creeping into our lives, and with it, the Dublin Gay Theatre festival. This has been an excellent festival in recent years and this year should be no exception.
Sometimes I go to so many leaving do’s it feels as if I’m surely going to be the last person left in Ireland. So! Here’s a few tips to beat the emigration blues.
There’s a traditional matchmaker in Lisdoonvarna called Willie Daly. No really. And, with the help of HRH Panti, he wants to help you find the person partner.
If you’re looking for a great night out tonight, why not head along to 47 Kildare Street and check out Queerbash? Tonight will be its first night in its new home, and we are told that QueerBash will open its “tattooed arms and embrace you into its new home!”
Ladies, ladies, form an orderly queue…we have free tickets for DIVE tomorrow night. I know! For those of you who are either up all night to have fun, or to get lucky.
Spring has sprung, bears come out of hibernation (hi!) and it’s time again for festival fun! Here’s a sample of what Gaelick will be up to over the next little while. Come on, get your culture on! Write on! Be in Dublin this May and soak up all that the Dublin Writers [...]
Tomorrow, April 20th, is independent Record Store Day Saturday and Outhouse are getting in on the act. However, being the ever-fabulous beating heart at the centre of Dublin’s LGBT community, not only is there going to be a pop-up music shop on the day, but also live music.
The good people over at Crush have set aside two guest list spots for a lucky Gaelick reader and their plus-one for the Spring Fling Crush happening Friday night in the Grand Social.
Following the hit shows “underCURRENT Opening Night at the Movies” and “underCURRENT presents CHEESE”, we return to our first love, musical theatre! underCURRENT now brings you its BROADWAY EMPIRE.
Three acts competed in an Xfactor style competition to get to the finals where a winner would be picked to grace the Pride Village stage after the parade later this year. Unfortunately, the same stereotypes were on show.
For those of you who still haven’t been to Crush, you really need to head along and experience the night that is taking the scene by storm. Taking place in the Grand Social on the 3rd Friday of every month, the night is in aid of GCN forever, and is marketed as somewhere you can “Dance to tunes you know with someone you want to get to know…”
Reading what the Niamhs have had to say on Gaelick the last few days finally got me motivated to start writing about something I feel quite strongly about; the ways people are perceived because of their appearances and the affect this can have on social interaction, especially when it comes to sexuality.
There are two statements one can make in Ireland nowadays that will result in a look of incredulity/suspicion.
1. I’m not on Facebook; 2. I don’t drink
A gay male friend of mine told me a couple of months ago that I was a real femme. I was shocked. I told my straight friends and they thought it was hilarious.