It’s nearly all about the capital (Dublin) and the real capital (Cork) this week, but Galway’s representing the Wesht in the what’s on stakes.
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Hold on to your hats, this is one busy weekend for events around the country! Whether you want to party, skill up, meet new friends, remember those who are absent, there is something happening somewhere near you.
From Carlow to Wexford, there is plenty to keep you the comely maidens and pals occupied this week in Ireland. (Send us your news of any other events we’ve missed.) Enjoy!
The weekend was fairly jam-packed full of events, and there’s plenty going on around the country during the coming week. For some of the best bits, keep readin’.
Attention bis, leslies and transfolks! There is plenty happening to keep you occupied this weekend, so I thought, “What better than to present all of that information in one handy post?” (Plus, I decided to call it a BLT Sandwich. And I’m not even sorry.)
Fine Gael councillor and former Lord Mayor, Joe O’Callaghan, intends to introduce a motion for debate at Cork’s City Hall next month to ban wearing of burqas. Has anyone actually asked Ireland’s Muslim women what they think? Thankfully, the National Women’s Council of Ireland has.
You know what’s annoying? We finally get civil partnerships and nobody has any money. Boo! But there is now hope for a ceremony that does not consist of pringles-as-hors-d’oeuvres and your iPod as DJ. The Cork Independent and the Cork International Hotel are holding a contest to win a wedding package worth €5,000. All you [...]
Here we present you with Gaelick’s films of 2010 – and a couple extra. Have you watched ‘em? Have we missed any? What tops your list from this year?
Linc (Lesbians In Cork) is pleased to announce its new Wednesday evening group, Phoenix, for women aged up to 23. If you’re young, interested in all things LGBT and in the Cork area, this one’s for you.
Last night saw the second annual Cork Rebel Awards. The Awards were established as a non profit collaboration between the Cork Gay Project, Cork Pride, GayCork.com and L.inC to give recognition to members of Cork’s LGBT community.
Take your seats, lesbians and gays, for Outlook – the LGBT programme of this week’s Cork Film Festival.
The crew down in Linc in Cork have been busy. The recently sent us up a schedule of courses that they’re running over the next ocuple of months. I know this is a chliche, but they have somehow managed to include something for everyone. From tennis to singing, from stress management to first aid, there are lots of things organised.
Calling all non-recluse lesbians! Your social group needs you – head along to the Running Amach fundraiser this Saturday! Running Amach is the online women’s group organising scene and non-scene events around Ireland. Find your nearest lesbian jazz fans, tennis group, film aficionados and much more!
By the end of this article you’ll probably think I’m paid by Café Paradiso to write this, as I genuinely haven’t had such a good experience in an eating establishment ever before.
Well, it’s been quite the lesbian weekend. Here we give a wee snapshot: Team Ireland at the Gay Games 2010 in Köln (aka Cologne); Clare Balding smacks down the Sunday Times; Darlene from Roseanne (finally) comes out. What else are we missing?!
Well, can you Adam-and-Steve it, folks, it’s been thirteen whole days since the last Gaelick news round-up? So, what has been happening in that intervening period? Lesbian LOLs? Sapphic surprises? Dishing the dykey dirt? Read on!
Yesterday saw the launch of a wonderful new inititive, the ‘LGBT Diversity Programme’. A programme that strives to coordinate several LGBT groups around the country and to “facilitate LGBT organisations and activists to collectively mobilise”.