Tomorrow, a Volunteer Convention for the Yes campaign takes place in Dublin city centre. It’s organised by Yes Equality – get in touch for details! Here are some highlights of what else is coming up over the next few days.
Outhouse Library, located on the first floor of Dublin’s LGBT community centre, Outhouse, was set to re-launch on Thursday, 23rd of October. The Library, one of the only solely dedicated public LGBT libraries in Ireland, has been re-vamped with all new stock, a new library system, and free membership for the LGBT community. Read all about it!
Introducing the Bona Book Club – for all those LGBTQ ladies (and friends) interested in reading a wide range of contemporary fiction, some non-fiction and the occasional graphic novel. Come along for some lively debate, tea and scones in the Radisson Blu, Golden Lane on the last Wednesday of the month. Our next meeting is on the 24th September at 7 pm.
The Feminist Film Festival is delighted to announce its feature programme. The Festival is Ireland’s first independent, stand-alone, weekender Feminist Film Festival. The programme includes the Irish première of ‘Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me,’ a documentary about the late, world-renowned Emmy and Tony winner
Dublin will soon(ish) have it’s first ever bridge to be named after a woman (unless the Anna Livia Bridge in Chapelizod counts?). Yesterday evening Dublin City Council voted on a shortlist of five, narrowed down from 85, and declared Rosie Hackett the over all winner.
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.