Veda, one of everyone’s favourite queens from the Dublin drag scene is back with a second album. Veda’s new album, Transphibian will be the sound of the summer if my Facebook homepage is anything to go by!
As part of the work LGBT Noise does in seeking equal rights for all LGBT people, they will be launching a new campaign called SolidariTy, and shooting a short video on Saturday the 10th of March in Outhouse from 12pm until 4pm.
The final of the Ms. Gay Ireland competition was held in Limerick recently, and I was able to ask the winner, Emma Parkes (a bartender in The George) a few questions about her new role. Judging by her answers, we will be seeing great things from her this year!
It seems like the last couple of years have been full of “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell”. Of course, it’s an American issue (and here there is no such ban on serving openly), but I think there is a reason the issue has worldwide resonance. “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell” was one of those”baby steps” we hear … [Read more...]
I’ve written about this before, about Glee fans who can’t understand why we don’t see Kurt and Blaine making out at the Lima Bean. But it’s about so much more than that, and it’s a problem that is increasingly a source of tension between LGB people and our friends/families/allies. In Modern Family fandom, too, viewers … [Read more...]
This theme of this years Pride Dyke Night is The Speakeasy, so expect all things 1920s! Hosted by the ever amazing Phil T. Gorgeous, this is set to be an unmissable night!
I caught up with Pamela and Peter from The Trouble Is to interview them about the band, and we at Gaelick towers are able to exclusively reveal that they will be playing at the Pride Night Party (Delerium) in the Purty Kitchen on the 25th of June.
Very Angry Girls (V.A.G) who some of you may remember from Milk, are performing in Crawdaddy on Easter Saturday. I caught up with the girls for an interview, and made sure to ask them where the name came from!
Bottom Dog Theatre Company is delighted to announce the return of their hit show Language UnBecoming A Lady to Dublin – and to the city centre for the first time. To celebrate this, we at Gaelick have two pairs of tickets to give away to two lucky readers!
PinkNews reports that the results of a study by the UK Film Council show that people believe the gay characters we see in movies are often too stereotypical. Seventy-per cent of the 1,705 people surveyed by Harris Interactive said that films tend to focus on gay people having problems rather than being everyday people. And … [Read more...]
The parade is over and you want to party! From the George to Basebar, there’s lots to keep you entertained over the course of the evening.
As the AMI team put the finishing touches on what looks set to be the gay event of the year, we at Gaelick thought we’d give our readers an in-depth look at what to expect from the night!
It’s that time of year again, the night many consider to be the Irish Gay Christmas. Alternative Miss Ireland is taking place on the 13th of March in the Olympia, Dublin. And it looks set to be pretty amazing.
Shirley Temple Bar’s weekly Bingo Show has been an integral part of the Dublin scene for years, and right now the George and Shirley are gearing up for the 700th outing of this gay institution.
We talk a lot about the politics of outing people as gay, lesbian or bisexual. Some of us believe it’s always wrong. Others, that it’s only ok if the closeted person is being a hypocrite — that it’s ok to out an anti-gay politician as gay, but not a closeted person who fights the corner … [Read more...]
On this bank holiday weekend, there’s only one place to be on Sunday night: BeLonG To’s Gay Prom 2010 fundraiser. Online sales have now closed, but a limited number of tickets will be available at the door.
The Indo ran the headline, “Talk to family, GAA star tells gay youngsters”. The Times says, “Teenagers advised to be open about their sexuality” and the story is noticeably different from the Indo.
The first openly gay GAA star, Donal Og Cusack, has urged youngsters confused about their sexual identities to confide in their families.