Six to ten daily films, every day, at IFI, 6 Eustace Street in Temple Bar. New films and re-releases, classics, festivals, monthly "must see" lists, afternoon talks. See the website for scheules & details, and for pdf download of monthly schedule.
Every Thursday student nights, 11pm-3am at The Hub, Eustace Street. Sexy Pop & Commercial Dance! Prhomo is Pop! Prhomo is Crazy! Prhomo is GAY! Theme parties, holiday specials, dance offs. €5-7 entry.
Every Friday 11pm-3:30am at The Hub, Eustace Street. House parties for shirtless male throng on the dance floor; dark room with sofas. From the makers of WERK // BUKKAKE // MOTHER.
Once a month, underground at the Voodoo Lounge, 39-40 Arran Quay. Dance party for bears and leathermen night, with go-go boys, international DJs, no dress code.
Monthly gay club night at Button Factory, Curved St, the Temple Bar, with top international DJs and large dance crowd, shirtless guys, go-go boys.
Now and then LGBT dance party at Voodoo Lounge, 40 Arran Quay, International DJs, go-go boys, hot/mostly male/often shirtless mixed crowd.
February 3, 2017, 11pm - 3am at Button Factory. Coming to Dublin for a Super Launch Party production with the best go-gos, snow cannons, lasers, visuals and super lights/ sound system. An Alpine Ski Slope right in front of you as you dance! DJs Matt Bogard (UK) will be joined by the amazing Brazilian Rafa Mafra. Advance Tickets €12, €15 at the door.
February 4, 2017, 11-3am at The Hub. This Saturday Rocky joins forces with special guest Glamo in a back to back set from 11pm ’til the wee small hours. Electronic tunes & dirty disco. Come dance yourself clean. We are your friends. Mother
February 9, 2017 + every Thursday, 11pm-3am at The Hub. "This Thursday we’re paying homage to the Central Bank of lost souls. Get out your black eye liner, we’re mixing some black booted stompers into the usual Prhomo tunage."
February 14 - March 4, 2017. Theatre, Dance, Music, Comedy, Aerial, Clown, Punk Poetry, Puppetry and Children’s Theatre. Feb 24th, 9:15pm at Boys School - BLOCK 28: A Pervert Am I - A queer celebration of sexual disappointment by noted deviant Ayrton O’Brien - sex life as a queer from age 8 to 28, triumphs to disappointments, HIV tests to Hulk.
February 16-26, 2017. Celebrating film as an art form, this past year over 120 films from four corners of the globe. Citywide event takes place in Dublin City Centre Cinemas including: Cineworld, The Savoy, Screen, Irish Film Institute & Light House Cinema in Smithfield. See the 2017 program when announced, and the JDIFF 2016 Highlights Video now at their website:
February 18, 2017, 2:30pm, at New Theatre. Pioneering lesbian novel Quicksand, published in Japan in serialised form 1928-30, has some of the feel of a 1970s Latin-American soap opera. The key note is Hysteria, the refrain is Deception. Everyone is deceiving everyone else, in increasingly unlikely plot turns, as the characters get deeper and deeper into the quicksand of infatuation.
March 30 - April 2, 2017, 10pm at Adelphi, 52 Middle Abbey St. Four-day weekend festival of events for Bears and friends - Mr Bear Ireland contest - see details as announced closer to the dates.
April 23, 2017, 7-11pm at The OlympiaTheatre. Musicians and artists are lending their voice to support. Join us for a special fundraiser. Featuring David Gray, Mary Black, Neil Hannon, Camille O'Sullivan, Loah, Lisa O'Neill, Printer Clips featuring Paul Noonan & Guests, Roisin O, Wyvern Lingo. Contributions from: Panti, Ailbhe Smyth, Roisin Ingle,Tara Flynn, and Una Mullally.
May 1-14, 2017. Annual events over two weeks, celebrating the contribution of gay people to theatre, past and present. Founded in 2004 to mark the 150th anniversary of the birth of Oscar Wilde, in his native city. Emphasis on new or recent international and Irish works with a broadly gay theme or relevance, the Festival has grown to become the largest event of its type in the world.
June 21-25, 2017. Five days packed with celebrations, spectacles and extravaganzas promoting/ celebrating LGBTQ diversity. The highlight of the festival will be the annual Saturday June 24th Pride Parade and post-parade celebrations in Merrion Square. The Parade starts 1pm from the Garden of Remembrance, and passes the GPO, to finish at Merrion Sq. See full details at their website:
August 3-7, 2017 - August Bank Holiday weekend - annual 5-day LGBT film festival at the Light House Cinema, in Smithfield. See their website for details about the festival and other screenings throughout the year.
September 9-24, 2017. Places you’ve never been through theatre, music, cabaret, comedy, circus, dance and much more - a knockout sixteen days full of events. Box Office: Ground Floor at DIFF House, 13 Ormond Quay Lower. See website for full program schedule and tickets:
Mid-September, 2017. Entertainment, discovery and adventure in Dublin and across Ireland - this past year in a record 30 towns, cities, counties and islands. Arts and cultural organisations open their doors 5-11pm with hundreds of free events, tours, talks and performances. See the website for whats on.
October 27-30, 2017 (TBC). Annual 4-day festival. Life, work, legacy of Dublin horror novelist Bram Stoker and his gothic novel Dracula. Free pop-up performances, spine-chilling street theatre, sinister sounds; city-wide Vampire Hunt, spooky open-air movies, blood curdling literary happenings, terrifying theatre, haunted walking tours and a very special event at Dublin Castle.