Winter Pride is a new festival brought to you by Dublin LGBT+ Pride to bring the community together, reconnect friends and showcase all the resources and supports available at a time when people often need them the most. It’s also a chance to close out the 50th anniversary of Stonewall in style with a week full of events.
One of the extra special events attendees can expect is the fabulous 50 Years of Pride – a night in The National Concert Hall journeying through 50 years of gay anthems and LGBT+ stories. Hosted by Panti Bliss, there will be an incredible guest cast including: The Queen Mother – Mr Pussy (Alan Amsby), Glória choir, Paul Harrington, Veda featuring Lady K, Sparkle, Brew, Phil T Gorgeous, Bunny, David Gough and more to be announced. Tickets are bound to be swept up so check out your opportunity to grab a pair below. If you aren’t lucky this time around, tickets are still a steal at €25 and are available here.
As well as the incredible concert, Winter Pride has a lot more in store! You can expect:
LGBT+ Seniors Day – Tuesday November 26th
Afternoon Tea with the Lord Mayor, a tour through the National Gallery and maybe a gin and tonic or hot port afterwards, this is a day dedicated LGBT+ Seniors in the community.
Pride in the Workplace – Friday November 29th
The must-attend event for all companies planning to take part in Dublin Pride 2020. This is a full day training course and networking opportunity aimed at HR and CSR professionals from corporate, statutory and NGO backgrounds. (Tickets and more information)
Pride Community Day – Saturday November 30th
Winter Pride take over the Wicklow floor in The Convention Centre and are queering the space for the day to create their biggest ever LGBT+ support and services exhibition.
They’ll have stands from a variety of LGBT+ support and social groups, so if you’re interested in volunteering, joining a sports or social group or you’d like to know more about your community come down and meet them. They’ll also have a schedule of workshops, panel discussions and talks scheduled throughout the day.
Now back to the competition!
For your chance to win two tickets, answering the following question:
This competition is now closed, visit our competition page for more.
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