This St Patrick’s Day weekend is set to be a big one with loads happening in the queer scene not only in Dublin but all across the island as well!
If you’re still undecided about where to party, check out some of the best events that we have rounded up:
Mother / Matháir: St Patricks Day ft Kelly-Anne Byrne
“This St Patricks Day we’re throwing open our electronic emerald doors for a special synth Patrick’s celebration.”
Join electronic and disco queen Kelly-Anne Byrne in Mother Club, Eustace Street to party until all-hours to the best Irish electronic tunes including Roisín, Le Boom, Daithí, Le Galaxie and more.
Festivities kick off at 11 pm on March 17 – grab your tickets here.
Paddy’s Day Bukkake
Paddy’s night sees the return of Bukkake in Opium on Wexford St from 10 pm. Unfortunately, it is completely sold out, but if you managed to secure some tickets, you’re in for a treat.
Sunday Social: Happy St Patrick’s Gay
There will be a St Patricks Day Sunday social special being held in Farrier and Draper Powerscourt Townhouse.
“Doors are the same time, 10 pm, DJ as always is the wonderful Rocky T Delgado, and the party will be its usual messy self.”
Tickets are strongly advised; pick up yours on Eventbrite.
Trixie Mattel Live at Cork Opera House
Trixie Mattel, Drag Race star will be coming to Cork Opera House on Paddy’s Eve March 16 with her brand-new one-woman comedy show: ‘SKINNY LEGEND’.
“…as we dial down and dig deep into the psyche of the life-size legend. Step back into her pink cowboy boots and see the world through Trixie’s iconic eyes. Expect some music and surrealist comedy that only Trixie Mattel could hot glue together- guitar picking, razor-sharp reads, and hair teased to the sky!”
Get tickets here.
St Patrick’s at Street 66
Paddy’s Day festivities will be on the go from 11.30am all the way until 3 am, featuring a live Irish cover band, a disco set by GERBEAR and an exclusive performance from PIXIE WOO.
Check out the full schedule on their facebook page.
Galway Pride at Galway City St Patrick’s Day Parade
Join Galway Community Pride at the local parade to celebrate this year’s theme of ‘diversity’.
“Grab your glitter and rainbows, and let’s represent our local community with pride”.
The parade will take a new route this year, starting at NUIG at 11:30 am and finishing at 1 pm at Bothar Na mBan.
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