ABC’s Of LGBT Workshop
ShoutOut is delivering an open workshop for parents, guardians, youth workers etc called the ABCs of LGBT on Saturday in Outhouse.
We’re sure our readers have the ABCs of LGBT down but maybe you know someone who would benefit from this event.
Managing Director of ShoutOut, Bella Fitzpatrick said:
“Parents, guardians, youth workers, teachers etc often feel overwhelmed by the new lingo when it comes to queer identities. They feel afraid to have these conversations with the young people in their lives. But there’s nothing to fear! We’ll take them on a journey of queer identities and what it really means to be LGBTQIA+ in modern day Ireland, and how to be a good ally. This event is for anyone who wants to learn! Even LGBTQIA+ people, because ultimately we’re all allies to the letters that don’t describe us.”
Bump @ Smock Alley Theatre
Meet Lily as she confronts her choices in the waiting room of an abortion clinic…
Lily is 23, young, free and single and waiting for her life to start, but she’s hit a bump. Bump is a tale of some of the awkward encounters and nauseating moments that make up a girl’s life. Meet Lily and hear her story as she confronts her choices in the waiting room of an abortion clinic. Bump is a visceral and fast-paced one-woman show exploring the journey of childhood to womanhood.
March 5th – 10th at 8 pm
Special Discount Code: bumpfriend
Enter your discount code at the checkout to reduce your ticket price from €15 to €12
Club GASS @ Roisin Dubh
Club Gass Galway are double dipping this March with nights on March 9 and Good Friday!
First up is this Friday, March 9 will be hosted by Kiki St Clair, with the amazing Bunny & Dizzy from Pantibar.
Dizzy always goes down a treat at club Gass and Bunny will definitely make her mark as it’s her first appearance in Club Gass @ Roisin Dubh, Galway.
On the 30th March AIDS West will be doing rapid HIV testing upstairs in the Roisin Dubh between 6-8pm, this is a free and confidential service with quick results. Know your status.
Following this, they will kick off the Good Friday celebrations, with one of Club GASS’ biggest show to date. The crew have over 10 performers lined up with an earlier opening time and another crazy UV party. Check us out on Facebook and Instagram
The Mouth of A Shark @ Where We Live
This weekend will see the premiere of bold theatre piece The Mouth of A Shark, as part of THISISPOPBABY’s series Where We Live – a “ferocious response to the theme of home” and a multifaceted look at what it’s like to live in Ireland and Dublin today.
Seeking to interrogate the intersection between migration and asylum in Irish society, The Mouth of A Shark weaves together the real-life stories of those who have migrated to Ireland and who seek asylum here, with the stories of individuals who left Ireland to escape for political or cultural reasons.
‘The Mouth of the Shark’ is directed by Oonagh Murphy and is part of Where We Live, part of the Dublin St Patrick’s Festival presented by THISISPOPBABY from March 6-18.
Yoga for Choice – Fundraiser for Repeal
Come move, flow, breathe, lengthen, strengthen, and let go, all in the knowledge that your ticket price is going directly towards a more compassionate, humane reproductive healthcare system in Ireland.
All classes cost €15. Mats are available to rent for €1, or you can bring your own if you have one.
There will be four different classes throughout the day, the details of which are on the facebook page
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