There’s plenty of queer offerings on the cultural calendar for your delectation this month. Here’s just ten of them…
Until January 15: If The Ground Should Open…
Queer artist, Irvine’s major sound and video work at IMMA celebrates the women of the Easter Rising, more information here.
October 30: Jerry Fish Electric Sideshow
Celebrate All Hallows Eve with Jerry as part of the fab opening weekend celebrations that include Le Galaxie and disco queen Kelly Anne Byrne at The Bowery in Dublin’s Rathmines, find out more here.
November 6: Peaches
Firm GCN favourite Peaches returns to rock our queer socks off, this time at The Academy, in association with Mother and Cut Once, tickets here.
NOVEMBER 9 CHRISTINE BOVILL’S PIAF
No glamour. No gimmicks. No pretence. Nothing but a voice, singing of life’s triumphs and tragedies, don’t miss this stunning Piaf tribute at The Olympia, tickets here.
NOVEMBER 14-19 SISTER ACT
X Factor winner Alexandre Burke dons a habit for the musical version of Sister Act at the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre. We will follow her! Tickets here.
NOVEMBER 14-19 OUTBURST
The annual queer arts festival in Belfast has a spiffing line-up, including David Hoyle, John Waters, Penny Arcade, Amy Conroy, Nando Messias’ ‘Shoot The Sissy’ (pictured above), and much, much more, find out more here.
NOVEMBER 14-26 THE BEST PLACE FOR LOVE
Art, love, and bisexual seminarians at Maynooth, oh my! A brand new play from Paul Kennedy at The New Theatre, Temple Bar, tickets and info here.
NOVEMBER 12 JACK O’ROURKE
The singing Cork teacher takes to the stage at Whelan’s Live Upstairs as part of a national tour that takes in Wicklow, Cork, Kerry and Limerick. Full tour details here.
NOVEMBER 17-20 Waterford Pride
Pride returns to the Crystal County, find out more here.
November 18-20 DUB WEB FEST
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