At 7pm you are invited to come and explore issues affecting people who identify as bisexual in a Bisexuality workshop hosted by Aoife Fitzgibbon-O’Riordan in The Other Place.
The “Queer as Political” Exhibition with its reinterpretation of Irish Queer figures continues in The Other Place, LGBT Resource Centre.
Also at 7pm (and not the 8pm as previously advertised) is the Pride Remembrance Service in St Anne’s of Shandon, better known as the Shandon Bells. This service will include performances from Mna Mna and Choral con fusion.
Today’s offering of the Pride Film Festival in Camden Palace at 8pm is the 2001 Israeli documentary “Trembling Before G-d”, a portrait of various gay Orthodox Jews who struggle to reconcile their faith and their sexual orientation.
At 8pm two different musical styles are on offer with DJ Kate Brennan-Harding in Loafers vying for attention against the LinC youth Lesbian Rap show in The Other Place.
And later in the night there is another differing clash of styles with the Pride Uv Party with DJ Dermo starting at 9pm in Chambers while a less electronic gig from “Witless” with Loretta Sweeney on lead vocals and guitar, and Donnacha Cunnane on Bass kicks off at The Other Place at 9:30pm.
An audio events listing guide to the Cork Pride Festival is available.
Tags: Aoife Fitzgibbon-O’Riordan, bisexual, bisexuality, Camden Palace, Chambers, Choral con fusion, DJ Dermo, DJ Kate Brennan-Harding, Donnacha Cunnane, LGBT, LinC, LinC youth Lesbian Rap, Loafers, Loretta Sweeney, Mna Mna, Other Place, Pride Film Festival, Pride Remembrance Service, Shandon Bells, St Anne’s of Shandon, Trembling Before G-d, Uv Party, Witless
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