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Parade after Party

Where the parade ends, the After party begins – literally! Join us after the fabulous Parade for the biggest annual street party in Cork! Our 3-hour party hosted by the legendary Paul Ryder will feature Red FM DJs that will keep you dancing in the streets. Live music will be provided by The Old Moderns and a special performance from Irelands Got Talents RDC who will dance your Pride socks off! Paul Ryder and a glittering array of Cork’s sassiest drag queens including Chambers resident queens - Mia Gold, Letycha Le’Synn and Nettles will keep the party going! With the Cork Pride debut of Ireland youngest drag queen, the fierce Karma O’Hara. This is an after party you don not want to miss!   *Disable Access.

By |2019-07-05T17:03:39+00:00August 4th, 2019||Comments Off on Parade after Party

Pride Parade

Get your Pride on and join us for the amazing Cork LGBT+ Pride Parade! March along with us through the streets of Cork amidst a sea of magical floats, music and mayhem, sequined drag queens, glitter-covered guys and girls, families, friends and allies. Come as you are, or wear what you dare! Be loud, be proud, but most importantly, be you! Come an celebrate Stonewall: 50 Years Proud!   *Disable Access

By |2019-07-05T17:03:11+00:00August 4th, 2019||Comments Off on Pride Parade

Woah: Women Only Pride Party

Sisters are doing it for ourselves – and each other! LINC’s women’s pride party promises to host entertainment as varied as our incredible cohort of LBT women. Join us at the Kino for a commemorative theatre performance from your favourite thespian lesbian, bi and trans players as LINC Drama celebrates the rebellious and influential women of our past, then onto a foot stomping set from Cork’s own beloved and increasingly popular Sparkle Band. The night finishes with one of the Cork Women’s Fun Weekend favourites D.J Andrea. Doors at 8. Limited Numbers. Tickets € 12 Call in to LINC to grab yours.   *Disable Access.

By |2019-07-10T17:14:43+00:00August 3rd, 2019||0 Comments

Pride Village

Make your PRIDE Saturday shine and join us for a sizzling afternoon of community Pride fun and entertainment, with live music from Dublin duo Sylk and The Incredibles. Proudly sponsored by First South Credit Union. Not forgetting those smooth slamming summer tunes by Red Fm and an open invitation to the Cork artistic and performance art community to exhibit or perform their work on the day. Get your face painted or try out our fun giant board games from Cork City Sports Partnership and lots of bouncy castles.  Grab a bite to eat at our food stalls or check out our stall where PRIDE merchandise will be on sale to ensure that you are the loudest, brightest and most fashionable at this year’s annual PRIDE parade.   *Disable Access.

By |2019-07-05T17:04:56+00:00August 3rd, 2019||Comments Off on Pride Village

Cork Pride: Community BBQ

Celebrate the start of your PRIDE weekend with our summer sizzler community BBQ sponsored by Voxpro. A chance to catch up with all your friends and family in our community, meet new friends and soak up the summer sun with our festive over 18s gourmet barbeque and a sizzling summer DJ set from Red FM. We’ll also be joined by local Drag Queens Letycha Le’Synn, Mia Gold and their fabulous friends for a spectacular drag   *Disable Access.

By |2019-07-10T16:32:25+00:00August 2nd, 2019||0 Comments

Gaze Film Festival Cinema Night

Fresh off the Indie and Art festival scene, from GAZE LGBT Film Festival join us for an evening of LGBT Irish shorts that reflect the lives, experiences and circumstances of what it is to be LGBT+ in modern Ireland. In keeping with our theme commemorating the 50-year anniversary of the Stonewall riots we will then have be screening the remastered documentary ‘Before Stonewall’. An evening to immerse yourself in the magic of film and celebrate our diversity with food drink & popcorn included!   *Disable Access.

By |2019-07-05T17:05:26+00:00July 31st, 2019|, |Comments Off on Gaze Film Festival Cinema Night

Rainbow Science

Rainbows are magical but only illusions… and rainbows deliver you pretty pictures over the internet*. Make something? Great! For years it was something done on the kitchen table. In fact, some of those experiments are why 180 and 200 are magic numbers in the kitchen, cookies are browned and why we think we seal steaks. But somehow science became scary. An “Other”. So with Tyndall / UCC Student Chapter and MakerDojo you’ll get a chance to make some toys and try out some experiments you can do at home, sometimes with things you can get in the corner shop, and some things you have to go to a little further for. Audience participation required. If you are to become confident inventors, experimenters and creators (like toy makers or neuroscientists), you’ll have to ask lots of questions. Suitable for all ages. Adults especially. Just because you are legally responsible doesn’t mean you can’t play!   *Disable Access.

By |2019-07-22T15:12:43+00:00July 31st, 2019|, |0 Comments
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