We’re halfway through the week again and dying for a little break. Today as well, we found some special events for you. Here it comes…
Call it out – a queer perspective
The initiative ‘Call it out’ was formed by the Hate and Hostility Research Group (HHRG) at the University of Limerick and the Transgender Equality Network Ireland (TENI). Their campaign aims to draw attention to homophobia, biphobia and transphobia in Ireland.
Today there will be a panel discussion between different speakers about prejudice and harassment against the LGBT+ community, presented by GCN in conjunction with TENI and ‘Call it out’. The evening will be moderated by author and journalist Una Mullaly.
Time: 6.30 – 8 PM
Venue: Projects Arts Centre, 39 Essex Street, Temple Bar, D2
Tickets: €5 / €3
Fresh guitar sounds, an amazing voice, feel good music at its finest – that’s what Neo’s got for you! If you haven’t seen Neo around yet, tonight you’ll have the chance! Watch him perform at the Mezz from 8.30 pm. You are going to love it – I promise.
Time: 8.30 PM
Venue: The Mezz, 23/24 Eustace Street, Temple Bar, D2
Tickets: free entrance
Laughter Lines Dublin
As every Wednesday the comedy improv group ‘Laughter Lines Dublin’ is performing at the Duke in Dublin 2. Watch the guys come up with hilarious interpretations of suggestions you just throw at them. The group will transform your ideas into brilliantly funny scenes or even songs. It’s gonna be great craic!
Time: 8.30 – 22.00 PM
Venue: The Duke, 10 Duke Street, Dublin 2
Tickets: Entrance €5