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Thursday 30 June
Bahay Takeover Mae
June 29 - July 3
Mae
Ballsbridge

Various times

Bahay will take over the wonderful Mae restaurant for one week only from June 29 until July 3 for a very special dining experience.

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Friday 23 June
Revolting Women: A Rebel Cabaret
Teachers Club

36 Parnell Square West

Dublin 1

Revolting Women: a rebel cabaret is a show about women in Irish history who have fought for their country, for their honour, for love and for respect.  Told through a variety of performances we remember women lost to Irish history, bringing them to life and telling their stories through song, dance, film, poetry and drama. It is a show of honesty, disgust, delight, heartbreak and strength. It is a celebration of the power of women.

 

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MARK T COX – FRIDAY NIGHT PRIDE
The Sugar Club
8 Leeson Street Lower, Dublin 2

International cabaret star Mark T Cox returns to Dublin FINALLY, for a special one-off show at The Sugar Club this Pride weekend. The glamour!

After nearly 10 years on London’s queer entertainment scene, Ireland’s favourite piano toy boy is making his homecoming, queen!

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Dublin Bear Pride 2022
The Wiley Fox, 28 Eden Quay, Dublin 1

9pm: Bears Downstairs. Drinks promos / Finger food. FREE.

11pm: Bears Upstairs @ The Sound House with DJ El Styra. Adm €10

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Index x Vibez Emotion: KAS:ST
Here & Now
39-40 Arran Quay
D07 X76R Dublin 7

Irish debut for Parisian Techno duo KAS:ST. Owners of the label Flyance, their sound is an atmospherical journey between Acid, House and Techno. In recent times they have featured on many club and festival lineups across the world, including being regulars at Tale Of Us’ renowned Afterlife events having also recorded an album for the Afterlife label. Main room support from Tracy Cass, Rocco & Dellucht.

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Saturday 24 June
Hen's Teeth Weekend Market
Hen's Teeth
Blackpitts,
Dublin 8

Hen’s Teeth is hosting their weekly market in their store this Saturday. Stop by for some yummy lunch and pick up a few bits.

StoneyBanter Pu$$¥ Pride
Kavanaghs Pub
1 Aughrim Street
D07 V403 Dublin

21:00 – 23:30

StoneyBanter Pu$$y Pride Lesbian Special!

Join us this pride for a comedy cabaret filled with queerness, fearlessness and female finess as we sing for ye sling for ye and talk about minge for ye.

Hosted by us, The Wild Geeze a happy trail-blazing comedy duo who perform comedic songs, burlesque, comedy and vagina puppetry.

Come for the crazy and stay for our incredible guests.

Julie Goo, slam poet Munster champ who was a guest poet at Lesbian Lives this year. Her social commentary poems pack a punch with a good dose of humour and feminist energy.

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Outhouse Pride Breakfast
Outhouse LGBT Resource Centre
105 Capel Street, Dublin

What better way to start your Pride and fuel your day than popping into Outhouse for our famous Pride breakfast that is now a staple event in the Pride calendar. Outhouse is delighted to be kicking off the day with a continental breakfast and some delicious drinks to quench your thirst before the Parade.

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Dublin Pride Festival 2022
Merrion Square

13:00

The return of our Dublin Pride Festival to Merrion Square on Saturday, 25 June. There is a full-day programme lined up for you.

This is a free, non-ticketed event.

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Sunday 26 June
Allta x Note
allta
Trinity St
5th Floor
Dublin 2, D D02 A440

New England Summer Party

Summer is finally here and we want to celebrate it together. Note are coming to Allta’s rooftop to bring you a New England street party. That means lobster rolls, crab toast, oysters & smashing tiki cocktails alongside some live jazz on the roof.

It’s an all day event from 2pm to 10pm with indoor and outdoor space available. Tickets are €25 each which includes entry and a cocktail of your choice.

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Mother Pride Bloc Party
The National Museum of Ireland, Collins Barracks
Benburb St
Dublin

What has become the highlight of every pride,  Mother Pride Block Party is back with a bang for a full weekend of celebrations! After three years without a Pride party, we’ve pulled out all the stops and we’re throwing a full weekend long queer city centre festival!

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Street Feast
Online

Register now to get planning your Street Feast. Here you can apply for your free Street Feast party pack, complete with bunting, posters, invites and a brilliant DIY guide! We ask that you host your Street Feast on our big day, Sunday 26th June 2022.