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Monday, June 11th


1:00pm
The Decriminalisation Monologues – June 11 to 15Outhouse, 105 Capel Street, Dublin 1.

Acting Out present new monologues by Irish writers, including lunchtime shows.

Thursday, June 14th


7:00pm
The Decriminalisation Monologues – June 14 & 15Outhouse, 105 Capel Street, Dublin 1.

Acting Out present new monologues by Irish writers, including lunchtime shows

Friday, June 15th


8:00pm
Bright and Gay, Gloria DLGC Summer ConcertWerburgh Street Church, Dublin 2,

Pride Summer Concert with special guest singer Eoin Hynes.

Saturday, June 16th


2:30pm
The Decriminalisation Monologues – June 16Outhouse, 105 Capel Street, Dublin 1.

Acting Out present new monologues by Irish writers, including lunchtime shows.

Wednesday, June 20th


10:00am
Rainbow Group Exhibition – June 20th to 30thGallery Zozimus, 55/56 Francis Street.

Pride exhibition featuring artists including Mark O’Neill, Patrick O’Reilly, Eleanor Swan and Will St Leger.

Thursday, June 21st


11:00am
GCN30 Exhibition – June 21 to July 1Gallery of Photography, Meeting House Square, Temple Bar, Dublin 1.

A multimedia exhibition charting three decades of the evolution of LGBT Ireland.

Friday, June 22nd


7:30pm
Dublin Pride Run 5K 2018Phoenix Park, near Papal Cross Car Park, Dublin 8.

The Dublin Pride Run is an Athletics Association of Ireland (AAI) accredited 5K race now entering its seventh year.

8:00pm
The Outing & Dublin Pride Does Rock, Indie and PopWhelans, 25 Wexford St, Dublin 2.

A fun night out at Dublin’s top indie venue.

Saturday, June 23rd


12:30pm
We Are Family, are we?Gallery of Photography Meeting House Square, Temple Bar, Dublin 2.

Three LGBT asylum seekers in Direct Provision in Ireland will share their personal experiences of the issues and challenges they face.

1:30pm
Outhouse Cookery Demonstration (Mental Health & Wellbeing)Outhouse, 105 Capel Street, Dublin 1.

A cookery demonstration focusing on the impact of a healthy balanced diet on our overall mental health and wellbeing.

2:00pm
Shelbourne FC XI vs Dublin Devils FCTolka Park, Drumcondra, Dublin 3, Ireland

Football match celebrating 2018 Dublin LGBTQ Pride.

3:00pm
Soapbox Session (Mental Health & Wellbeing)Outhouse, 105 Capel Street, Dublin 1.

Join us for the sixth annual Soapbox Session in celebration of mental health and the LGBT+ community

Sunday, June 24th


3:00pm
LGBTI+ History @ BeLonG To SundayOuthouse, 105 Capel Street, Dublin 1.

If you are 14 – 17 and want to learn more about LGBTI+ History, then this is the place to be!

An indispensable part of Dublin Pride, the queer history walking tour begins at The George and winds its way leisurely through the city centre.

4:00pm
Life Over The Rainbow – Dublin Gay Men’s ChorusSt Stephen's Church, Mount St Crescent, Dublin 2.

Dublin Gay Men’s Chorus present ‘Life Over The Rainbow’ – a celebration of 25 years of decriminalisation of homosexuality in Ireland!

7:30pm
A Day In MayOlympia Theatre

The World Premiere of ‘A Day In May’, a play based on the book of the same name by Charlie Bird that captured some of the stories from the historic referendum.

Monday, June 25th


7:00pm
Uncover: A Series of Portraits – June 25 to July 1The Library Project, Temple Bar, Dublin 1.

An exhibition which sees individuals from all walks of Irish society photographed, from politicians to musicians and artists and activists to unsung heroes.

7:00pm
FLAC – LGBTQ free legal advice clinicOuthouse, Capel Street, Dublin 1.

Free legal advice evening for the LGBTQ community from FLAC.

7:30pm
A Day in MayOlympia Theatre

The World Premiere of ‘A Day In May’, a play based on the book of the same name by Charlie Bird that captured some of the stories from the historic referendum.

Tuesday, June 26th


8:30pm
Screening of The 34th & Panel Q&ALighthouse Cinema, Smithfield, Dublin 7.

A screening of The 34th, a documentary that tells the story of the driven and dedicated people who formed marriage equality in Ireland.

Wednesday, June 27th


7:00pm
Girls’ Night In Pride PartyOuthouse, 105 Capel Street, Dublin 1.

‘Speed-friending’ evening, in a relaxed atmosphere with friendly chats and good food and drinks to celebrate Pride week.

7:00pm
Drag+Draw Pride EditionStreet 66, Parliament Street, Dublin 1.

Drag + Draw is an informal life drawing session for drawing and drag enthusiasts alike.

7:00pm
Post Marriage Equality: A State of Mind LinkedIn Dublin Offices, Gardner House, 2 Wilton Place.

A discussion on the issues facing the community in the wake of Marriage Equality.

11:00pm
Pole Show – Pride SpecialThe George, Great Georges Street, Dublin 1.

Veda presents an all-star pole dancing show with some of the world’s leading pole dancing superstars!

Thursday, June 28th


9:30am

SOS in partnership with Insight Matters is delighted to be hosting The Dublin Pride Wellness Workshop for the LGBTQ community and their allies. 

6:30pm
Dublin Pride Annual DebateOuthouse, 105 Capel Street, Dublin 1.

This year’s Pride Annual Debate features a panel of esteemed key note speakers with some distinguished guests.

8:00pm
Karaoke SessionStreet 66, Parliament Street, Dublin 1.

Free Karaoke session and raffle for Lagunitas Circus tickets in London!

9:00pm
Pride Geilí PantibarPantibar, Capel Street, Dublin 1.

In association with The Outing & Dublin Pride presents the legendary Pride tradition of music and dancing.

11:00pm
Thursty Thursday Antics with Davina DevineThe George, Great Georges Street, Dublin 1.

Our number one hun, Davina Devine, and her thirsty comrades will be here slayin’ the stage for your entertainment.

Friday, June 29th


7:30pm
Movie screening: ‘Pride’ 24a/25 Hill St, Rotunda, Dublin 1.

The Workers’ Party socialist film club Reel Politics is hosting a screening of the movie ‘Pride’ .

8:00pm
Special Pride AA MeetingOuthouse, 105 Capel Street, Dublin 1.

An open public meeting of the LGBTQ Group of Alcoholics Anonymous for Dublin LGBTQ Pride.

9:00pm
Pop Tunes at PantibarPantibar, Capel Street, Dublin 1.

Your favourite pop tunes with Pantiboy Stephen Dowling.

9:00pm
Dublin Bear Pride Nealon’s Bar, 165 Capel St, Dublin 1.

Free DJ Aggie on the decks for Dublin Bear Pride.

9:00pm
PRIDE 666Street 66, Parliament Street, Dublin 1.

Drag Madness Disco Pride with Lady Veda & Pixie Woo.

10:30pm
GlitterbombThe George, Great Georges Street, Dublin 1.

Get your pre-pride celebrations started right with some banging tunes and dancing!

Saturday, June 30th


9:00am
Outhouse Pride BreakfastOuthouse, 105 Capel Street, Dublin 1.

Start the day on the right foot with a delicious breakfast in a relaxed and welcoming space at Outhouse Café.

10:30am
Pre-Parade Brunch Event: ‘The Party Starts Here’NoLIta, Georges Street, Dublin 1.

Ensure your day is off to a fabulous start & enjoy beats, eats and colourful cocktails.

10:30am
Pride Youth BreakfastYouth Work Ireland, 20 Dominick St Lower

Free BeLonG To and Youth Work Ireland’s annual pre-parade breakfast for young people (aged 14 -23).

12:00pm
The George’s Pride PartyThe George, Great Georges Street, Dublin 1.

After you’re done proudly parading yourself at Dublin Pride, join us as we celebrate until the late AM.

2:00pm
Dublin Pride Parade 2018From Stephen’s Green to Smithfield

The 2018 Dublin Pride Parade will be assembling from 12 noon, and be departing through Dublin from 2pm sharp.

2:00pm
Pantibar All Day Street PartyPantibar, Capel Street, Dublin 1.

Pantibar’s famous all day street party!

3:00pm
GOLD Post Parade PartyOuthouse, 105 Capel Street, Dublin 1.o

Celebrate with us after the parade at our annual post parade party hosted by GOLD. All ages welcome! (non-alcohol event)

4:00pm
Mother Pride Block PartyTivoli Theatre, Francis Street.

The Mother gang is back and throwing another Mother of a Pride Block party.

4:00pm
El Styra’s Pride Pop PartyNealon’s Bar, 165 Capel St

Free Dublin Bears party with DJ El Styra.

4:30pm
Pink / Madonna Tribute – Oscars Smithfield Oscars Café Bar, 6 Smithfield Square, Arran Quay, Dublin 7 

Pink and Madonna tribute act as part of Dublin LGBTQ Pride.

5:30pm
Bukkake Pride Party @ The Grand SocialThe Grand Social, 35 Liffey Street Lower, Dublin 1.

2 room / 8 Dj’s / Outdoor bars & food

6:00pm
George Not Michael – Oscars Smithfield Oscars Café Bar, 6 Smithfield Square, Arran Quay, Dublin 7.

George Michael tribute act as part of the Dublin LGBTQ Pride Festival.

7:30pm
Drop. DRAG. Gorgeous.The Mercantile, Dame Street, Dublin 1.

With high kicks, low blows & lip sync battles on the line up- this is the perfect way to kick start Pride night in the midst of Dublin’s Pride madness.

Opium Dublin are pleased to present this year’s OFFICIAL parade after party with none other than your girl, Samantha Mumba.

7:30pm
Pink / Madonna Tribute – Oscars ChristchurchOscars Café Bar, 16-18 Fishamble Street, Christchurch, Dublin 8.

Pink / Madonna tribute act as part of Dublin LTBTQ Pride.

8:00pm
The Covers: Live Rock & Indie ClassicsStreet 66, Parliament Street, Dublin 1.

A perfect tribute to Morrissey, The Beatles, Van Morrison, The Stones, The Killers, Prince, David Bowie and more. Afterwards, DJ GerBear and Pixie Woo until late.

10:00pm
The Furry Glen – Bear PrideWiley Fox, 28 Eden Quay.

Dublin Bears present Sound House in Wiley Fox with DJ Martin McCann. Special Guest DJ Eddie Kay.

10:00pm
Spinster Pride PartyBad Bobs Temple Bar.

SPINSTER brings you five floors of the LADYZ Pride Party to end all Pride parties at Bad Bobs, Temple Bar.

10:00pm
George Not Michael – Oscars ChristchurchOscars Café Bar, 16-18 Fishamble Street, Christchurch, Dublin 8.

George Michael tribute act as part of the Dublin LGBTQ Pride Festival.

11:00pm
Mother After DarkDistrict 8, Tivoli Theatre.

The Mother of all afterparties inside the Tivoli and District 8 from 11pm to 3am.

Sunday, July 1st


6:00pm
Panti’s Big Gay Cocktail GiveawayPantibar, Capel Street, Dublin 1.

Pantis Big Gay Cocktail Giveaway (it’s NOT bingo) with Panti, Dizzy and Arianna. Accessible on ground floor only (via side entrance, please ask venue for further details).  

9:30pm
Pride Bingo with ShirleyThe George, Great Georges Street, Dublin 1.

Let Shirley Temple Bar and her Bingo Belles nurse those Pride hangovers with some ball-popping Sunday Bingo! You could win big bucks while watching some of Ireland’s most well-loved queens doing what they do best, and no we ain’t talking about drinking, we’re talking about drag! So join us as we wave goodbye to another […]

Saturday, July 14th


12:00pm
Dundalk PrideOutcomers Centre, 8 Roden Place, Dundalk

Dundalk Outcomers have a number of events planned for Pride from Monday July 9, culminating in a family fun day on Saturday July 14.

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