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Friday, May 31st


9:00am

The festival will include Soapbox sessions, storytelling, trans history talks, mental health workshops, film evenings and much, much more.

Saturday, June 8th


9:00am
Union Cup Dublin 2019DCU, Dublin.

Europe’s biggest LGBT+ inclusive rugby tournament

Saturday, June 15th


11:30am
Outhouse Mental Health & Wellbeing DayOuthouse, 105 Capel Street, Dublin 1.

From Zumba class to Chef Clair talking about healthy eating to Outhouse Soapbox Session.

Sunday, June 16th


6:00pm
Dublin Gay Men’s Chorus – Summer CAMP!St Ann's Church of Ireland, Dawson Street, Dublin 2.

The Dublin Gay Men’s Chorus decided this summer we would camp it up a little with a mix of traditional Irish pieces and some the “Gays” and allies will know very well.

Tuesday, June 18th


6:30pm
Recognising Rainbow Families (LGBT Ireland & Lesbian Lawyers Network)A&L Goodbody, IFSC, North Wall Quay, Dublin 1.

Exploring the current legal challenges facing LGBT+ families in Ireland.

Thursday, June 20th


1:00pm
Insight Matters PodcastInsight Matters, Mountjoy Centre, Dublin 1 .

Dil Wickremasinghe and Anne Marie Toole will host a lively and fresh discussion about mental health with an array of colourful guests.

3:00pm
EPIC LGBTQ+ ToursThe Irish Emigration Museum, Custom House Quay, Dublin 1.

Discover Ireland from the outside in through the stories of the people who left and the culture they brought with them, highlighting non-binary stories from the museum.

5:00pm
Dublin LGBTQ Pride Festival Opening EventThe George, Great Georges Street, Dublin 1.

Join us for the official opening event of Dublin LGBTQ Pride Festival.

6:00pm
Hirschfeld Centre Commemorative Plaque10 Fownes Street, Dublin 2.

Plaque unveiling ceremony.

6:30pm
Different Families, Same Love Awards (INTO LGBT+)Teachers' Club, 6 Parnell Square W, Rotunda, Dublin 1.

The INTO LGBT+ Teachers’ Group are delighted to announce the return of the Different Families, Same Love competition for May 2019.

Friday, June 21st


1:30pm
The Pride Rebel Tour (June 21st, 22nd & 28th)The GPO, O'Connell Street, Dublin 1.

To celebrate Dublin LGBTQ+ Pride 2019, join us for a special guided tour celebrating the diversity of the women and men that took part in Ireland’s struggle for social freedom and justice.

7:30pm
Dublin Pride Run 2019Acres Road, Phoenix Park

The annual 5K run through Phoenix Park is back for the 2019 festival.

Saturday, June 22nd


10:00am
A Queer History Tour of Kilmainham GaolKilmainham Gaol, Kilmainham.

This special tour Kilmainham Gaol will focus on the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender prisoners associated with the building.

12:00pm
Homo Conscious Pride eventOuthouse, 105 Capel Street, Dublin 1.

Homo Conscious takes place in Outhouse on Saturday June 22nd from 12 – 6 p.m. Homos who participate can choose between a variety of different workshops where they can explore areas such as conscious touch, breathwork, and yoga.

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

Annual soccer match in celebration of Dublin LGBTQ Pride.

3:00pm
EPIC LGBTQ+ ToursThe Irish Emigration Museum, Custom House Quay, Dublin 1.

Discover Ireland from the outside in through the stories of the people who left and the culture they brought with them, highlighting non-binary stories from the museum.

3:00pm
Speed Friending with LGBTQ+ 20’s – 30’s LadiesOuthouse, 105 Capel Street, Dublin 1.

Who would be better to run a speed friending event than Ireland’s most successful MeetUp group of LGBTQ+ women?

Sunday, June 23rd


2:00pm
Pride Dog Show 2019Cabbage Patch Park, Kevin St., Dublin 8.

One of the best days of the year it is going to be sunny in Cabbage Patch Park where communities come together.

2:00pm
Dublin Pride Family Fun Sports DayCabbage Patch Park, Kevin St., Dublin 8.

Balloon Modelling, Races, Face Painting, Magic Show, Music with DJ Ger Plus, Old school sports day events Egg & Spoon Race, Sack Race, Drag Race and lots more Bring a game you love to play.

3:00pm
Bi+ Ireland Pride Meet UpStreet 66, Parliament Street, Dublin 1.

Come and chill with us and play some board games. Event is open to all those that fall under the bi umbrella along with their friends and family.

3:00pm
EPIC LGBTQ+ ToursThe Irish Emigration Museum, Custom House Quay, Dublin 1.

Discover Ireland from the outside in through the stories of the people who left and the culture they brought with them, highlighting non-binary stories from the museum.

Monday, June 24th


1:15pm
Constance Markievicz and Eva Gore-Booth: Sisters and FightersShaw Room, National Gallery of Ireland, Merrion Square, Dublin 2.

Join Kate Drinane, from the Gallery’s Education team, for a free lunchtime talk focused on the life and work of Constance Markievicz and Eva Gore-Booth.

2:30pm
LGBTQIA+ Tour of the National CollectionNational Gallery of Ireland, Merrion Square, Dublin 2.

Join one of the Gallery’s highly trained tour guides for a free tour exploring the LGBTQIA+ works in the Gallery’s permanent collection.   

4:00pm
Insight Matters For Your Mental Health46 Mountjoy Square South, Dublin 1.

Free mental health workshop entitled “Insight Matters For Your Mental Health” Dil Wickremasinghe and Anne Marie Toole will host.

6:00pm
An Evening with David NorrisThe Music Room, Christchurch Cathedral, Dublin 8

Ireland’s pioneering public figure whose challenge to the Irish state led to the decriminalisation of homosexuality, speaks about his life, work and being gay in the 60s, 70s, 80s & 90s Ireland.

9:00pm
Win, Lose or Drag Pride BlowoutThe George, Great Georges Street, Dublin 1.

Kick-start your Pride week with The George’s Monday drag game show Win, Lose or Drag.

Tuesday, June 25th


9:30am
Dublin LGBTQ+ Pride Conference 2019The Radisson Blu Hotel, Golden Lane, Dublin 8.

Dublin LGBTQ Pride is delighted to be hosting the first ever Pride Community Conference in Ireland.

1:15pm
William Orpen’s Portrait of the Vere Foster FamilyPrints and Drawings Reading Room, National Gallery of Ireland, Merrion Square, Dublin 2.

Join Iain Wynne-Jones, from the Gallery’s Library and Archives team, for a free lunchtime talk focused on William Orpen’s Portrait of the Vere Foster Family.

2:30pm
LGBTQIA+ Tour of the National CollectionNational Gallery of Ireland, Merrion Square, Dublin 2.

Join one of the Gallery’s highly trained tour guides for a free tour exploring the LGBTQIA+ works in the Gallery’s permanent collection.   

7:00pm
Drag + Draw with Bonnie Ann ClydeStreet 66, Parliament St., Dublin 2.

An informal event and will be very suitable for drawing beginners.

9:00pm
The Outing Festival Geílí at Dublin PridePantibar, Capel Street, Dublin 1.

Our annual Ceílí with an LGBTQ twist!

10:30pm
Dolly’s Show Tunes Pride SpecialThe George, Great Georges Street, Dublin 1.

Join Dolly Grip for a sensational show featuring well-known anthems from stage and screen.

Wednesday, June 26th


1:15pm
Gerald Dillon and Patrick Scott: Lives of Gay Artists in 20th Century IrelandRoom 15, National Gallery of Ireland, Merrion Square, Dublin 2.

Join Aoife Convery, from the Gallery’s team of highly trained tour guides, for a free lunchtime talk focused on the work of gay artists Patrick Scott and Gerard Dillon.

1:15pm
RIDE4PRIDE -Spin ClassSports & Fittness Markievicz Centre, Luke St, Dublin 2.

Dublin City Council host these events with all proceeds going to BelongTo Youth services. They are open to all to attend. Classes are fun fitness and cater for all levels. There are limited places available. Activities are open to all over 16 years of age to attend.

2:30pm
LGBTQIA+ Tour of the National CollectionNational Gallery of Ireland, Merrion Square, Dublin 2.

Join one of the Gallery’s highly trained tour guides for a free tour exploring the LGBTQIA+ works in the Gallery’s permanent collection.

6:30pm
NXF Dublin Pride Annual Political DebateCHQ, Custom House Quay, Dublin 1.

Adam Long of the National LGBT Federation (NXF) will once again be joined by a panel comprising of leading social and political thinkers to discuss and debate how best to advance LGBT equality in this year of significant anniversaries – 50 years since the Stonewall Riots gave birth to the global LGBT Pride movement and 40 years since the foundation of the National LGBT Federation here in Ireland.

7:00pm
Movie Night with Girls Night InOuthouse, 105 Capel Street, Dublin 1.

Join Girls Night In for a special screening of ‘Outitude’ a documentary, documenting Irish Lesbian herstories. Director Sonya Mulligan and Producer Geraldine Moane will be in attendance.

8:00pm
Pool Party – Aqua FitSports & Fitness Markievicz Centre, Luke St, Dublin 2.

Dublin City Council host these events with all proceeds going to BelongTo Youth services.

11:00pm
Veda Lady presents: Strictly Pole Dancing Pride EditionThe George, Great Georges Street, Dublin 1.

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

Thursday, June 27th


1:15pm
Queer Art Movement, Where Is It?Portrait Gallery, National Gallery of Ireland, Merrion Square, Dublin 2.

Join Stephen Doyle, contemporary artist who features in the Gallery’s Zurich Portrait Prize 2018, for a free lunchtime talk focused on contemporary Queer art in Ireland.

2:30pm
LGBTQIA+ Tour of the National CollectionNational Gallery of Ireland, Merrion Square, Dublin 2.

Join one of the Gallery’s highly trained tour guides for a free tour exploring the LGBTQIA+ works in the Gallery’s permanent collection.   

6:00pm
Pride Week Film Screening: Movie ‘Pride’Ballyroan Library, Rathfarnham, Dublin 14, D14 XY75.

Free screening of the LGBTQ+ film.

7:00pm
Recognising and Challenging Sexual Harassment of LGBTQIA+ Women*The Tara Building, 11 - 15 Tara Street, Dublin 2.

Join Dublin Lesbian Line in the gorgeous surroundings of The Tara Building for a night of activism and empowerment as we launch the findings from the first ever Irish research project into sexual harassment of LGBTQIA+ Women*. Featuring music from Molly Sterling and other guests. 

8:00pm
The Ladies of Llangollen: Eleanor Butler and Sarah PonsonbyParade Tower, Kilkenny Castle, Kilkenny.

This talk by Lori Moriarty, Laois County Library, will explore the story of the Ladies of Llangollen, two aristocratic women who left the homes of their families at Kilkenny Castle and Woodstock house to build a life together in Romantic solitude in Wales.

9:00pm
Rainbow VinylStreet 66, Parliament St. Dublin 2.

Aoife Nic Canna & Kate Brennan Harding on the decks.

11:00pm
Davina Devine’s Thirsty Thursday Pride SpecialThe George, Great Georges Street, Dublin 1.

Davina Devine and her very glamorous girls will be in The George for Thirsty Thursday, slaying the stage for your entertainment from 11 pm.

Friday, June 28th


1:15pm
Rosa Bonheur’s A StagRoom 2, National Gallery of Ireland, Merrion Square, Dublin 2.

Join Jennifer Duffy, from the Gallery’s team of highly trained tour guides, for a free lunchtime talk focused on the work of French artist Rosa Bonheur.

2:30pm
LGBTQIA+ Tour of the National CollectionNational Gallery of Ireland, Merrion Square, Dublin 2.

Join one of the Gallery’s highly trained tour guides for a free tour exploring the LGBTQIA+ works in the Gallery’s permanent collection.   

6:00pm
Booty Camp – BootCampDublin City Council Amphitheater

Fun fitness event with all proceeds going to BelongTo Youth services.

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

We all love Pride and the events can be full of fun and laughter. For those of us with alcohol issues however, Pride events can be testing. There is an opportunity for anyone who may have a concern about their drinking to come to an open public meeting of the LGBT Group of Alcoholics Anonymous.

9:00pm
FUR @ Adelphi – Dublin Bear Pride52 Middle Abbey St, North City, Dublin 1.

In association with Dublin Bear Pride. Featuring DJ El Styra.

9:00pm
Glitterbomb Pre-Pride Party with Gok WanThe George, Great Georges Street, Dublin 1.

Get your pre-pride celebrations started right with some banging tunes from the one and only GOK WAN!

10:00pm
DiscothequeStreet 66, Parliament St., Dublin 2.

Pixie Woo and guests from 10pm. 80’s and 90’s disco hits mixed with all time Pop classics.

11:30pm
Mockie Ah: Dublin Pride Vogue BallThe Workman's Club, Dublin 2.

Ireland’s biggest drag haus Mockie Ah are bringing their Vogue Ball to Dublin this Pride!

Saturday, June 29th


10:00am
OutHouse Pride BreakfastOuthouse, 105 Capel Street, Dublin 1.

The annual Pride breakfast returns for 2019.

11:00am
Find Your Pride BuddyOuthouse, 105 Capel Street, Dublin 1.

Our cosy library will become a friendly space for you to make new connections and meet people you can enjoy the day with.

12:00pm
Pride Day @ The GeorgeThe George, Great Georges Street, Dublin 1.

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

12:00pm
Street 66 Pride + LoveStreet 66, Parliament St. Dublin 2.

Street 66 Pride party, all day long.

12:00pm
Pride Village 2019Merrion Sq., Dublin.

Join us for the biggest LGBT+ outdoor Pride Village, Family zone, Pride Main Stage with speeches to specials guests and performers for all the family, food vendors, community areas, Pride shop, face painters, children play area and lots more.

12:30pm
Dublin Bears Pride FloatParnell Square, Dublin 1.

Join the bears at the Dublin Pride Parade

1:00pm
Dublin Pride Parade 2019O'Connell Street to Merrion Square

The 2019 Dublin Pride Parade will be assembling from 12 noon, and be departing through Dublin at 1.00pm.

2:00pm
Panti Bar & Penny Lane Street PartyNorth Strand St., Dublin 1

PANTIBAR’S FAMOUS FREE ALL-DAY PRIDE STREET PARTY!!

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

Celebrate with Outhouse after the parade at our annual post-parade party hosted by GOLD (A Non-alcohol event).

4:00pm
Mother Pride Block Party 2019National Museum of Ireland, Arran Quay, Dublin 1.

On Saturday, June 29th we’re doubling in size and throwing the biggest Pride Block Party this country has ever seen.

4:00pm
El Styra’s Pride Pop PartyJack Nealons, Capel St, Dublin 1.

Celebrating 10 years of Pride in Jack Nealon’s, Auntie El returns for her annual marathon of classic camp pop, queer disco, thumping hi-NRG (and whatever else takes her fancy after seven gin & tonics).

4:00pm
Rio Brazilian PartyCommercial Rowing Club (Longmeadows, Islandbridge, Dublin 8 - near to Phoenix Park)

For the very first time in Dublin, the Rio Brazilian Party is coming on the 29th of June for its Gay Pride Edition. Created by two friends from Rio de Janeiro, the event brings Dublin all the happiness and beauty from that fantastic Brazilian city.

7:00pm
Victoria & Davina’s Pride PartyVicar Street, Dublin 7.

Dublin Drag Queen powerhouses Victoria Secret and Davina Devine return with their annual ‘Pride POP-Up Party’.

8:00pm

Curated by Lost & Sound Subversive Cabaret From Belfasts Queertopia Special Guests Kate Brennan Harding & Claire Beck Lost & Sound til Late. Lost Lane Is Proud to support Dublin Pride & LGBTQ+ community organisations.

9:00pm
Furry Glen & Dublin Bears @ AdelphiAdelphi, 52 Middle Abbey St, North City, Dublin 1.

Dublin Bear Pride with DJ Martin McCann.

10:00pm
SPINSTER – Pride LADYZ PartyBad Bobs,Temple Bar, Dublin 2.

SPINSTER brings you the Pride LADYZ party to end all Pride parties at Bad Bobs.

10:00pm
Profile Pride 2019Tramline, 21 D'Olier St. Dublin 2.

6 years of great parties and this years party is going to be no different. What we have lined up for you will be BIGGER, BETTER and even more jaw-dropping than before.

10:00pm
Bukkake Dublin Pride at OpiumOpium, Wexford Street, Dublin 2.

You cant have Dublin Pride without Bukkake right? We have 8, yep EIGHT DJ’s for you on the night. It’s gonna be TROPIC!

11:00pm
Grace #4 – QUEER RaveThe Sound House Eden Quay, Dublin 1.

Techno night. Grace provides a safe and free space for LGBTQ+ people to be themselves without judgement.

Sunday, June 30th


12:00pm
PROFILE presents MALE WORLD TOURProfile Dublin, 21 D'Olier Street, Dublin 2.

We are happy to announce our partnership with MALE Party Cologne as they bring their WORLD TOUR to Dublin for the first time with an amazing International DJ line-up.

2:30pm
LGBTQIA+ Tour of the National CollectionNational Gallery of Ireland, Merrion Square, Dublin 2.

Join one of the Gallery’s highly trained tour guides for a free tour exploring the LGBTQIA+ works in the Gallery’s permanent collection.

9:00pm
The George Pride Closing PartyThe George, Great Georges Street, Dublin 1.

Finish off Pride week with a big celebration as Bingo with Shirley Temple Bar turns 22.

10:00pm
Sunday Social Dublin Pride: Wrap PartyFarrier & Drape, 59 William Street South, Dublin 2.

What better way to draw things to a close, than with the wrap party to end ALL wrap Parties! Happening at Farrier & Draper on South William st on SUNDAY 30th June, it promises to be TROPIC! Apart from the 3 fabulous rooms upstairs, we will also be opening our sweaty basement for even more […]

Monday, July 1st


7:30pm
Casa Valentina by Harvey Fierstein – July 1st – 8thTeacher’s Club, 36 Parnell Square West, Dublin.

A thought-provoking play about the past, infused, as you’d expect from the writer of Hairspray and Kinky Boots.

Saturday, July 6th


2:00pm
Trans Pride Dublin 2019 (Break the Binary)Garden of Remembrance, Dublin 1.

This year Trans Pride Dublin are taking to the streets again, it’s time that we liberate ourselves from oppressive gender roles and norms.

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