Road to Equality Exhibition

On May 2015 the people of Ireland made history by voting Yes in the marriage referendum and Ireland became the first country in the world to introduce marriage equality by public vote. Our road to equality started long before this, however, and doesn’t end here…

The exhibition and talk will showcase portraits and stories from our shared LGBT history and pay tribute to some of the people who helped bring about change on the road to equality.

Bank of Ireland, College Green, Dublin 2

June 20th-June 25th 2016

Rebel Rebel with Suffragette City

Join us for our Pride Preview – Rebel Rebel with Suffragette City (formerly Dyke Night). 3 floor of DJ’s, fun, entertainment and prizes with your hosts Jez and Seán.


All proceeds will be donated to help the families and victims of the horrific Orlando Pulse Night Club shooting.

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If you also wish to make a donation, visit here

Official Pride Guide 2016

Click here to view the 2016 Dublin Pride Guide.

  • 4-6: Welcome and Introductions
  • 8: In Glasnevin – Jane Clarke
  • 12-14: Good bye star man – Kate Brennan Harding
  • 16: Regional pride listings
  • 18: Out On The Hills – David Caron
  • 20-22: Noise and Vision – Mark McCarron and Eloise McInerney
  • 24: Under Pressure – Clodagh Leonard
  • 27-50: Parade route and event listings
  • 51-53: From The Outside In – Helen and Philippa Ryder
  • 54-56: The Marriage Rebels – Dr. Lorraine Mancey-O’Brien
  • 58: The Quiet Revolution – Alan Edge
  • 60: The Trouble With 1916 – Alan Edge