Where Pride Starts
Where Pride Starts catalogues the history of the Dublin Pride March & Parade, from the Fairview March of 1983 that started at Stephen’s Green and went all the way to Fairview Park following the murder of Declan Flynn, right up to today.
A meditation on colonialism, cultural erasure, and recovery in illustrated poetry by Colm Molloy.
A journey in photography from the early days of lockdown to the reopening of LGBTQ+ spaces. It’s a collaboration between the soulmates of Dublin 8, Babs Daly & Veda Lady. The locations are hyper-masculine spaces in D8. The styling is non-binary finery.
A History of the Pride Parade
With illustrations by Neave Alouf, maps by Dave Darcy and text from contributors to GCN, this potted history of Dublin Pride marches, parades and protests charts the social developments of the LGBTQ+ movement in Ireland.
The Diceman Cometh 2021
An exhibition of costumes, memorabilia and art dedicated to one of Dublin Pride’s and Dublin City’s greatest icons, Thom McGinty. With support from The Little Museum of Dublin.
Mon-Sat: 10:30 am – 5:30 pm
Sun: 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm