Dublin Pride Hub 18-19 Duke Street Dublin 2

Located in 18-19 Duke Street at the heart of the city centre, the Dublin Pride Hub is much more than a store; it is a vibrant expression of our queer community.

The ground floor is a store and exhibition space, housing the powerful Living exhibition by GCN and HIV Ireland along with a massive selection of flags and pride merchandise, as well as merchandise concessions from Colm Molloy, GCN, House of Dapper, PozVibe Podcast, Project Trans Bootcamp and This Is Pop Baby.

Descending the stairs, lined with banners from REWIND<FASTFORWARD>RECORD, a national initiative exploring local LGBTQ+ histories and representation to expand their retelling and relevance through artistic interpretation, the basement is a buzzing community space, with board games and comfy couches for the community to mingle in as well as a stage and performance space for events.


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Of course, Dublin Pride are out in full, fabulous force in our Pride Hub! With a massive selection of flags, badges and gorgeous T-shirts to represent Pride your way!

Colm Molloy

Illustrator and graphic designer Colm Molloy has been designing the thematic graphics for Dublin Pride since 2015, take him home on a fun graphic tee or one of his opulent queer prints on heavy linen card.

GCN (Gay Community News) is Ireland’s national monthly free gay magazine. Selling a huge range of T-shirts, caps, beanies, pins and badges as well as iconic prints and postcards, and roomy totes to take it all home.

House of Dapper
House of Dapper is a queer, local, woman-run company & sister to Dapper Doggies. With a variety of Pride themed products specialising in jewellery and apparel for the LGBTQIA+ community and allies and a range of fandom products, they also take custom orders if you want something really personal.

Poz Vibe Podcast is a podcast for people living with HIV, their friends , family and allies.

They offer a safe place to share the stories of our HIVIPs – come on in!

Support the project and fight stigma with one of their gorgeous T-s or a pin badge designed by Lavender or their special collaboration with Mundo Moo.

ProjecTrans Bootcamp is a personal development project sponsored by Dublin LGBTQ+ Pride and created to support Trans-Femme people on the journey to transitioning. Originally devised in London by Rebecca Tallon De Havilland, she is taking this hugely successful programme to Ireland. The iconic logo is based on the transformation allegories of The Little Mermaid and of the metamorphoses of a butterfly. Available on glorious softstyle ringspun T-shirts, a vibrant pink tote and pin badges.

THISISPOPBABY is a theatre and events production company that rips up the space between popular culture, counter culture, queer culture and high art – providing both a vehicle for their associate artists’ dreams and an electrifying access point to the arts. Their range of merchandise comes from their iconic shows