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Category Archives: Wexford
. Media Release: 22nd March 2016 EMBARGO: Midnight 21st March All is not well: ground-breaking report shows higher levels of self-harm and attempted suicide among young LGBTI people The LGBTIreland Report, being launched today … Continue reading
When: 9 April at 20:30 Where: Wexford Arts Centre The Cornmarket, Wexford, Wexford, Ireland Tickets: wexfordartscentre.ticketsolve.com €15.00 Returning to WAC, vocalist Maria Walsh and pianist, saxophonist Carole Nelson promoting their new album The Art of Happy Accidents with their unique … Continue reading
With just two weeks until Valentines Day, it’s time to start thinking how to make the ones you love feel special. Perhaps the most important component to Valentine’s Day is the card. While most people opt out and run to … Continue reading
Rough Magic Theatre have a play on at the moment called How to Keep an Alien, by Sonia Kelly, about a lesbian couple trying to get a work visa for one of the partnership. This show is on tour across Ireland and is apparently really funny. According to Rough Magic, it also should be of interest to anyone with an interest in civil rights/LGBT equality.
It’s playing in the Wexford Arts Centre | 13 – 14 November | €15/€13 | http://www.wexfordartscentre.ie/
Here’s more information: www.roughmagic.ie/Shows/What-s-on/How-to-Keep-an-Alien.
By the way, Rough Magic have another play (a musical, no less!) coming up, The Train, about the women who went by train to Belfast in the 1970s to get contraceptives. It will run from 6-11 October at the Project Arts Centre in Dublin.