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With the theme Rainbow Revolution, Dublin Pride celebrations will kick off by the time of publication, but lets look at some of the amazing events due to take over the city for the duration of the Festival.

Saturday, June 22

If you’re a history buff you might want to catch Brian Crowley’s A Queer History Tour of Kilmainham Gaol, focusing on the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender prisoners.

Sunday, June 23

Sunday has a jam packed lineup. Dr Mary McAuliffe will lead the Dublin Pride Walking Tour, departing from The George at 2pm.

While Cabbage Patch Park on Kevin Street is the place to be for animal lovers for the very first Pride Dog Show. Hang around afterwards for the Family Fun Sports Day.

Bi+ Ireland will hold their Pride meet up in Street 66 from 3pm for folk to chill and chat.

Later, An Evening With David Norris hosted by Changing Attitude Ireland will take place in The Music Room at Christchurch Cathedral at 6.30pm. Senator Norris will speak about his life, work, and being gay in Ireland from the 1960’s to today.

Monday, June 24

A free mental health workshop – Insight Matters For Your Mental Health will be held in 46 Mountjoy Square South from 4pm.

Tuesday, June 25

Dublin Pride Conference is on in the Radisson Blu, Dublin 8. Entry is free and the conference is for people working or volunteering in the LGBT+ sector or people interested in this area. Later, the Outing Festival Geílí – a ceílí with a gay twist – takes places in Panti Bar, entry is free.

Wednesday, June 26

As our friend from the NXF already mentioned – the NXF Dublin Pride Annual Political Debate will take place in the CHQ at 6.30pm, entry is free.

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Welcome to our biggest and brightest issue of the year - our annual Pride Edition. We made a call out for members of our LGBT+ family to design our cover. All who entered are featured inside, and for the first time ever we have a bumper double cover by artists Gabriel Marques and Day Magee! Inside we round-up all the Prides taking place across Ireland alongside interviews with young people from rural areas who explain Pride’s importance. There’s a conversation between Will St Leger, the Dublin Pride Grand Marshall, and Bruce Coleman, an ACT UP activist who was in New York after Stonewall. There’s a remembrance of the Repeal movement and a feature about the prejudice faced by lesbian women and trans folk in barbershops. GCN also reaches out to the community; chatting to the myriad places where our magazine is delivered. And that’s only the tip of the Pride float. From all at GCN, we wish you a happy, safe and fabulous Pride season!