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Dublin - Event Notice
Saturday December 01 2012
06:00 PM

Queer Thing presents a night of film, music and performance

category dublin | gender and sexuality | event notice author Thursday November 15, 2012 19:33author by Seomra Spraoi Report this post to the editors

Queer Thing presents a night of film, music and performance in Seomra Spraoi - 10 Belvedere Court (off Mountjoy Square)

Queer Thing is a new radical queer group in Dublin. We hope to combine politics and fun, and put on events, workshops, film festivals, etc. We want to foster a radical queer community in Dublin, an alternative to the mainstream gay scene and the (mostly) hetero radical community. We are open to all genders and sexualities, and hope to create a space for thinking about anti-oppression in a context that includes queerness

Doors at 6:00
Film at 7:00
Music at 9:30

€10 waged/€5 unwaged

Queer Thing presents a night of film, music and performance featuring....

Jesus and His Judgemental Father (Leeds' Queerest Pop-Punk) http://jesusandhisjudgementalfather1.bandcamp.com/

Fag Enablerz (Filthy Dublin Punk Rock) http://fagenablerz.bandcamp.com/

PaperDolls (Self-Suspension Performance) http://paperdollsperformance.com/about.php

And the Irish premiere of Swedish queer film She Male Snails (Pojktanten) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O8i5haQ9Jd4

Doors at 6:00
Film at 7:00
Music at 9:30

€10 waged/€5 unwaged

Tasty vegan snacks!
BYOB (no glass bottles please)
Dress to impress!

Seomra Spraoi
10 Belvidere Court
(off Mountjoy Square)

Queer Thing is a new radical queer group in Dublin. We hope to combine politics and fun, and put on events, workshops, film festivals, etc. We want to foster a radical queer community in Dublin, an alternative to the mainstream gay scene and the (mostly) hetero radical community. We are open to all genders and sexualities, and hope to create a space for thinking about anti-oppression in a context that includes queerness.

Contact us at queerthingdublin[at]gmail[dot]com if you are interested in getting involved in the group and coming along to one of our meetings! Or, come along to our first event on 1st December!

https://www.facebook.com/events/455656111151405/

author by Seomra Spraoipublication date Mon Nov 19, 2012 19:34Report this post to the editors

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author by Seomra Spraoipublication date Sun Nov 25, 2012 20:41Report this post to the editors

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