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The 29th Galway Community Pride Festival kicked off this week and there are still four days to go, of music, comedy, clubnights, discussions, visual art, family fun, as well as the Pride Parade on Saturday afternoon.
THERE IS less than a fortnight to go to the Galway Community Pride Festival, and yet in some ways, Pride has already started, with a host of pre-festival events taking place over the next week.
AHEAD OF August’s Galway Community Pride celebrations, a bingo fundraiser, with cash prizes, music, and entertainment, will take place in Nova, the West End, on Wednesday May 17.
MR PUSSY will be strutting her stuff on the stage of the Róisín Dubh at next week's GASS clubnight, when she hosts the first fundraiser for the Galway Community Pride Festival.
Building on the success of last year’s Galway Pride Festival, local businessman Bruce Henry is returning to lead the event again in 2017.
With events in full swing the Galway Pride Festival is proving to be a great success and it has still got some amazing events coming up.
The Galway Pride Festival returns in August and the festival organisers are calling on the businesses across the city to partner with and support the festival and “tap into the ‘pink pound’.”
The Galway Community Pride Festival will take place this weekend and the event includes a show which takes place tomorrow (Friday) in the Bank of Ireland Theatre beside the College Bar at NUI Galway. Gender Fabulosity is being organised by Galway Pride member Ivan Fahy and is described as a ‘gender liberating fashion show’ which is about people enjoying themselves and expressing themselves in the way they want to, and feel most comfortable.
There is lots to look forward to during this year’s Galway Pride Festival which takes place next weekend. The entertainment begins on Thursday August 13 with Pride Youth Day, which is an alcohol free event in Fr Burke Park and features plenty of amenities for under 18s. The official launch of the festival takes place on Thursday evening in Monroe’s Live at 8pm with all the community invited. Well known local band The Cozy Cartel will provide entertainment on the night with finger food and wine to be served.
Gay rights activist Rory O’Neill, aka Panti Bliss, is heading Down Under to represent Ireland at one of the world’s biggest and most colourful celebrations of gay pride - the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.