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Lord Mayor’s Address It is my privilege to welcome you all to Cork to celebrate Gay Pride this year. Cork is a proud City and rightly so. The Lonely Planet Guide has listed Cork as one of the top cities in the World. It states ‘Cork is at the top of its game right now: sophisticated, vibrant and diverse, while still retaining its friendliness, relaxed charm and quick-fire wit.’ I am proud of the City’s diverse heritage. Indeed in relation to Gay and Lesbian issues Cork has one of the longest established gay organisations in Ireland and the only lesbian centre in Ireland. Recently the City Council in conjunction with the City Interagency LGBT steering group arranged a LGBT Awareness Week to mark Idaho day. I hope that this awareness week will become a regular event in the life of the City. I congratulate the organisers of Pride Week for the successful organisation of the event. I recognise the contribution of Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual people living and working in the City. Again I welcome all those visiting the City for the Pride festival and hope that you will come back to visit us again soon. Go néirí leis an obair agus go mairfimid beo go dtí an t-am seo arís. Good luck with the work and may we live to be here again next year. Councillor Michael O’Connell Lord Mayor of Cork


Letter From The Chairman We would like to welcome you to the 6th Cork Pride Festival. To those who haven’t experienced Cork Pride before, shame on you! But congratulations on getting here in the end. To those who have partied with us before, you know what to expect... Last years theme was “We are Family”, which not only encompassed the LGBT communities alliance to the myriad of its groups as an inclusive ‘’family”, but also reflected on the fact that everybody has a friend or family member from the LGBT community, and Pride is a celebration of their diversity. This years theme is “Evolution”, and as such, we have decided to highlight, and to celebrate how far the LGBT community has evolved and progressed in a relatively short period of time. From the Decriminalisation of Homosexuality in 1993 to the Equal Status Act of 2000,and finally the Civil Partnership Bill of 2010,which,although a step in the right direction, still doesn’t go far enough, but hopefully will evolve into equality and full marriage, in the very near future. Far from being the marginalised displays they once were, the majority of Pride Festivals have now integrated into the mainstream of society as being a valid, and most importantly, fun way of highlighting LGBT people, and creating better awareness of LGBT issues. This being said, it is also important to keep our identity, and to embrace, and celebrate our diversity. The Cork Pride Festival, which is the largest in the country outside the Capital, attracted over 5000 people last year to the main weekend of festivities. We are justifiably proud of our Parade which has come from humble beginnings many moons ago, when just a few brave souls marched down Patrick Street, in what was a very different Ireland. Finally, I would like to congratulate and thank all of the people who help to make The Cork Pride Festival the brilliant success it is, from the Committee, to the Venues, our Sponsors, Friends and Advertisers (often who are one and the same thing..) Your support is greatly appreciated. Let the party begin! Clive Davis Chairman Cork Pride Committee 2011


Camden Palace Present LGBT films for Pride week Films begin at 8pm, €4 per person Map Ref: A4

Come and celebrate the Opening of the Pride Film Fest in Camden Palace Sat 28th at 7pm

All Welcome Saturday 28th May: Aimée & Jaguar (1999) 125 min - | Drama (Germany) Berlin 1943/44 (“The Battle of Berlin”). Felice, an intelligent and courageous Jewish woman who lives under a false name, belongs to an underground organization. Lilly, a devoted mother of four, though an occasionally unfaithful wife, is desperate for love. An unusual and passionate love between them blossoms despite the danger of persecution and nightly bombing raids. Sunday 29th May: Shake It (2001) 98 min - Drama (Denmark) Jacob is a young man used to getting everything he wants. For several years, he has been living in a happy homosexual partnership with Jørgen, and one night Jacob decides to pop the big question to Jørgen. Jørgen happily accepts Jacobs marriage proposal, but then something happens: Jacob falls in love with a girl, and not just any girl. Monday 30th May: Gendernauts (1999) 87 min - Documentary (Germany) Monika Treut explores the worlds and thoughts of several female to male transgendered individuals. As with Treuts first film, Jungfrauenmaschine, Gendernauts, enters a minority sector of San Francisco culture.


Tuesday 31st May: Saints and Sinners (2004) 80 min - Documentary (US) After living together for seven years in a seemingly accepting community in New York City, Edward DeBonis and Vincent Maniscalco decide to get married. But unlike many other gay couples who formalise their relationship in a domestic union, Vincent and Edward, both devout Catholics, will settle for nothing short of the “Holy Sacrament of Marriage.” Wednesday 1st June: Brother to Brother (2004) 94 min - Drama (US) A drama that looks back on the Harlem Renaissance from the perspective of an elderly, black writer who meets a gay teenager in a New York homeless shelter. Thursday 2nd June: Trembling Before G-d (2001) 80 min - Documentary (Israel) A cinematic portrait of various gay Orthodox Jews who struggle to reconcile their faith and their sexual orientation. Friday 3rd June: Fremde Haut (2005) 97 min - Drama (Germany) The educated Fariba Tabrizi flies from Teheran to Germany expecting to have asylum, since she is persecuted in Iran due to her lesbian relationship with her beloved Shirin. However, her application is denied by the authorities and Fariba has to return to her home country...


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LGBT Pride service at the Princes Street Unitarian Church led by Davey Shanahan. Venue: Princes St. Unitarian Church Time: 11am Adm: Free Map: C3


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Official Pride Launch Opening with speeches, wine & nibbles, Venue: The Other Place Adm: Free

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Official Pride Opening Party Pride Fund-raiser with Shows from Freaks’n Gleeks, Miss Bliss from Limerick & Darragh McGann winner of Chambers Got Extra Talent. Free into Ruby’s afterwards and all money Venue: Chambers Bar taken on door will go to Pride Adm: €5


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Monday 30th Queer as Political Exhibition

In celebration of Cork Pride 2011, Cork Feminista is hosting an art exhibition titled ‘Queer As Political’. Feminist and queer politics have always overlapped, intermingled and struggled with each other. We want to take this opportunity to reflect on Pride’s inspirational history as a political and cultural struggle and the ongoing fight for access to rights, resources and equality that feminists and LGBT communities share. Identifying as ‘queer’ is a transgressive act that challenges the dominant structures and stereotypes. ‘Queer as Political’ explores ways that queer identities are inherently and overtly political.

Runs throughout the week

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Movie Night

Milk The story of Harvey Milk, and his struggles as an American gay activist who fought for gay rights and became California’s first openly gay elected official Venue: Loafers Time: 8:30pm Adm: Free Map: E5

Tuesday 31st Saints and Sinners

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The Lonely Princess

We’ve all been there, being beautiful, intelligent and SINGLE! Fun for all the Queer family. Glitter-na-gig brings his show to The Other Place. Venue: The Other Place Time: 8pm Adm: Free Map: D2

Law Matters

Veronica Foley, Solicitor of Hannon Solicitors, North Gate Bridge, Cork, who has over 18 years experience in family law matters will give a brief talk and answer questions on the general effects of the new Civil Partnership Act (or the Civil Partnership and Certain Rights and Obligations of Cohabitants Act 2010 to give its longwinded title) which commenced in law on 1st January 2011. This Act created the new legal set-up for Civil Partnerships and for the Relationship of Cohabitants in Ireland. Civil Partnership being now created by registration, and the Cohabitant Relationship by the passage of time only. This complex Act brings in a complete new approach to how non-marital relationships are now governed by our laws, and bring many changes unforeseen by the law profession and public at large. It is hoped this talk will bring some clarity to the various issues involved Venue: The Other Place Time: 7:30pm Adm: Free Map: D2


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Texas Hold’em

Pride Annual Texas Hold’em Poker Trophy Venue: Loafers Bar Time: 8pm Map: E5

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Trans issues talk/workshop with Darrin Mathews This talk is open to anyone interested in what it is to be trans*. A short talk will be given by Darrin, a female-to-male transman, followed by any questions you may have. No topic will be off limits and all questions will be welcomed. So come along and have a great trans* time! Venue: The Other Place Time: 3pm Adm: Free Map: D2

Make & Do!!

Grab a group of friends and make hats, flags or noise makers for the parade on Sunday. Check CorkPride.com for more info. Venue: Cork Community Art Link Time: 6pm Adm: Free Map: A3

Brother to Brother

Camden Palace Present LGBT films for Pride week, check page 6 for details Venue: Camden Palace Time: 8pm Adm: €4 Map: B3

Rashenkoti Bellydance group

At its simplest, dance is a language. And Tribal Dance is a modern revival of a very old language, with roots going back as far as ancient Babylon and beyond. Come see this amazing group perform in the cafe Venue: The Other Place Time: 8pm Adm: Free Map: D2

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Wednesday 1st Memorial Service

Pride Memorial Service - including a performance by Choral Con Fusion. The pride flag shall be flying from Shandon Tower again this year! Venue: St Anne’s Church, Shandon Time: 8pm Adm: Free Map: A2


Hang up your Halo with DJ Dave Venue: Chambers Bar Adm: Free

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Pride Pool and Darts Competition Pride Pool and Darts Competition Venue: Loafers Bar Adm:

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Pride festival Ceili

Live music and craic. Always a great night Venue: Realt Dearg Time: 8pm Adm: Free Map: E3


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Transformer Party

Transformer is a theme night in conjunction with Freakscene and Cork Pride, at which guys are encouraged to dress as girls and girls as guys! The night is inspired by Lou Reed’s 1972 album ‘Transformer’, which has cross dressing as a sub-plot and contains such great songs as ‘Walk on the Wild Side’, ‘Perfect Day’ and ‘Satellite of Love’. Bottles of Champagne for the best male and female transformers! Venue: Freakscene Time: 11:30pm Adm: €5 Map: D3

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Come and explore issues affecting people who identify as bisexual in this workshop by Aoife Fitzgibbon-O’Riordan. Venue: The Other Place Time: 7pm Adm: Free Map: D2

Trembling Before G-d

Camden Palace Present LGBT films for Pride week, check page 6 for details Venue: Camden Palace Time: 8pm Adm: €4 Map: B3

LinC youth Lesbian Rap

Come and hear this fresh new act in the cafe Venue: The Other Place Time: 8pm Adm: Free Map: D2

DJ Kate Brennan-Harding

DJ Kate Brennan-Harding one of Loafers favorites Venue: Loafers Bar Time: 8pm Adm: Free Map: E5


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Thursday 2nd Pride Remembrance Service

All welcome, with performances from Mna Mna and Choral con fusion Venue: St Anne’s of Shandon Time: 8pm Adm: Free Map: A2

Uv Party

Pride Uv Party with DJ Dermo. Venue: Chambers Adm: Free

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Come hear the fantastic sounds of Witless, with Loretta Sweeney on lead vocals and guitar, and Donnacha Cunnane on Bass... Venue: The Other Place Time: 9:30pm Adm: Free Map: D2


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BBQ with music, Mixed Event, All Welcome Venue: LinC Time: 6pm Adm: Free Map: E5

The Stonewall riots and Queer Liberation.

Come to the book shop to hear about the origins of Pride, talk by Seán Óg Garland, a gay-rights and civil rights activist and freelance writer based in Belfast Venue: Solidarity Books Time: 7pm Adm: Free Map: E5

Queer as Political Exhibition

The exhibition will be showing as a part of Cork Pride 2011 (29th May – 6th June) in The Other Place, North Main Street, Cork. Please join us for the launch party it will be a fabulous night, with performances by DJ Terasa Jackson and the sensational Lady Grew, and more to be announced. For more info, contact: corkfeminista@gmail.com. Venue: The Other Place Time: 8pm Adm: Free Map: D2


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Friday 3rd Stage Show

Melissa Totten (Europe’s best Madonna tribute act), Rosie Howick & Dancers (Ireland’s Top Kylie Aphrodisiac Experience) and Sheila Duza Blige & Dancers (Corks most Fun Drag Star) present a show you wont forget! Venue: Chambers Bar Time: 9pm Adm: €5 Map: D2

Friday Night Rubys

Friday wouldn’t be Friday without rubys and during pride its no different. Arrive early to avoid ques! Venue: Rubys Time: 10:30pm Adm: €10 Map: D2

Lady Grew

Come see the amazing Hip Hop Performer in the Cafe (parental advisory for explicit content) Venue: The Other Place Time: 9:30pm Adm: Free Map: D2


Presenting Loafers own ABBA-FAB supported By DJ John Broz! Venue: Loafers Bar Time: 9:30pm Adm: Free Map: E5


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Saturday 4th

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Munchkins’ Ball

Family day with kids friendly disco. DJ confirmed and plenty activities for the kids. Venue: The Other Place Time: 2-6pm Adm: Free Map: A1

Sports Day

Come On guys and Gals, get your kit on for the annual sports day. This year we will have a packed schedule which includes 5 a side football, high-heel dash, tops and bottoms race, lipstick relay to mention but a few. You are guaranteed a good laugh. In Mardyke Green opposite U.C.C from 2.30pm with special guests the Dublin Devils! Venue: The Mardyke Green Time: 2:30pm Adm: Free

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The Hunt Returns

2nd Annual treasure hunt hosted by the MeetnGreet team. Run around the city trying to find the answers to questions and clues. Ranging from simple to fiendish, you’ll be kept on your toes. Just for fun. For more info see info@meetngreetcork.com Venue: The Other Place Time: 6pm Adm: €2 Map: C2


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From XFACTOR we bring you Diva Fever live on stage with hosts corks own Lady Marmalade and Little Miss DD & other Guest Appearances. Venue: Chambers Bar Time: 9pm Adm: €10 Map: D2

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Sunday 5th Body Painting workshop

Can’t decide what to wear for the parade? We have seven amazing body painters coming down from Dublin to help make the parade colourful. So come early and get some colour on your birthday suit! Only 7 spaces available so book early! To book mail info@theotherplacecork.com Venue: The Other Place Time: 10am Adm: €10 Map: A2


Mixed Event. All Welcome Venue: The Other Place Adm: Free

Climb Carrauntoohil

Climb Ireland’s highest mountain to celebrate Cork Pride Festival. We will raise the Rainbow Flag and the Cork Pride Flag on the Summit. This event is open to all and is hosted by the Cork Gay Hillwalkers (www.corkgayhillwalkers.com) Please register for this event before Friday 3rd June at hillwalkers@CorkPride.com You will be e-mailed the requirements with regard to assembly points. We will also give you a check list of equipment, ie, clothing and footwear etc. A car pool will operate. Venue: Carrauntoohil Time: 3pm Adm: Free Map: Email for assembly point

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Mixed Event. All Welcome Venue: LinC Adm: Free


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“Man has lost the basic skill of the ape, the ability to scratch its back, which gave it extraordinary independence, and the liberty to associate for reasons other than the need for mutual backscratching...”

Jean Baudrillard

The Parade!! - 3pm - Grand Parade Evolution. Dictionary definition : development, progress This year, we have chosen “Evolution” as the core theme of The Cork Pride Festival Parade. Far from being an academic, Darwinian interpretation of what evolution means (although the further evolution that is apparent looking at Darwin’s theory of Evolution from Ape to Man, and then from knuckle-dragging man to sartorially exquisite gay doesn’t, for some reason, appear in any Natural History books...) our focus, although no less relevant(!) is more entrenched in popular culture.

“Darwinian man, though well behaved, at best is only a monkey shaved...” “It is hard for the ape to believe that he W.S. Gilbert descended from man...” H.L. Mencken different decades from the latter (and most exciting!) part of the 20th century. From the psychedelic fabulousness of Flower Power and The Swinging Sixties, to the sparkling spandex, lurid lurex (and Abba!) of the Seventies, to the positively tasteful leg-warmers, shoulderpads and eyeshadow of the Eighties (and that was just the guys!) Yes, this year, we’re camping it up, with a glittering display of fashion f*** ups...


Special thanks are once again due to our amazingly creative friends at Cork Community Art Links, whose help has been invaluable and inspirational in Artistic Direction, and in creating this amazing visual spectacle. Thanks also to the venues, volunteers, friends, floaters and floatees, without whom none of this would happen.

Decades in all their fabulous, schizophrenic, technicolour glory...

This is Evolution.

Decades that we remember with fondness and a smile...

Decades that we would rather forget, and remember with embarrassment and a grimace...

This is our Time This is Now.

Decades that some of us were not even born in, (although some of us were around for all of them.. you know who you are, and the vitamin E cream is working a treat..!) The floats and groups of this years Parade each represent




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Sunday 5th Loafers Annual Pride BBQ

Kicks off straight after the Parade. One of the highlights of the week with DJs Sinead and Eddie K entertainng you throughout. Venue: Loafers Bar Time: 4pm Adm: Free Map: E5

Sean Rumsey

Youtube sensation Sean Rumsey also from Future Proof XFACTOR 2007, brings his show to Cork for one night in Chambers! Venue: Chambers Bar Time: 11pm Adm: €10 Map: D2

Chill out Sunday

Relax after the Parade with good food, good music and some craic. All Welcome! Venue: The Other Place Time: 4pm Adm: Free Map: D2

Chambers Post-Parade Pints

We open after the Parade and are serving Hot food with special prices for a pint: With sausage and chips at €5. Other food deals also on offer. Venue: Chambers Bar Time: 4pm Adm: Free Map: D2


Synth-Pop band Eden making a big comeback tour of Ireland, with host from Dublin the one and only April Showers Venue: Chambers Bar Time: 10pm Adm: €10 Map: D2


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Chill Out

Relax and unwind after a long week of celebrations. Venue: Loafers Bar Time: 5pm Adm: Free Map: D5


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Social Groups Meet and Greet Meets last Wednesday of every month, the aim of this group is to allow people to meet up, chat in a non drinking environment. In the last few weeks this group have arranged a trip to funder land, table quiz and music quiz. Knitting Group This group meets every Saturday between 2-6, this allows all ages to learn how to knit and interact in a non drinking environment Wild Ensemble Theatre Group This group was set up in 2010; so far they have performed in the cat club for three nights. Waiting on date and name for next show. Check out www.theotherplacecork.com for more information Choral con Fusion Is a LGBTS choir that meets up every Wednesday between 6.15 and 7.45 They will be performing at this year’s pride festival in saint Anne’s of Shandon New Members always welcome €5.00 cons €2.50 LGBT DVD Library service is now in the other place available on Thursday nights between 6- 9pm all welcome DVD cost €1.00 per week.


Positive Group Meets last Friday of every month. This is a support group for HIV Positive men in cork for information contact info@gayprojectcork. com Teni This group meets 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month 7.30pm-9pm, this group acts as a support for the T Community. Cross-dresser group Meets second Tuesday of every month, contact Cathalena for more information 0877545585 Live and Let Live Meet every Wednesday in the other place for more information contact info@theotherplacecork.com Unite Youth Group Meet every Thursday for more information contact info@gayprojectcork.com LGBT Dinning Group This group will be set up in conjunction with Linc, Teni and The other place this groups hopefully will meet some of the need of the 30+ LGBT community within the city and county. Check out www.theotherplacecork.com for more information




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