Online Event with Dr Patrick McDonagh: Gay and Lesbian Activism In Ireland

Dr Patrick McDonagh

For Pride Month, we wanted to ensure that we had an online event that would be of interest to all our members and their friends. As they say, to know where you’re going, you have to know where you’ve come from.

That’s why we’re delighted to announce that author of ‘Gay and Lesbian Activism in the Republic of Ireland 1973-93‘, Dr Patrick McDonagh, will join us to chat about ‘Dr. Patrick McDonagh author of ‘Gay and Lesbian Activism in the Republic of Ireland’, will discuss The Rise of Pride in Ireland in 70s & 80s’ on June 21st at 8pm.

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Patrick Curran R.I.P.

Friends, we just found out the sad news that our friend and previous Treasurer of the London Irish LGBT Network has died.

Our current Treasurer, Joseph Healy remembers Patrick.

L-R: Patrick Curran R.I.P, Former Ambassador to Great Britain, Daniel Mulhall.

Patrick Curran, who was the Treasurer of the Network died in April of this year but I have only recently heard of his untimely death. Patrick came from near Kells in County Meath and, like many of us, had been living in London since the 1980s. He joined the committee in 2018 and became Treasurer and took part in several social activities with the Network.

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Event: Meet up at London LGBTQ Community Centre

London Irish LGBT Network would like to invite you to an informal Saturday afternoon get-together at London LGBTQ Centre on Saturday 11th June at 3pm.

It’s a chance for our group, friends and allies to come together in a relaxing environment and in an environment where there doesn’t need to be alcohol involved.

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Event // LGBTQ Walking Tour of London’s Soho

LGBTQ WAlking Tour OF Soho, London

Date for your diary, or maybe the ideal event to bring a date??

Join London Irish LGBT Network on May 14th for a walking tour of Gay Soho with historian, Mark T Cox.

This will be a great opportunity to get out and meet each other, learn something new about the place where we live, and have a bit of fun!

The tour will kick off at 3pm sharp, no messing about, and there will be a charge of £10 per person which will be payable on the day.

Once you sign up for the event, we will give you a meeting point and a telephone number to contact us on the day.

As always, we strive to ensure that our events are a safe space for our LGBTQ community and friends. In order to do this, we ask that you register for the event beforehand. You can read our privacy policy here.

You can book directly on Eventbrite.