From community celebrations to hot guys on parade, Paddy’s Day shenanigans to queer shows on the Limerick Fringe, here’s our ultimate line-up of queer stuff to do this March!
March 3: Dragged Up – Raven & JuJu Bee
Reforming the legendary Ru Paul’s All Stars duo, Rujubee, Raven and Jujubee stop off in Dublin as part of their first ever European tour, at Dublin’s The Hangar, tickets here.
March 4: Glória’s 21st Anniversary
Hosted by Anna Nolan with special guests the Dublin Gospel Choir, The Line Up, The Homonics and Dublin Gay Men’s Chorus, plus a four course meal and dancing, it’ll be a night to remember, tickets here.
March 4: Mr Gay Ireland
The 12th Mr Gay Ireland Final goes to Chambers in Cork, with contestants raising funds for HIV and the new fill service in St James’ Hospital. Find out more here.
March 14: X Factor Live Tour 2017
Clock your eyes on lesbian runner up Saara Alto (pictured above), among others at the 3Arena, tickets here.
March 16 Paddy’s Emo Eve
The kidz are alright as queer student club Prhomo injects a little emo rock into their set for Paddy’s eve, complete with great drinks promos at The Hub in Dublin’s Temple Bar.
March 16: Cat Power
The queer-loved singer songwriter brings her tuneful melodies to Vicar Street, tickets €30 here.
March 17 & 18: Al Porter At Large
Be-suited funny guy Porter leaves ’em laughing in the aisles at Vicar Street this month, tickets from €25 here.
March 24: Dragged Up – Tatianna & Chi Chi
Former Ru Paul’s Drag Race contestants Tatianna and Chi Chi Devayne bring some mischief to The Hanger in Dublin, tickets here.
March 24 Austra
GCN faves Austra bring their Future Politics tour to The Button Factory, Dublin, €22.50, tickets here.
March 30 John In Heels
This powerful monologue about the journey towards escaping notions of normal is part of the Limerick Fringe (March 30 to April 1), at No’1 Pery Square, 10.30pm, www.limerickfringe.com