Winter Pride Dublin

Winter Pride Events

Winter Pride Schedule

Monday, 16 November – Saturday, 21 November #online



Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR) is an annual observance on 20 November that honours the memory of the transgender people whose lives were lost in acts of anti-transgender violence. The week leading up to TDOR is Transgender Awareness Week, and TENI – Transgender Equality Network Ireland – is organis created an exciting programme.

Wednesday, 11 November – Sunday, 22 November #online

Arthouse Art Auction 2020


Outhouse is delighted to announce Arthouse, our inaugural online fundraising event. Arthouse is a live and online contemporary art auction. Arthouse features an eclectic collection of artworks. All artworks are donated in a collective effort to raise much needed funds to Keep Outhouse Open and continue to be a safe space for the LGBT+ community and allies.

Wednesday, 25 November #online

Through a Lens: LGBTQIA+ Art

National Gallery of Ireland

An online self-guided tour to highlight LGBTQIA+ stories and lives in the national collection.

Friday, 27 November @ 11:00 AM #online

GHN25: Building a Future on the Past

Gay Health Network

A series of presentations to mark Gay Health Network’s 25-year celebration, World AIDS Day and the 12th Noel Walsh Memorial. To attend, please register before midnight 22 November. The final programme will be forwarded before or on Wednesday, 25 November.

Tuesday, 1 December @ 1:15 PM #online

Alexander Stuart Boyd’s Oscar Wilde with Kate Drinane

National Gallery of Ireland

Join art historian, Kate Drinane, for a 2-minute video on the life of Oscar Wilde and a sketch of him as a young man by Alexander Stuart Boyd. This talk will be available as a story on the National Gallery of Ireland’s (NGI) Instagram.

Tuesday, 1 December

World AIDS Day

World AIDS Day (WAD) takes place annually on 1 December. The pioneering global health campaign was first initiated by the World Health Organisation (WHO) in 1988. On this day, people around the world unite and show support for people living with and affected by HIV and to remember those who lost their lives to AIDS.

Tuesday, 1 December – Thursday, 31 December @ Filmbase #offline

The Quilt: Echoes & Memories

Queer Culture Ireland & Dublin LGBTQ+ Pride

In collaboration with Queer Culture Ireland we are launching an exciting new exhibition on HIV/AIDS history. “The Quilt: Echoes & Memories” features, among other things, the Irish Names Quilt and will run throughout the month of December at Filmbase in Temple Bar. Click on the link below to learn more.

Wednesday, 27 January – Thursday, 28 January @ Radisson Blu Royal Hotel #online #offline

Pride at Work

Dublin LGBTQ+ Pride

Pride at Work is the annual workplace diversity training, recruitment and education conference brought to you by Dublin LGBTQ Pride. This year we will have a particular focus on adapting to new working conditions caused by Covid19 and the specific challenges LGBTI+ people face.

This will be more than a training conference as we launch our new website,, a permanent resource for LGBTQ+ employers, employees and job seekers and the 2021 Pride Guide to Employment, Training and Recruitment.

Subject to Covid restrictions and guidelines at the time, this is being planned as a hybrid event that will be delivered as 4 modules each day. Participants can take part online, either live or anytime after. Subject to being in level 2 or lower of the national framework for living with Covid, up to 50 people can attend each module in-person at the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel in Dublin.