QueerMania presents: The Anti Valentine's Ball!


QueerMania presents: The Anti Valentine’s Ball!

Early Show

Early Show, Emerging talent, Irish acts, Local talent, Pop, Queer, Tribute,

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QueerMania is an LGBTQ+ event night showcasing ALL forms of Queer Talent! As featured on RTÉ, GCN and TheJournal.ie! Hosted by Jack O'Connor, Dylan Jordan and Nikkie Stones, QueerMania has a mix of Queer Talent and is guaranteed to be an amazing night with some fabulous acts! This event is gonna be all you single gals that may be feeling a bit down after Valentine's Day, because this show is all about living up the single life! There may be a heartbreak tune or two but this show will all be about celebrating being single! The couples are obviously welcome too, but just keep in mind this is an Anti-Valentine's Day event so don't be too loved up! This show will feature Jack, Dylan and Nikkie alongside Nara Hope, Daphne With A D, Jack Madden, Scarlett Van Tassel and Lucy Grier! This will be an 18+ event, ID may be required upon entry.

Event Terms:

Strictly Over 18s | ROAR | ID Required | No Refunds

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