Project Arts Centre presents



Dates: 28 Jul - 02 Aug

Show Time: Various times

Tickets: €10


A wild and varied mix of the best lesbian and gay cinema from around the world. From feature dramas and documentaries, to comedies, musicals and short films, Gaze will be pushing the boundaries and redefining Queer with its most diverse programme to date.

Sexy, shocking, sad and stylish Gaze has it all. Join us, the drag queen usherettes and popcorn sellers for a weekend of Queer cinema that will keep you glued to your seat, or have you rolling in the aisles. Award-wining films and Irish premieres, your chance to catch many films that will never be seen on cinema screen in Ireland again.

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