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‘Yes’.

At The Pearse Centre Theatre, Dublin 2, as part of the International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival, starring, above from left:  Denise Quinn, David Grant, Andrea Cleary and Andy Gallagher.

From May 9 to Mary 14, at 7.30pm, with a matinee on May 14 at 2.30pm.

Madeleine writes:

The majority said one simple word; for a minority that word meant everything. YES captures the excitement, drama and humour of the marriage equality campaign whilst also looking under the surface of what that vote meant.

YES follows four very different campaigners as they share their personal story. Peter, a veteran gay activist; Gina, a straight woman campaigning for her gay son; Laura, a lesbian in a committed relationship; and Josh, a gay student from the country not out to his family.

Buy tickets here

16 thoughts on “Stage Yes

  1. Tony

    Jeez lads, can ye not move on? This was about 4% of the population. Any chance all these do gooders could focus on others with needs? Shelter, food, mental health? or are you going to keep riding this horse forever? Get over it and stop being so selfish.

    1. Clampers Outside!

      Considering the high incidence of mental health issues among the LGBT community, don’t you think a programme of positivism about LGBT acceptance would help those suffering, hmmmmm.

      I’m more concerned with finding out when the the month of ‘Mary’ is, in fairness….. wouldn’t mind a month of Mary meself….. wahey! boom-boom! gerrrup! etc…..

      1. Tony

        Mental health is a universal problem. Travellers, teens, men all suffer from mental health issues in disproportionate ways. But they are not sideburns and pulled pork enough for the odious liberals on here. If you are pretending to care, you should pretend to care for everyone.

        1. Dόn 'The Unstoppable Force' Pídgéόní

          Travellers are less than 1% of the Irish population. It would be too selfish to look at their mental health.

        2. Nigel

          Tony’s got a purity test, a sincerity test, and nobody can pass because it’s Tony’s Test.

  2. The Real Jane

    This is almost a year ago. Too soon, I think, for anyone with a decent ability to remember things that they were present at a short time ago to really be interested.

    Nobody wants to see your wedding pictures for a decade after the day, either. Also, baby pictures. That’s what I’ve learned.

  3. Rob_G

    Not sure that there would be much of a potential audience for this; I campaigned for the ‘Yes’ campaign, and would not have the slightest interest in going to see a play about it.

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