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EDEN @ The Junction Nightclub,
(Above An Pucan)
Forster Street,
Galway

Friday 19th June
DJ Karo spins the best
Commercial / Funky / Electro House

Fresh from Poland (well 4 years ago) Krazy Karo has been a regular on the club scene in Ireland… when not kicking it on the dancefloor, her kicking tunes have been a regular at parties throughout Galway. Known for her funky style and sexy smile DJ Karo promises to bring a fresh alternative to the club scene in the west. Playing a collection of chart, classic club and house music DJ Karo says if you’re not up dancing or getting busy by the end of the night – you’re in the wrong place!
http://www.bebo.com/KaroKorwel

€7 before 12 on Friday with Valid Student ID/Eden Member’s Card/Eden Text. Complimentary Shot of vodka while stocks last.

Saturday 20th June
“Now Thats What I Call A 90’s Night”
DJ Sean Feeney spins everything you loved from the decade that brought you: Take That, Spice Girls, 5ive, Venga Boys, 2 Unlimmited, Blur, Oasis, Baby D, N-Trance, Backstreet Boys

Dj Sean Feeney has been Dj’ng with Eden Experience since august 08. Started by mixing music on his laptop and now serving music across clubs and pubs in galway. Along side with Dj Rodge he picked up the guts of dj’ing and turned it into his own style which has become a love to clubbers of Galway. His main music interest is anything that can get a crowd going. All time favourite song is Around the world by Daft Punk. Dj Phoenix’s influences are Calvin Harris, Armand Van Heldan, Chemical Brothers, Laidback Luke, Marco V, Prodigy, Basement Jaxx and a bit of Hip hop, Mary J Blige, buba sparxx
http://www.bebo.com/Dj_Phoenix

EDEN @ The GlassHouse Hotel,
(www.TheGlassHouse.ie)
Sligo city.

Saturday 27th June
Pioneer Pro DJ Tonic on the decks
spins the best
Chart / Pop & Funky House

After a relentless struggle with intensive science courses in high school, Phinit AKA Tonic discovered that his real passion lay in the Arts! Following on from that, be began his study of Communication Arts in UTCC and began to develop his skills in Radio and Television Production. Combining his talents and abilities in Club DJing, self taught since the age of 15 with his passion for electronic music, Tonic built a strong reputation in the club scene of his home city of Bangkok. His founding membership with the Pioneer Pro DJ Team in 2002 provided him with the opportunity to share his passion for music and his skills on the decks with local and international DJ’s.
http://www.bebo.com/dondjtonic

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adrianandshane_limited_edition_bag_printJust answer this question:

Where is Adrian + Shane’ new exhibition taking place?

  1. The Front Lounge
  2. The Front Room
  3. The Front Face

E-mail your answer to thecosmo@rte.ie, and the winner will be announced on next week’s show!! Good luck!


As well as chatting to Adrian + Shane, Scott chats to Vickey Curtis and Áine McKevitt, two performers of the quartet that is “Victor + Gord, Michael + Ali,” which is part of the Queer Notions festival, taking place as part of this year’s Dublin Pride.

Victor + Gord, Michael + Ali

Victor + Gord, Michael + Ali

Vickey and Áine tell Scott of their performance, how it’s evolved and how they hope the audience will react!

Want to go??? Scott has a pair of tickets to the show to give away! Tune in tomorrow (17th June) and answer Scott’s competition question!

The Cosmo with Scott De Buitléir – Wednesdays from 8pm on RTÉ Pulse.


This week on The Cosmo, Scott De Buitléir talks to gay artist duo, Adrian + Shane.

Adrian + Shane

Adrian + Shane

Adrian + Shane launch their New Work exhibition in the Front Lounge on Parliment Street, Dublin 2, from this Thursday 18th June.  Scott asks about their inspiration, their style and why they decided to work as one artist since 1998.

The Cosmo with Scott De Buitléir – Wednesdays from 8pm (GMT) on RTÉ Pulse!

Pssss – wanna win one of their pieces, FOR FREE?


The following post was originally published on the LGBT Community Forum, QueerID. The original post (and any replies) can be read by clicking here.

Hey all, Scott here!

So, I’m starting this event topic as (hopefully) a semi-permanent, regularly-updated post, letting you guys (and gals!) know about what’s to be expected on the radio show every week. After listening to the opinions and suggestions of some QueerIDers, I’m hoping to start interviewing people over the next few weeks about their experiences of being gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgendered. If anyone is interested in coming onto the show and talking to me on air about their experiences, please get in touch with me by e-mailing thecosmo@rte.ie (FYI: While the majority of the show is live, the interviews are most likely to be pre-recorded, so there’s no pressure in trying to talk on live radio!)

In the meantime, I hope to be taking The Cosmo in a new direction. This week’s interview is with Samuel Marr, a young gay man from Crossgar in Co. Down, who has recently finished making a documentary on Iris Robinson’s homophobic comments last year. Samuel’s hometown is part of Robinson’s constituency, so when she made her opinions known in Stormont, this had a direct effect on him as a gay man.

On this week’s show, I’ll be talking to Samuel about his documentary, entitled “Mise an tUafás” (I am the Horror) which is hoped to be broadcast on TG4 later this year. Also, I’ll be talking to him about his own personal experiences as growing up as a gay man in Northern Ireland.

 

Poster for Première of 'Mise an tUafás' (Programme title changed since publication)
Poster for Première of ‘Mise an tUafás’ (Programme title changed since publication)

Hope you guys can tune in! Remember, you can listen to RTÉ Pulse on DAB, NTL Channel 943 or online at http://rte.ie/digitalradio/pulse/


As the Local, European and Bye-Elections are taking place soon, Scott invited two openly gay politicians, Lisa Connell and Erik Eblana (both Independent candidates), to come into the RTÉ Pulse studios to have a chat!

Politics can be a confusing enough topic without throwing the topic of LGBT Rights into the conversation, but Lisa Connell talks to Scott about why she is running in the Dublin  local elections (to be on the Dublin City Council), and why LGBT rights are her main priority.

Lisa Connell

Erik Eblana is a candidate for the Rathmines-Pembroke constituency in Dublin, and is best described as “a politician, who just happens to be gay.” Erik talks to Scott about matters that are close to his heart in the upcoming elections, while stressing that there are many issues of concern that will be important to both gay and straight people alike!

Erik Eblana

Erik Eblana - Independent Candidate for Pembroke-Rathmines

“The Cosmo” with Scott De Buitléir – Wednesday Evening from 8pm on RTÉ Pulse!