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The main resource of Belfast’s gay scene is Queerspace, part of Cara-Friend, 9–13 Waring Street (whttp://www.queerspace.org.uk), a collective that aims to serve the needs and raise the profile of the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community of Belfast and Northern Ireland; it holds weekly drop-in sessions on the afternoons of the first and third Saturdays of the month (3–6pm). Alternatively, there’s whttp://www.gaybelfast.net which provides plenty of information on entertainment and nightlife. Helplines include Cara-Friend (t028/9032 2023; Mon–Wed 7.30–10pm) and Lesbian Line (t028/9023 8668; Thurs 7.30–10pm). Belfast’s Gay Pride (whttp://www.belfastpride.com) week begins on the last Saturday in July.

The number of gay bars and venues has increased substantially over the last few years and the majority are geared towards men (check whttp://www.gaybelfast.net/scene.htm for listings) though there are occasional lesbian club nights organised by The Glory Box (whttp://www.gloryboxgurlz.com).

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