from which to choose, all showing the member's name and location in Northern Ireland. This adds the interests of each member, plus a little more personal info.It's like being in a sweet shop, go on, enjoy yourself, you know you want too :) If you would like to find your perfect partner away from your local area, simply enter the name of a place in the search box and yes, you've guessed it, loads of photos showing singles from your chosen location.It has been reported in the Irish News that Fr Coyle is originally from Drogheda, Co Louth, and that he has been a curate in Armagh for the last six years.The popular priest is a member of Armagh GAA's management committee, and in 2010 he was chief celebrant during the Requiem Mass of Cardinal Cahal Daly.Whilst the popular perception was always that MOTN was a bear club, it simply wasn’t the case.MOTN was initially aimed at the over-25’s, as that was where the gap on the scene appeared to lie, however, that age restriction was removed quite early on, as it became clear that there were plenty of younger guys who felt that they didn’t fit in on the dancefloors of the other gay bars/clubs. You have more clubs for music, you have more bars to socialize in, you have social nights for mingling, and you have dating apps.
Below their photo, there are 3 buttons; 'Yes' 'Maybe' and 'No'.If you click 'Yes' or 'Maybe' we'll let you know if the feeling's mutual, a fabulous way of quickly telling someone you like them.Don't worry, if you click 'No' we won't tell, promise.In Summer 2016, MOTN held its ever-popular Belfast Bear Weekend – it would be our 15th bear themed weekend and our final event. We’ve had a good run and there may come a time when we’re needed again, but until then we’re packing away our lights, folding up our shimmery gold curtain and closing our doors.We would like to take this opportunity to sincerely thank everyone who has ever served on the committee, everyone who has ever volunteered at our events, the staff, managers and owners of all the places we called home, the DJ’s and live acts that performed at our events, the businesses that sponsored events or donated prizes, and everyone who has ever given their time, energy, skills or ideas to make MOTN what it was – the longest-running men-only night in all of Northern Ireland.So, in the dimly-lit upstairs bar of White’s Tavern they held the first night of a club which would go on to have 16 years of amazing success.