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Popular Outdoor Cinema Returns To Dublin And Cork This Month


by Niamh ODonoghue
04th Jul 2016
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Popcorn at the ready people! Event specialists?Happenings are bringing the hugely popular outdoor cinema back to Dublin and Cork throughout July and August. Happenings have partnered with 7Up Free to bring you your favourite movie classics over the coming weeks including Jurassic Park, Sing Street, and even a Grease sing-along. The event is due to kick off with this Thursday, July 7th, at The Law Society of Dublin at Blackhall Place, with a special screening of Penny MarshallsBig‘ starring a young Tom Hanks?. Tickets for each screening will go on sale at 2pm on the day of the screening, with a limited number of tickets available to buy at the door later that evening. According to Happenings, the movie then starts “when it’s dark enough!!”. Booking is advised however as these events sold out quickly last year. But remember, it’s an outdoor event so wear warm clothes and pack a brolly! For more info check out the Happenings Facebook page.

Here are the Happenings cinema dates for your diary:

Thursday, 7th July – The Law Society, Blackhall Place
Movie: BIG

Friday, 15th July – Leinster Cricket Club, Rathmines
Movie: Grease

Friday, 22nd July ?Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin
Movie:The Princess Bride (Presented by Happenings)

Thursday, 28nd July – Kilkenny Castle, Kilkenny
Movie:?E.T. (Presented by Happenings & KPB)

Friday, 29nd July – Fitzgerald Park, Cork

Movie:?Stand By Me?(Presented by Happenings & 7UP)
Saturday, 30th July – Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin

Movie:?Jurassic Park (Presented by Happenings & 7UP)

Thursday, 18th August – The Law Society, Blackhall Place
Movie:?Sing Street

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