One of the best cinemas in Dublin will shortly open its doors for the first time since mid-March! Yes, the Light House will return to the public on July 27th, along with the Pálás in Galway. It’s been a rough few months, but this is another sign that things might be returning to normal?
To celebrate, they will have one new movie in the form of Saint Frances, along with some old favourites such as Parasite. There are also a series of Q&A’s with some of the creatives behind the best recent Irish films such as Dating Amber and Vivarium. You can see the details below and here!
Light House Dublin and Pálás Galway will open their doors to the public on Monday July 27th, and can’t wait to welcome audiences back.
The venue teams have been working behind the scenes to ensure customer and staff safety, comfort and enjoyment are all taken care of; safety measures adhering to government guidelines have been implemented across both venues. Meanwhile the programming team have come up with a programme bursting with much-loved classics and a few surprises to ensure your return to screen is as magic as ever.
There is something for everyone including new release SAINT FRANCES, a sparkling indie dark comedy, 40th anniversary screenings of THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK and the Black & White Edition of Bong Joon Ho’s masterpiece PARASITE. Classic film lovers will be treated to a season of films scored by the utterly legendary ENNIO MORRICONE along with a selection of the best of STUDIO GHIBLI, and a rescheduled DAVID LYNCH season. Don’t miss out on your chance to see some of your favourites on the big screen such as CASABLANCA, ROMAN HOLIDAY, CALL ME BY YOUR NAME and MEAN GIRLS. Cinema Book Club will host a screening of CLUELESS, based on Jane Austen’s Emma. And of course,…National Theatre Live’s production of FLEABAG!
Light House are also pleased to announce a series of special guest Q&As with Lorcan Finnegan (Vivarium), Neasa Hardiman (Sea Fever) and Lola Petticrew and Fionn O’Shea (Dating Amber) following special screenings of their recent Irish films.