Gates open at 6pm. Film will not start until dark at 9pm. (A quick note to say we will run this on Sunday 4th May if the weather is bad on Friday night)
We are teaming up with the brilliant community festival Phizzfest to run an open air screening of 'The Commitments' in the luxurious surroundings of King's Inn park. Gates open at 6pm, food stalls serving hot food from Irish Village Markets will be on offer with dj and music performance before the movie. Film starts just after 9pm. Bring what you want to sit on and warm clothes. This is a leave no trace event and entry is €5 (pay at the gate).
"The Irish are the blacks of Europe, Dubliners are the blacks of Ireland, and the North Siders are the blacks of Dublin ... so say it loud -- I'm black and I'm proud!" Or so Jimmy Rabbitte (Robert Arkins) tells his slightly puzzled friends as he tries to assemble a rhythm & blues show band in a working class community in Dublin in Alan Parker's film The Commitments.
So again, if rained off, this event will happen on Sunday 4th May (weather permitting of course!)
Happenings run instant cultural outdoor events in Ireland with 36 hours notice when the weather is fine. Find out more at www.happenings.ie