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National Cinema Day announced for Saturday 2nd September
29 Aug 2023 : Luke Shanahan
The Lighthouse Cinema
On Saturday, 2nd of September, cinemas across the Republic of Ireland will celebrate National Cinema Day with admission tickets at participating cinemas reduced to just €4 including Premium seats, screens and 3D screenings. The 2023 initiative is supported by Screen Ireland.

Last year’s National Cinema Day saw over 200,000 admissions, making it the biggest cinema-going day of 2022.

Approximately 99% of cinemas in the Republic of Ireland will participate in this initiative, offering a wide variety of new and recent releases for audiences to enjoy. Cinemas in every county in the Republic of Ireland are participating.

Off the back of the massive popularity of both Barbie and Oppenheimer, the cinema industry in Ireland has united to celebrate the ritual of cinema-going and the important place it has in Irish life. For many years, Ireland has had the highest cinema attendance per capita in Europe. The Republic of Ireland also has the highest screen density per capita of any European country, with an average of one cinema screen per 10,000 people.

Screen Ireland is the official supporter of National Cinema Day 2023.

“Screen Ireland is proud to support National Cinema Day this year,” said Désirée Finnegan, Chief Executive of Screen Ireland. “We join with the wider industry in thanking audiences for their continued support of Irish film and loyal cinema-going. The support from Irish audiences has made the incredible success of Irish film in the past year possible. We’re delighted to promote the Irish films available to choose from as part of this initiative - and we hope audiences around the country will have a wonderful experience connecting with those stories on the big screen.”

Tickets can be purchased through the websites and box offices of participating cinemas.  Audiences are advised to check local cinema listings and can also visit www.cinemaday.ie to check out what’s screening at their local cinema. 

Some of the movies showing include Irish titles such as Ballywalter, starring Patrick Kielty, which will have special previews on the day, along with Tarrac which will also have special previews on September 2nd.  Irish comedy Apocalypse Clown opens in cinemas on the weekend of National Cinema Day.  Popular titles will also continue to screen on the day, including The Equalizer 3, The Blackening, Passages, Barbie, Oppenheimer, The Meg 2, The Trench, Theater Camp, Gran Turismo, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem, Blue Beetle, Strays and Haunted Mansion.

Participating cinemas include Arc Cinemas, Carrick Cineplex, Century Cinemas, Cineworld, Eclipse Cinemas, Eye Cinema, Gate Cinemas, IFI Cinemas, IMC Cinemas, Light House Cinema, Movies@ Cinemas, Odeon Cinemas, Omniplex Cinemas, Pálás Cinema, Reel Cinemas, and Vue Cinemas.





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