Celebrate St. Patrick's day with free cinema tickets @ Irishfilmfestivallondon.com

Celebrate St. Patrick's day with free cinema tickets @ Irishfilmfestivallondon.com

Found 15th Mar
St. Patrick's Film Festival London 2018

3 UK Premieres, animations, Q&As, shorts & something for the family.

The London Film School in Covent Garden kicks things off on Friday 16th March with two FREEprogrammes of Irish short films [rating 15]. The line-up will include Ian Power’s The Tattoo, Late Afternoon, directed by Louise Bagnall and Sinéad O'Loughlin's Homecoming. Screenings will take place in two programmes 1.30pm – 5pm.

Later that day, the Prince Charles Cinema, Leicester Square will play host to the UK Premiere of Damo & Ivor (90mins) at 6:30pm. The screening will be accompanied by a Q&A with the film’s director Ronan Burke and the lead actor Andy Quirke.

The festival continues on Sunday 18th March, with a return to the London Film School for a FREE family screening of Moon Man (90mins) and a children’s shadow animation workshop (2hrs). Tickets are free but must be allocated in advance.

As the excitement of the Parade and Trafalgar Square comes to a close, stroll over to Leicester Square where the Prince Charles Cinema will screen our final film event at 6:30pm: The Double UK Premiere screenings of An Béal Bocht (30mins)and Kíla:Pota Óir (60mins), accompanied by a Q&A with director Anthony White and members of Kíla.
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Isn't it amazing how St Patrick's day seems to be viewed as a wonderful event, a time to have fun and be happy no matter what your nationality ?

Why not St Andrew's day as well (oh yes, the nasty nats have hijacked that) or St David;s day (how many people even know when it is ?)........... better still, as this is taking place in London, capital of England, how about lots of jolly fun and festivities on St George's day ?
St Patrick’s: it’s a big day for Damo!As he prepares for 'Damofleadh' at the Roundhouse on St Patrick’s Day, contemporary Irish folk singer Damien Dempsey talks...

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from camden new journal :

IF you haven’t got tickets to Ireland v England on Saturday and are looking for a way to mark St Patrick’s Day before Damien Dempsey’s Damofleadh begins at the Roundhouse, head down to Camden Market for its St Patrick’s Day All Female music trail.

Follow the all-Irish, all-female acoustic music trail of seven acts around the market, finishing with a headline gig in Dr. Martens in the evening. Featured acts include:

1pm – Maija Sofia, KERB Counter;

1.40pm – Molly Sterling, Lockside Camden;

2.20pm – Erica Cody, The Horse Tunnel Vintage Market;

3pm – Keeva, Gabeto;

3.40pm–Pillow Queens, Voodoo Ray’s;

4.20pm – Bitch Falcon, Pamban;

5pm – Laoise + Le Boom + Pillow Queens + Bitch Falcon, Dr. Martens Boot Room.

Look out for St Patrick’s Day specials from some of the market’s food traders including Cereal Killer Cafe’s Lucky Charms with green milk, Chin Chin Labs’ stout ice cream with seaweed caramel, Crosstown’s Guinness and Bailey’s chocolate cake doughnut and a Young Vegans’ Stout pie.

Edited by: "seb" 17th Mar
frank carson - LOL.

If I Didn’t Laugh I’d Cry tells the story of Frank’s rise to fame...


interview with mike mccabe on the jo good show - bbc radio London - 3rd hour of programme.

Edited by: "seb" 17th Mar
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