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Open Gate Brewery, Thursday 19th September

Happenings, in association with Guinness Open Gate Brewery, bring you an exciting triple bill of movies. On our third date you can see the multi-award winning Sing Street.

Sing Street, a 2016 musical coming-of-age comedy-drama, revolves around a boy starting a band to impress a girl in 1980's Ireland.

Booking information
Open at 6pm with screening on about 7:30pm.
Tickets include a pint or paddle of your choice from the Guinness Open Gate Brewery selection of both limited edition innovation brews and classic beers such as Guinness Draught.
Yummy food will be on offer as always along with gorgeous Cornude Artisan Popcorn.
This is an over 18s event.

Other movies in this series include Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory and Dirty Dancing.


Date:
Thursday 19th September
Time:
6.00pm - 11.00pm
Price:
€12.80
Address:
Guinness Open Gate Brewery, Thomas Street, Ushers, Dublin, Ireland

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