Fine Gael announces special screenings of Michael Collins movie in 19 cinemas across Ireland 1 month ago

Fine Gael announces special screenings of Michael Collins movie in 19 cinemas across Ireland

You don't see that every day, do you?

Michael Collins is coming back to the big screen, thanks to an interesting ally.

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Neil Jordan's acclaimed biopic of the Irish revolutionary will live again at Omniplex cinemas throughout the country following a team-up between the cinema chain and the Fine Gael party.

The event will mark the 100th anniversary of Collins' death. Collins was assassinated during an ambush in his native Cork on 22 August, 1922.

The special screening of the Liam Neeson-led movie will take place across 19 Omniplex cinemas on Tuesday, 6 September at 7pm.

"It’s 26 years since the release of Michael Collins the movie, so for some people this will be the first time they will have a chance to see it on the big screen," noted a statement issued by Fine Gael on Friday.

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Tickets will be available from Monday, 22 August priced at €6 and available at this link. The full list of the 19 cinemas in question is also accessible via that link.

Tickets will not be available via Omniplex.

And if you feel like taking a recent quiz we made all about the movie, why you can do that below.

Featured Image of Leo Varadkar via Sasko Lazarov / RollingNews.ie

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