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Outdoor Cinema – Bohemian Rhapsody
5 August 2022 @ 9:30 PM - 11:30 PM
Introducing The Richmond Cinema Club – We are very excited to announce that our cinema club will begin with an outdoor show on Friday the 5th of August at 9:30pm. The Film will begin at 10pm.
We hope to have one showing a month (indoors) where club members can come and enjoy mostly fringe/art house movies and documentaries in a unique atmospheric setting. To become a member of the club, simply come along to any of our showings and we will sign you up.
This event is an outdoor event so dress appropriately for the Irish weather and bring a blanket to sit on (or lie under!) and preferably a deck chair. For those familiar with Richmond, the cinema screen will be at the front of the building. As a result of a test run it would seem that the sloped lawn will be too far away from the screen, hence the need for seating in the car parking space in front of the house. We have some limited seating available but we advise that you bring your own to be safe.
Also following the test run, it became apparent that the originally proposed 8:30pm start is too early as it is too bright at this time. Truly, it is not dark enough until 10pm. Hence the later start time.
Bring your own snacks and/or liquid refreshments and please bring home your rubbish:)
Admission is €5 per adult upon entry. Children are free and welcome but are admitted by parental discretion. We advise that parents research the suitability of this film themselves. Also, children must be supervised and of an age to sit quietly and not disturb or distract other viewers.
Finally, this is an amateur event in a fantastic setting. The impetus for this event is not a commercial one but simply aims to enhance the cultural life of Fermoy where people can share a positive alternative experience in an intimate setting. I reiterate that by participating in this event, you are subscribing to a monthly cinema club and will be updated to future private screenings.
Proceeds for this event will be reinvested into the Richmond Cinema Club, the Richmond Revival Project and a local charity.