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Irish Movie Night at the New York Irish Center
November 16, 2012 @ 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm| Reg. $11 Seniors, Students, Unemployed $6
New York Irish Center
Irish Movie Night
SPECIAL OFFER FOR
ADVANCE TICKET BUYERS*
(see below for details)
An Everlasting Piece (2000)
Colm is a Catholic and George is a poetry-loving Protestant.
In Belfast in the 1980s, they could have been enemies,
but instead they became business partners. After persuading
a mad wig salesman, known as the Scalper, to sell them his leads,
the two embark on a series of house calls – always in
neighborhoods that are dangerous for one or the other partner.
“A Comedy about bridging the hair divide”
Starring Barry McEvoy, Brian F. O’Byrne & Anna Friel
Directed by Barry Levinson
Give up Yer Aul Sins
An Oscar Nominated Short by the acclaimed
Irish animation company
Brown Bag Films
Give up Yer Aul Sins humorously reenacts original
recordings of Dublin schoolrooms in the 1960
mad by Peig Cunningham. In this film, the teacher
chooses Mary to retell, in her own imaginative way,
the bible story of the John the Baptist.
Friday, November 16th Doors Open 7.30pm
Pre-Show Discounted Bar until 8.10pm, Showtime 8.15pm
Beer $3 Wine $4
Complimentary Tea, Coffee, Soda, Snacks
Regular $11 Seniors, Students, Unemployed $6
For advance tickets via Paypal or Credit Card
(you do not need a Paypal account to purchase tickets)
For Tickets visit our website at www.nyirish.org
Each Advance Ticket Holder* will
be entered in to a Draw to Win
TWO NIGHTS W/BREAKFAST
at the Luxury Five Star
Westbury Hotel in Dublin, Ireland.
(*if you purchase a ticket at the door on the night
you will NOT be eligible for this offer.
This offer is based on hotel availability and is
subject to black-out dates, drawing date TBD)
Courtesy of Tablet Hotels
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