Ireland's first rooftop cinema is coming to Dublin. Jam Park in Swords has announced a number of screenings and events.
The ScreenYard series will host a number of group movie nights over the coming months.
A number of films including cult classics, comedy, horror and sing-alongs will be screened on the venue's colourful rooftop terrace as well as the main room.
Rooftop Cinema Screenings
- Independence Day - 4 July
- Pulp Fiction - 14 July
- This Is Spinal Tap - 28 July
- Fight Club - 11 Aug
- The Big Lebowski - 25 Aug
- Jaws - 1 Sept
The Main Room will also host classics and later in the year will introduce a sing-along cinema series. The full showtime sing-along series schedule will be available on the Jam Park website in the coming weeks.
Main Room Screenings
- Goonies - National Pirate Day - 19 Sept
- Shut Up and Play the Hits - 3 Oct
- Ghostbusters - 24 Oct
- Stop Making Sense - 7 Nov
- Back to the Future - 14 Nov
- Elf - 11 Dec
Jam Park has also created a haven for sports fans with the creation of Fan Park. Organisers say the event series will give fans the opportunity to experience the atmosphere and real-time excitement that comes with watching a match in a stadium.
Matches will be broadcast from a large-scale cinematic screen and heard across the state-of-the-art Funktion-One sound system, designed to grasp your attention during every gripping moment. Throughout key moments in the game, the venue’s elaborate lighting rig will blast attendees with one-of-a-kind light display.
On July 7th, Fan Park will screen the highly anticipated FIFA Women’s World Cup final.
Upon securing an advance ticket starting at just €5, you will be welcomed with complimentary drinks on arrival for every game shown.
Jam Park officially opened its doors last night. Ireland's first multi-experience destination is located in Swords.
The site, which was previously The Wright Venue, is described as an "adults playground where you can eat, drink, play & dance".
Jam Park is the latest offering from Bodytonic, the team behind festival favourites Beatyard and The Big Grill. They also run popular Dublin spots The Bernard Shaw, Wigwam and Eatyard.
You can read find out more about the venue here.