The next film, in the Kilcullen Brigid 1500 Film Season shows Tuesday February 6th. It is Róise & Frank, a charming Irish-language film. It is a comedy-drama that will make you laugh out loud and maybe cry. Set in the scenic Ring Gaeltacht area in Co Waterford it tells the story of the recently widowed Róise, who believes that a stray dog embodies the spirit of her late husband Frank. It is a delicately told story of grief, loss and remembering. Showing in Kilcullen Town Hall. Refreshments at 7.30pm and film at 8pm.
The Irish Times – “Róise and Frank is a genuinely delightful film”
Film Ireland – “A wonderful story of finding hope in the darkest of places”.
Group: Kilcullen Bridge Cinema
Location: Kilcullen Town Hall and Heritage Centre
Additional Information: Kilcullen Bridge Cinema, supported by Kildare County Council, will celebrate the legacy of Saint Brigid this Spring with a series of films that depict the values she represented. A range of films with themes of equality, peace, social justice and leadership will be screened in Kilcullen Town Hall and Heritage Centre. The season will include award winning, acclaimed and inspiring Irish and international titles. Film tickets are available in Woodbine Books Kilcullen and on Eventbrite. All tickets are €5 and tickets for the Family Cinema Day are €4.