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Screen Cinema - CLOSED

16-19 Hawkins Street, Dublin 2, Ireland
+353 1 671 4034
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Good Old Fashion Cinema

We have been to this cinema whenever we have visited Dublin. The tickets are well priced and the... read more

Reviewed 19 November 2015
Peter C
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Newcastle, Australia
Old fashion 3-screen movie theatre in the heart of Dublin with digital projectors and great Dolby sound.

Participated in Bram Stoker Festival 2014 screening Curse of Styria. Specialty, independent and... read more

Reviewed 3 December 2014
devnprt1
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Las Vegas, Nevada
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The Screen Cinema is one of of Dublin's oldest, most charming cinemas,currently showing the best in world cinema,independent and Irish films. The Screen also hosts weekly screenings of Action, Sci-Fi and Comedy classics as well as the annual Scream Cinema Monster Mash every Halloween. They pride themselves on showcasing films of all genres and tastes from cult to high-culture.
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18 Nov 2015
“Good Old Fashion Cinema”
3 Dec 2014
“Old fashion 3-screen movie theatre in the heart of Dublin with digital projectors and great Dolby sound.”
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16-19 Hawkins Street, Dublin 2, Ireland
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+353 1 671 4034
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Reviewed 19 November 2015

We have been to this cinema whenever we have visited Dublin. The tickets are well priced and the seating is very comfortable. Good location away from the maddening crowd.

Thank Peter C
Reviewed 3 December 2014

Participated in Bram Stoker Festival 2014 screening Curse of Styria. Specialty, independent and foreign films. Great place to get out of the rain for a while then across the street to an intimate pub.

Thank devnprt1
Reviewed 9 October 2014

The Screen is fairly average cinema. It has quite an old feel. The prices are reasonable and they have special student discounts. The location is good, right in the centre of things. There is nothing particularly note worthy of the place.

1  Thank KeenanL
Reviewed 6 June 2014

I love this little cinema! It’s far away from the commercial, busy, rushed, stuffy, non-personal, pricey experience other cinema’s have to offer in Dublin! Staff are so friendly. Location is so central. Seats are comfy. They show a nice range of different types of films....More

1  Thank butlerpr2016
Reviewed 6 May 2014

I used to go to this cinema quite often last year, but stopped and there was a good reason for it. No matter was it summer or winter, inside the cinema it was freezing! The pricing was quite reasonable (comparing to other cinemas), but still...More

Thank Just_Yana
Reviewed 22 September 2013

Looks awful from the outside and isn't very modern or big on the inside but there's something very homely about this cinema which usually shows at least one blockbuster and one foreign film. It seems to only take one person to run both the ticket...More

Thank NikkiEva
Reviewed 19 July 2013

I love this cinema. It's away from the more "blockbuster" films so you really do get to watch a film in peace!

Thank Brónagh S
Reviewed 2 June 2013 via mobile

This is a good alternative to the big cinemas in the city. Nice little indy place with friendly staff. They show a decent mix of films and I like to support them, even for the more mainstream movies. They're range of independent films is impressive...More

Thank GingerMedievalist
Reviewed 15 May 2013

The screen is not quite art-house but does show indie and un usual movies . It also shows some main-steam movies. The staff are friendly and the patrons like to talk to you

Thank Luskian
Reviewed 1 November 2012

Went to see the new Bond movis (Skyfall). What can I say? Friendly staff, especially in the bar. Seats were comfortable and the only fault was not the ciname but a the usual few plonkers that 'up' the decibels with incessant eating of crisps/sweets from...More

Thank DickyOB1KENOBE
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