Creature Features: Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978)
National Botanic Gardens Glasnevin
The National Botanic Gardens of Ireland, Glasnevin, Dublin 9
Sun 28 Oct, 8pm-10pm
€16 (including €1 booking fee)
THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT.
IF YOU HAVE TICKETS:
Box office will open at 19:15 hrs. Show starts 20.00 hrs
IMPORTANT NOTE: Creature Features is an outdoor event. These screenings take place outdoors in a tented structure which will provide shelter from the elements. But – it’s October, it’s nighttime, it might be cold, and the movies at least 90 minutes, so wrap up warm, wear layers, whack on your mittens, bring a blanket and fill your flask with your favourite hot drink! Come a little early for tea, coffee and coddle from our trader, Shergar’s Retreat!
Coming on foot? Please enter through the main front gate at Botanic Road.
Need to park? Parking is available at the Botanic Gardens car park (charges apply, space may be limited)
Latecomers won’t be able to park in the car park, but you will be able to exit the car park if you need to leave early.
Please go to the Visitor Centre on arrival to check-in with our Box Office team and collect tickets / have your tickets scanned.
This is a fully seated event. Seating is unreserved – we advise arriving in good time so you can choose your preferred seat
16+ (Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult).
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