RTÉ 2FM ANNOUNCES 22 FUNDRAISING SCREENINGS OF GOOD WILL HUNTING IN CINEMAS ACROSS IRELAND.
Omniplex Cinemas to host fundraising events in aid of Pieta House and PIPS Charity
RTÉ 2fm, in conjunction with Omniplex Cinemas, hopes to raise much-needed funds for the Pieta House and PIPS Charity, with nationwide screenings of Robin Williams’ iconic 1997 movie Good Will Hunting.
Says Dan Healy, Head of RTÉ 2fm: “The tragic death of last week of Robin Williams has focused many people’s minds on the troubles that affect so many, but often go unnoticed until it is too late. With this breaking news there was a national organic outpouring from fans of Robin Williams, wanting to both pay homage and celebrate the legacy of this acting genius. With this in mind 2fm and Omniplex Cinemas have joined forces to help raise awareness, and much needed funds, for Pieta House and PIPS Charity, two Irish charities that help save many lives north and south of the border each year but importantly to give Robin Williams fans across the country the chance to get together and celebrate one of the finest films from this legendary actor.” Continue reading
Here are some photos from last night’s launch of Omniplex Rathmines new €5m cinema in Rathmines, which features a giant screen OmniplexMAXX.
The media launch of Dublin’s new €5m cinema has taken placeto showcase its giant screen – the OmniplexMAXX
7th August, 2014 – Dublin, Ireland: Tonight saw the country’s newest cinema opened with a star-studded launch at the new Omniplex Rathmines, Dublin 6. The cinema hosted a special invitation only film screening to showcase the venue to the media and invited guests from the entertainment and film world. They were treated to the new Inbetweeners 2 film on the OmniplexMAXX giant screen – one of the largest cinema screens ever built in Ireland.
For a few months I have been doing some interesting reputation management work for Asif Aziz, the London-based property investor who owns London’s famous Trocadero Centre above. I was brought in by London’s Grenadier PR to help with some specialist digital PR and SEO blogging.
The media reaction to isobar launching their first Irish office has been fascinating. Initially most journalists hadn’t heard of the company, so I needed to undertake an education process. This is symptomatic of our island mentality and where we focus primarily what’s happening here, especially in the business media. But once I started talking figures then they were astounded. And, the figures truly are astounding.
This week the Irish satirical and investigative magazine The Phoenix covered The Paris Bakery fiasco. In particular it focused on Ruth Savill’s resignation in December and the letter that sent to rebel director Yannick Forel, which was filed in the Companies Registration Office.
A quick update to confirm that the High Court in Dublin has today approved the Revenue Commissioners application to put the Paris Bakery & Pastry Limited into liquidation. This a positive step in what has been a very unfortunate and drawn out process. Thankfully this now means the workers can get access to the State’s compensation fund.
Ruth Savill was in court for the proceedings and indicated to the judge that she resigned in from the company in November, 2013 and that this had been confirmed by the Companies Registration Office, but that she was happy to assisted in the Court and liquidator in any way she can. It was indicated that under the terms of the Statute anyone who has been a director of a company in the last 12 months must complete an affidavit and submit it to the Court with 21 days. This is currently being undertaken for Ms Savill.
At the end of this period there will be another court hearing and a date for a creditors’ meeting will be set.
Further updates will be posted as soon as we have them.
For any enquiries on The Paris Bakery please contact Simon Palmer on 0851341761 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
On Saturday The Irish Times covered the fact that The Revenue Commissioners are putting The Paris Bakery into liquidation.