3rd October, 2013 – Dublin, Ireland: Omniplex, Ireland’s largest cinema chain, has agreed to host a monthly discount night for members of voluntary organisation Macra na Feírme. Following a successful first night earlier this month it has agreed to allow Macra na Feírme members to get reduced admission every month.
24th September, 2013 – Dublin, Ireland: Omniplex, Ireland’s largest cinema chain, has today announced that it will screen next week’s Cork vs Clare All-Ireland Senior Hurling Final Replay for FREE on the big screen at the Cork Omniplex cinema.
3rd September, 2013 – Dublin, Ireland: Omniplex, Ireland’s largest cinema chain, has today announced that it will show this weekend’s Cork vs Clare All-Ireland Senior Hurling Final for FREE on the big screen at the Cork Omniplex cinema in Mahon. The screening on Sunday (8th September) is the first of its kind for Omniplex and will give those GAA fans unable to get to Dublin to see Jimmy Barry Murphy’s young team take on Clare, the chance to watch the match in style.
WORK STARTS ON €5M EXTENSION TO SWAN OMNIPLEX RATHMINES
New extension to well known Dublin cinema will double screens to 8, include an OmniplexMAXX giant screen & 16 permanent jobs
23rd August, 2013 – Dublin,Ireland: Omniplex, Ireland’s largest cinema chain, has today announced commencement of construction on a major extension to the Swan Omniplex cinema in Rathmines, Dublin. The €5m euro investment will provide 4 new additional screens, doubling the current provision to 8, including an OmniplexMAXX giant format screen to serve cinemagoers of South Dublin city and suburbs. The number of staff employed at the cinema will double at all levels, including supervisor and management positions from the 16 to 32 in total. 30 people will also be employed during construction.
Construction begins on €5 million Swan Cinema expansion in Rathmines
‘News doors open for director with cinematic background’
When we say porn, it’s soft porn in the form of a famous legal case relating to Hustler magazine and a TV evangelist. It is Simon Carty, the entertainment solicitor’s, favourite legal case. As Simon does a great deal of entertainment law he finds the case particularly interesting as it protects the right to satire and parody someone in the US. So, in effect, it protects comedy – something that it is very close to Simon’s heart (he does all the contracts on Mrs Brown’s Boys).
The full article that Simon did can be read by clicking Simon Carty’s website here
You can read about the case and original parody advert that it relates to here Hustler Magazine vs Falwell
We got some very funny feedback from The Irish Times on the article. This is a note I got from the journalist on the Business desk that sorts the column: “we got great feedback on Simon Carty’s my favourite case article. The following is one of the letters that was sent to the editor about it: Wow Ed, I am going to start reading the Law Matters pages more often, talk about racy on a Monday morning!! Keep it up.”
We couldn’t have said it better ourselves.
Dublin property agents Core Estate Management featured in an extensive interview in the Residential Property supplement of The Irish Times today. The article focuses on measure people can take to reduce their property management charges. It can be read in full by clicking this link
Steve Thatcher the English solicitor that specialises in helping Irish people go bankrupt in the UK has launched a new Irish website called IrishBankruptUK.ie.
CORK TO GET THE COUNTRY’S BIGGEST CINEMA SCREEN
€4M renovation of the 13 screen Omniplex Cork, Mahon Point SC
13th June 2013, Cork, Ireland: The country’s largest cinema screen is set to open in Cork as part of a €4m refurbishment of the Omniplex cinema in Mahon. Omniplex Cork, an Anderson family cinema, is to be reaffirmed as the premiere cinema venue in the province with the opening of the first OmniplexMAXX cinema screen in the Republic of Ireland as part of the major renovation program.
Alan Drennan of Dublin property management agents, Core Estate Management, was interviewed on The Business Eye radio show earlier this, week where the outlined measures that property owners can implement in order to cut their management charges. The full interview can be listened to via the link below: