AMY continues successful run with new cinema openings this weekend

Posted July 17, 2015 by Suzanne Murray in News
Amy Winehouse out and about in New York, America - 01 May 2007
Amy Winehouse out and about in New York, America - 01 May 2007

AMY continues to draw Irish audiences to cinemas two weeks after its initial release and is now opening in more screens across the country this weekend due to popular demand.

Not only have people been heading to see the film which looks at the life and career of the late Amy Winehouse but there’s been a renewed interest in her music too as her award winning album Back To Black is back in the Top 20 some 229 weeks after it was originally released.

You can catch AMY in the following cinemas this weekend:

DUBLIN

Cineworld, Dublin
Irish Film Institute, Dublin
IMC Dun Laoghaire
IMC Santry
IMC Screen
IMC Tallaght
Light House Cinema, Smithfield
Movies @ Dundrum
Movies @ Swords
Odeon Stillorgan
Odeon Blanchardstown
Omniplex Rathmines
Vue Liffey Valley 

REGIONAL CINEMAS
ARC, Drogheda
Carrick Cineplex
Cinema Killarney
Cinemax Bantry
Century Cinema, Letterkenny
Eclipse Cinema Bundoran
Eye Cinema, Galway
Gate Multiplex, Cork
IMC Athlone
IMC Clonmel
IMC Kilkenny
IMC Mullingar
IMC Thurles
IMC Tullamore
Omniplex Cork, Mahon Point SC
Omniplex Limerick
Showtime Ashbourne
Showtime Limerick
NORTHERN IRELAND
Movie House Dublin Road, Belfast (NI)
Odeon, Belfast (NI)
Queens Film Theatre, Belfast (NI)
Omniplex Dundonald (NI)
IMC Ballymena (NI)