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Irish Movie Night: The Minnitts of Annabeg (2012)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Given it's a US premiere and touches upon the Great Hunger period thought this may be a good idea for a Thursday evening. An RSVP here is simply letting me know to look out for you, as you must purchase your tickets directly from the NY Irish Center via www.nyirish.org.

Hope to see you there - always a great crowd!

Based on the true lives of the Minnitt family from Tipperary who owned over 1,000 acres of land at Anabeg House in Nenagh during
the Great Hunger. Frank McGrath plays Joshua Minnitt, an English Justice of the Peace, disinherited by his father after marrying a
Catholic girl. He works to save a community and to save his own family.

This premiere screening in the United States
includes a Q&A with Writer/Director Alan Brown

Made in 2012, this film is the Winner of the Best Screenwriting Award at the Irish International Film Festival (2012)

Thursday, August 1 Doors Open 7.30pm

Cocktail Hour: Complimentary Tea, Coffee, Soda, Popcorn

Beer and Wine are also available for purchased.

For advance tickets via Paypal or Credit/Debit Card
(you do not need a Paypal account to purchase tickets)

please visit www.nyirish.org

The New York Irish Center is easy accessible by public transportation, only 5 mins. from Grand Central by subway on the #7. We are located right at the Jackson Ave/Vernon Blvd. stop. If you are driving there is ample parking in the neighborhood after 7pm in the evening. Long Island City is a beautiful waterfront neighborhood with lots of fine restaurants located within walking distance of the Center.

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  • Matthew C.

    The movie was not great but it was interesting to see something specifically about this period in Irish history.

    September 19, 2013

  • Mike D

    Going to try to make it after work.

    July 31, 2013

  • Matthew C.

    My Grandfather came from Nenagh, Tipperary! ;-)

    July 23, 2013

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