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‘We started off in small towns where being part of the local community is really important’ – Graham Spurling says the Irish cinema industry has taken a hit, but it's still standing

The owner of Movies@Dundrum and a host of other screens is hoping the business won’t suffer another lockdown

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Frontman: Graham Spurling relishes the ‘Greatest Showman’ role. Photo: Mark Condren

Frontman: Graham Spurling relishes the ‘Greatest Showman’ role. Photo: Mark Condren

Frontman: Graham Spurling relishes the ‘Greatest Showman’ role. Photo: Mark Condren

Frontman: Graham Spurling relishes the ‘Greatest Showman’ role. Photo: Mark Condren

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Frontman: Graham Spurling relishes the ‘Greatest Showman’ role. Photo: Mark Condren

As chat-up lines go, it was a pretty good one that a 20-year-old Graham Spurling had up his sleeve in 1978.

It was my best chat-up line as the pub was closing,” he laughs. “We can probably go back and watch a movie in my cinema.”


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