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Corban and Lillian Higgins, Rosie and Belle Carroll with Ryan Higgins at the event

Corban and Lillian Higgins, Rosie and Belle Carroll with Ryan Higgins at the event

Corban and Lillian Higgins, Rosie and Belle Carroll with Ryan Higgins at the event

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Dozens of film fans made their way to Glenroe Farm last Friday night for its first drive-in movie experience.

Retro Drive-in Movies, which has its head office in Kilcoole, ran the local event.

There were two films screened on the night, 'The Greatest Showman' in the evening and later, high-school classic 'Grease'.

Some of the viewers already had their pyjamas on and blankets wrapped around them, to enjoy films from the comfort of the family vehicle.

Retro Drive-in Movies has been showing films at Leopardstown Race Course, Slane and other locations, including Waterford. This was their inaugural Kilcoole night of fun and entertainment.

Move-goers arrive in their cars, and stay in their cars to enjoy the film and stay safe.

The screenings were well organised, and included the bonus of a beautiful skyline in the countryside as the sun went down.

Over the coming weekend at Leopardstown Racecourse, Retro Drive-in Movies are doing a Roald Dahl special, with screenings of 'Matilda', 'the BFG' and 'Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory'. For tickets, go to Retrodrivein.ie.


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