Our old muckers in Dublin Community TV are holding their heads high despite recent blows and hobnobbing it up at the JDIFF this week.
Just as the commemorations of 1913 fade away, The Inquiry lands on the silver screen. It’s a costume drama based on the Askwith Inquiry into the disturbances of the Lock Out. It’s real battle of the titans theatrical stuff, with the captains of industry pitted against Larkin’s syndicalist rage and talent for quip.
We’ve a pair of tickets to give away for the screening tomorrow. It’s on at 12.30pm down in Screen One in the Lighthouse. Not only will you get to see a great film, but there’s all the excuse for early scoopage in Smithfield after.
You know the drill by now, fill out our survey over here. Later today we’ll make like Paul Daniels, pull a rabbit from a hat and see what name is stamped on its arse.
Words from the writer of The Inquiry here: http://cedarlounge.wordpress.com/2014/02/20/the-inquiry-a-docu-drama-on-jim-larkin-and-william-martin-murphys-meeting-the-lighthouse-cinema-this-saturday/