Now that’s en­ter­tain­ment

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Dun­drum Town Cen­tre is also very much about en­ter­tain­ment. The 12-screen cin­ema, Movies @ Dun­drum, is one of the most suc­cess­ful cine­mas in the Repub­lic and ranks as the sixth most suc­cess­ful cin­ema in Bri­tain and Ire­land. It re­cently re­ceived two in­ter­na­tional awards in Bri­tain.

If it’s live en­ter­tain­ment you’re look­ing for, the 220-seat Mill Theatre will meet your re­quire­ments. “This is a fab­u­lous fa­cil­ity which was built by the de­vel­op­ers at a cost of ¤14 mil­lion to give some­thing back to the com­mu­nity,” says Jayne O’Ke­effe, head of mar­ket­ing at Dun­drum Town Cen­tre.

A num­ber of Ir­ish and Euro­pean pre­mieres have al­ready taken place there in­clud­ing Baby­lon Heights and By the Bar­row. Then for three months of the year the theatre is given over to com­mu­nity groups.

“We’re also re­ally proud to an­nounce the Pulitzer-nom­i­nated play Red Light Win­ter will have its Euro­pean pre­miere at the Mill on June 6th, and the au­thor Adam Rapp will be there from New York,” says O’Ke­effe.

This year, vis­i­tors can also en­joy a se­ries of out­door classical and jazz per­for­mances dur­ing the warm sum­mer evenings in the Town Square (above).

And to set the pulse rac­ing af­ter that you can drop into Parker Browns night club just above Win­ters Bar, again just off the Square.

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