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Nothing heralds the arrival of the festive season quite like cosy jammies and classic Christmas movies.

It's a tradition that most of us have carried with us from childhood, and this year we'll get to experience it on an unprecedented scale.

Following the success of last year's Halloween and Christmas events, Retro Drive-in Movies are hosting Ireland's first ever 'Pjs and Pillows' screening.

The world's biggest outdoor LED Screen will take its place in Leopardstown Racecourse, for what promises to be the ultimate Christmas movie experience.

Event-goers are invited to put on their favourite PJs and pack their cars with their most comfortable pillows and blankets before settling in for an exclusive screening of some of Ireland's most-loved festive films – including Home Alone, Elf and Santa Claus – The Movie.

There will also be burgers, hot dogs, pizza, popcorn, donuts and hot chocolate available on site.

This family friendly event will run from December 8 – December 10. Tickets are priced at €28 per car, and are available to purchase here.

But make sure to get in quick – this event is sure to be a sell out!



If you have always dreamed of indulging your inner retro fan, then a drive-in movie has probably crossed your mind as one of the best activities ever. 

Luckily, a drive-in movie is coming to Dublin, and it's kicking off this weekend.

The Retro Drive In is returning to Cherrywood Business Park over the Bank Holiday weekend, and the retro flick fans are playing some nostalgic AF films. 


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The movie fest begins tonight, with Toy Story, Top Gun and Titanic screening this evening.

Tomorrow night, the drive-in cinema is showing The Princess Bride, The Van and Stand By Me. 


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Once you arrive you simply pick your spot and tune in your radio to hear the film, simple!

Tickets are €28.00 for a car of five, or €30.00 for a seven-seater, so it's juat as affordable as a regular cinema ticket but with the added 1950s experience. 


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