August Bank Holiday – Films at Fitzy’s

Throughout the past few evenings this week, there have been outdoor screenings of some classic movies on the lawn of the Pavillion at Fitzgerald’s Park organised by Cork Film Festival in partnership with Cork City Council. This mini festival will continue each evening throughout the Bank Holiday weekend.

Films at Fitzy's

Beatriz, our summer intern from Italy, was at a screening on Wednesday night, and here is what she had to say about the event.

“Yesterday it was the first night of the “Films at Fitzy’s”, an outdoor cinema festival that will take place in Fitgerald’s Park from 29th July to 3rd August. The first screening was “Amélie”, a charming French romantic comedy. The atmosphere at the park was very cosy and cheerful, the audience was very wide and everyone brought his own blankets and cushions to stay warmer and more comfortable while enjoying the movie. You can also bring crisps, popcorn or buy some tea and candyfloss at the stands in the park. It was very fun to share this experience with my host family!  The next screenings will include “Amhrán na Mara”, the Irish version of the animation movie “Song of the sea”. It’s possible to book tickets online or to buy them at the park just before the screening (price 5€).”


The film screening schedule is as follows:

July 29 Amélie

July 30 Good Vibrations

July 31 Amhrán na Mara (Song of the Sea)

 August 1 The Third Man (Re-Issue)

 August 2 An American Werewolf In London

August 3 Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

Screenings take place at 10pm nightly and tickets are €5 each.

There is limited capacity so book early

For more information see Facebook and the website links below.

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ACET – Our Ruby Year


Celebrations were held recently at ACET to mark the 40th Anniversary of the school.

It was a momentous occasion for the Coade family, especially for Odile, who has nurtured the business since 1975 into the establishment that it is today.

Students and staff toasted over a champagne reception to mark the occasion and there was a great atmosphere.


More celebrations will follow throughout the summer to mark the Ruby Anniversary year.

Here’s to the next 40 years of ACET!