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Cultural Programmes for January and February by the Embassy of Ireland in Budapest

The Young Plato 

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With the support of the Embassy the Budapest International  Documentary Film festival will screen the documentary film titled The Young Plato in the Cinemacity Mamuth for 3 days in January. You can meet the Irish directors Declan McGrath and Neasa Ní Chianáin after the screening in the cinema. If you want to watch it, these are the screening dates for the film Young Plato.

01.21. | 18:00 | Budapest | Budapest
01.22. | 16:45 | Budapest | Budapest
01.23. | 13:15 | Budapest | Budapest
01.23. | 20:00 | Budapest | Budapest

Banshees of Inisherin  –

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The Hungarian premier of the Oscar nominee Irish movie is on the same week. You can watch the Irish movie from 26 January in many cinemas including CinemaCity Westend.

Saint Brigid’s Day– celebrating the creativity of women

The Embassy is organizing an exhibition of three young contemporary Irish and Hungarian artists: Judit Horvath Loczi, Szilvia Fekete, Natalie Forrester in The Space Gallery. Venue: The Space Contemporary Art Gallery , 1015 Budapest, Hattyu u. 16. Opening hours: 2-10 February, Wednesday – Friday 10-18h

The Irish Embassy (virtual) book club goes on the last Tuesdays of the month. Here are the dates and the books that we are reading:

January 31: The Queen of Dirt Island by Donal Ryan

February 28: The Heart’s Invisible Furies by John Boyn