Tuesday, April 19, 2011

IDYA present the €10,000 cheque to Build4Life along with Nicholas O'Halloran, his mother and a CF nurse from Cork University Hospital Staff

Last week members of the Irish Deaf Youth Association of Ireland presented the Build4life Kids charity for Cystic Fibrosis with a cheque for €10,000. The cheque was presented at Cork University Hospital last week, and will go towards much needed Isolation Units for paediatric care of CF patients.

The Irish Deaf Youth Association, a registered charity, became aware of Cystic Fibrosis through one of its members Nicholas O'Halloran who has CF. He approached the IDYA to organise some fundraising events some months ago, and although the charity itself was struggling, when they were made aware of the lack of facilities to treat CF, they decided wanted to make a real difference.

Thursday, April 14, 2011

Cystic Fibrosis Presentation Gallery

Thanks a million! :)

We would like to say a big massive thank you to everyone to was involved in the fundraising for The Cystic Fibrosis Association of Ireland and Build4Life4Kids/Cystic Fibrosis for the past 6 months. We are please to announce that we have raised €10,000 outside of the online donation feature and €2,396.24 online which means we have raised a grand total of €12,396.24 for the CF unit in Cork.

Subtitled Cinema Updated - 14-4-2011

Subtitled cinema! 

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Southern & Northern Ireland


Hop subtitled (U) 1 hour 35 mins
James Marsden and Russell Brand star in the state-of-the-art animation and live action comedy, 'Hop'. Just before he is due to take over the family business, E.B (the teenage son of the Easter Bunny) decides to go to Hollywood to try and make it as a drummer. There he literally bumps into an out-of-work slacker called Fred, who accidently hits E.B with his car. Pretending to be injured, E.B persuades Fred to put him up, and Fred finds himself looking after the world's worst house guest.

Sunday, April 10, 2011

Subtitled Cinema Updated - 7-4-2011

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Source Code
Source Code subtitled (12a) 1 hour 33 mins
Jake Gyllenhaal stars in a smart thriller simmering with tension and threaded with mind-boggling twists. Following the bombing of a Chicago commuter train, Captain Colter Stevens wakes up to discover he is part of government experiment that enables him to live the final 8 minutes of another man's life. Now Colter must relive the train bombing over and over again, searching for clues to find out who is responsible and prevent a second attack that threatens to kill millions of Chicago citizens.

Belfast Odeon Victoria Square BT1

Tues 12th April 7:10