Lighthouse Cinema pays tribute to David Bowie with Labyrinth Screenings

david bowieAt Light House Cinema, we are all massive fans of the great David Bowie and were deeply saddened to hear the news of his passing after a battle with cancer.

To celebrate the life of the wonderful artist and musician we are screening Jim Henson’s classic fairy-tale LABYRINTH, which stars David Bowie in his most iconic screen role.

Labyrinth not only showcases Bowie’s tremendous screen presence but also features a fine 80’s soundtrack with songs composed by the man himself.

All proceeds from these events will go to the Irish Cancer Society so come down, help us raise some funds and raise a glass to The Thin White Duke while we cheer and laugh and sing along to this legendary rock musical fantasy!

The film will screen at 11.30pm on Friday the 15th January and we’ve included a family-friendly screening on Sunday afternoon at 12.30pm.

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Speaking about event Eimear Kellett Community Fundraiser Leinster North for the Irish Cancer Society says “We are delighted to be chosen as the charity benefitting from these special screenings in memory of the legendary David Bowie. All money raised will go to help those affected by cancer. For anyone who has queries or concerns about cancer please call the Cancer Nurseline on Freephone 1800 200 700.”

The Irish Cancer Society is Ireland’s national cancer charity. The Irish Cancer Society aims to achieve a world-class cancer service ensuring that fewer people get cancer and those that do have better outcomes. The Society does this through advocacy, research and cancer services. The Society also provides information, support and care to those with, and affected by, cancer all over Ireland. Our services are professional, confidential and free of charge. We are almost entirely funded through the generosity of the public and receive less than 5% government funding.


Light House Cinema is a specialist independent cinema committed to programming the best Irish and International films. Our eclectic schedule includes feature films, shorts, classics, foreign language and animated films, feature length documentaries, Event Cinema, inventive special events, seasons and festivals. In addition to our core specialist programming, we show films that might be considered more ‘commercial art house’ and films that crossover into mainstream cinema when we believe that the film or its talent (writer, director, cast) are of particular interest to our audience.

The films we select serve to challenge our audience and encourage engagement with current aesthetic, political, social and cultural issues and trends.

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Simon Griffin