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ANZAC Centenary - Cinematic Experience @ the IFI

"World-First" Cinematic Experience to mark ANZAC Day Centenary in Ireland

Irish Film Institute (IFI) on ANZAC Day, Saturday, 25 April 2015 from 11.15am to 14.00pm

The New Zealand Ireland Association will host a screening of rare photographic and film footage uniquely curated for the NZIA to mark the anniversary of the WWI landing at Gallipoli. In a world-first cinematic experience, the event will also include a satellite broadcast of the Centenary ANZAC Dawn Service from Gallipoli from that same morning. The screening will take place at the Irish Film Institute (IFI) on ANZAC Day, Saturday, 25 April 2015 from 11.15am to 14.00pm.

Tickets, which must be purchased in advance, cost a nominal €15 per adult and €5 per child (plus booking fee) to cover expenses. Ticket price includes tea, coffee and pastries which will be served in advance of the screening.

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ANZAC 2015 @ Christchurch Cathedral Dublin

Gallipoli Service of Remembrance.

Sunday 26 April, 2015.  Christchurch Cathedral, Dublin 2, 3.30pm.

The annual evening Service of Remembrance will take place this year in Christchurch Cathedral at 3.30pm on Sunday 26 April (note the change from St Ann's Church).

The commemorative nature of the evening service has been extended in recent years to include Irish soldiers who served at Gallipoli as well as New Zealand and Australian causalities from WW1 and other military operations.

This year’s service, which is open to the public, is organised by the New Zealand Ireland Association with the assistance of the Dean and Chapter of Christchurch Cathedral.

Taking part in the service will be the Deputy Head of Mission for New Zealand, Mr Rob Taylor, and the Australian Ambassador Dr Ruth Adler.

The normal post Service of Remembrance reception will be held in Dublin Castle, hosted by the Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Heather Humphries, T.D.

In order to accommodate guests at the reception please indicate your intention to attend by contacting This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it stating the number of people in your group.




Get Luke to St Louis

A fellow kiwi who now lives in Ireland, Peter Herangi, is running a campaign to raise funds to help his son, Luke who has cerebral palsy.

Luke is 4 years old and has cerebral palsy which affects the muscles in his legs. As he gets older the spasticity (or tightness) in his muscles will further limit his mobility and it’s likely that he will need a wheelchair for anything other than very short distances, if his condition goes untreated.




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