Film buffs will be in the dark at Secret Screenings

By Esther Hayden

Wexford Omniplex will be one of a six of cinemas across Ireland to show a secret screening on Monday, May 15, at 6.45 p.m.

This is just the second Secret Screening in Ireland and it will give movie fans the chance to see a major new film before it goes on general release. This screening will be an action comedy and that is the only detail that movie goers will be aware of as they attend the screening. They will literally be in the dark until the opening film credits start to roll!

At the inaugural Secret Screening Omniplex patrons were given the chance to see the much-acclaimed horror and US Box office hit, Get out before it went on general release in Ireland. Omniplex have set the bar high for their Secret Screenings series and their second event will not disappoint with plenty of fun, thrills and spills promised from a major new action comedy, sure to keep audiences on the edge of a few belly laughs as well as their seats.

While this comedy caper will have broad appeal, Omniplex promise plenty of choice from Secret Screenings events which will be hosted regularly though the year.

Tickets to the Secret Screening are limited and priced at €10 each which includes a medium popcorn and drink. Secret Screenings are available to book online exclusively to MyOmniplex members aged 16 years and over only.

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