Drive in Christmas Movies and the sparkle of the silver screen at Ferry Terminal, Dún Laoghaire

by Alison O'Hanlon
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Buckle up, pop some popcorn and tick another bucket list family adventure with a trip to the movies from the comfort of your car. With a bumper selection of films to choose from, get ready for a wild ride with Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council’s drive in movies line up for Christmas. 

On Sunday December 18th Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone bursts onto the big screen at 4pm followed by Christmas blockbuster It’s a Wonderful Life at 7pm.  Tickets are available from at €15 per vehicle.

Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown is all aglow this year with exciting 3D light installations, fairylike forest walks at Marlay Park and Cabinteely Park and several buildings are bathed with a magical glow.  Lots of activities are outdoors inviting people to wrap up warm, get out in the crisp clean air, soak up the festive spirit and go ‘walking in a winter wonderland’. 

This year, pedal power will also take centre stage with a twinkling Christmas tree on the iconic bandstand on the pier from 4pm to 8pm tomorrow, which light up as people cycle a bike to ‘keep her lit’ for the festive season.

Santa Post Boxes will be in place at dlr LexIcon in Dún Laoghaire, Marlay Park in Rathfarnham, Deerpark in Mount Merrion and Cabinteely Park by special commission of Santa Claus.  

The postal address is Santa Claus, North Pole, The Arctic, The World, The Universe.  

The letters are whizzed off to the North Pole via Elf Airlines direct to Santa who replies to every single one.  

Last Post to the North Pole is Tuesday December 20th at 4pm

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