The Irish Architecture Foundation is excited to present this series of short films commissioned for Open House Dublin 2021.
Site Specific takes us on a journey through some of Dublin’s most iconic buildings including a rare insight into the Liberties Iveagh Markets, the college of catering Cathal Brugha Street and the restoration of the Four Courts. We will step inside Pigeon House Power Station, delve into the history of the Cork Street Fever Hospital and meet Architect Ryan Kennihan as he takes us on a tour of Baltrasna House.
Site Specific will premier at Lighthouse Cinema to a limited audience but don’t worry if you don’t manage to book a ticket as we will also screen the films online the same evening. You can also call into the IAF building at 15 Bachelor’s walk over the weekend where the films will be screened on a loop in our theatre space.
Click on this link to view the screening schedule for IAF theatre at 15 Bachelors Walk
Lighthouse Cinema Accessibility
The Site Specific Films will be captioned. Lighthouse cinema is fully wheelchair accessible with lifts located on each floor. There is a dedicated accessible toilet located on the mezzanine at -2 level, please ask a member of staff for the pass code to gain entry. Each screen has designated wheelchair accessible seats.
Availability of the wheelchair seats differs with every performance. Please note, due to Covid-19 restrictions the maximum capacity for those who require a wheelchair seat is one. A complimentary carer seat is provided with these seats.
There is a Loop system in every screen. The loop system is an assistive listening device that works along with your hearing aid. The aim of the loop system is to help overcome background noise. The loop system must be activated in your hearing aid for you to be able to connect. Not all hearing aids are compatible with this system.
There is limited accessible parking available at the Queen Street Park-Rite Car Park. Please contact Park-Rite directly for more information and advance booking at www.parkrite.ie or call (01) 542 5600