Dublin's Stella Theatre is showing some fan favourite classics this weekend 2 years ago

Dublin's Stella Theatre is showing some fan favourite classics this weekend

Thinking of heading to the flicks?

Then why not head to the fab Stella Theatre in Rathmines, Dublin. The newly revamped cinema has a 1920s-esque feel and on the weekends it serves brunch and drinks right to your seat. IDEAL.

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And this weekend, be it a date with the gals or maybe you are celebrating Valentine's Day early, whatever the case may be, the cinema is showing a variety of films both new and old, leaving you spoilt for choice.

Here is the lineup for this weekend -

Friday

Phantom Thread - 18:15pm, 21:10pm

Edward Scissorhands - 23:55pm

Saturday

Phantom Thread - 15:30pm, 18:20pm, 21:10pm

The Lion King - 10:00am

Matrix - 12:30pm

Inception - 23:55pm

Sunday

Phantom Thread - 15:00pm, 18:00pm, 21:00pm

The Emoji Movie - 10:00am

Rain Man - 12:10pm

The Stella Theatre which originally first opened its doors in 1923 and now since re-opening late last year, it has become a firm favourite spot amongst all ages.

Each seat has an ottoman which is there for tired legs to stretch out on and take a rest. There are also cashmere blankets for an extra cosy feel.

Of course, watching movies in this place is going to cost you a little more… standard tickets are €19 and kids can go to their movies at the weekends for just €8 - and seriously worth it for the experience.

You can purchase tickets online here.