Mamma Mia is returning to Irish cinemas for one day only to celebrate Galentine's Day 3 months ago

Mamma Mia is returning to Irish cinemas for one day only to celebrate Galentine's Day

It is part of a special offer so it definitely won't cost you a lot of money, money, money.

First things first.

What is Galentine's Day, you might be asking?

Well... we could tell you, but it might make more sense for Leslie Knope to explain it for us...

Clip via Parks and Recreation

To celebrate 2020's Galentine's Day, Omniplex Cinemas around the country will be bringing Mamma Mia back to the big screen for one day only.

First released in 2008, the movie went on to become a box office behemoth, banking $615 million around the world, and the 2018 sequel was also a huge commercial success.

Meryl Streep, Pierce Brosnan, Colin Firth, Stellan Skarsgard, Amanda Seyfried, Julie Walters, and Christine Baranski sang no less than 22 of the best ABBA songs across the movie, and we're betting that audience members will be singing right alongside them at these special screenings.

The movie will kick off at 6.30pm on Thursday 13 February, and tickets are just €10 including your movie ticket and a medium combo!

You can check the availability for the movie at your local Omniplex right here.