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Release date: 10 May 2016
Running time: 106 minutes
A Dublin teenager forms a band in this irresistibly catchy celebration of all things eighties. Dublin, 1985: times are hard and jobs are scarce. 14-year-old teenager Conor (Ferdia Walsh-Peelo) finds an outlet from his humdrum life through his love of the latest music from the likes of The Cure, Hall & Oates and Spandau Ballet. He also reluctantly has to adapt to a new school where, unexpectedly, he falls for Raphina (Lucy Boynton). Offering to put her in a music video, Conor runs up against an obstacle: he has neither a band nor a song. There's only one thing to do: he must get a group together, one that will be known as Sing Street. This nostalgic and delightful comedy drama is the latest movie from Once and Begin Again visionary John Carney. Scored to some of the decade's most timeless, chart-topping hits, it's a critically acclaimed slice of life that promises to have you dancing in the aisles.
Original title: Sing Street - Unlimited Card Screening
Age restrictions: 12A