Irish Wildlife Trust hosts Irish premiere of 'Play Again'
To celebrate the launch of the Irish Wildlife Trust's new Primary School Adventures, you are invited the Irish premiere screening of the internationally acclaimed film 'Play Again'. This film investigates "what are the consequences of a childhood removed from nature?"
The average British child spends over five and half hours in front of TV, not including time spent on the Internet, video games and phones. This is twice the amount of time spent in schools during a year. With children spending over 80% of their lives in front of screens, indoors, living in a virtual world, this film asks what are the consequences of growing up in this environment
A panel discussion afterwards with Paddy Madden Primary Education Lecturer, Sarah O'Malley, Environmental Educator and Researcher and Gordon D'Arcy, Wildlife Artist and Educator, will help to bring these issues into an Irish context and take questions from the audience.
Date: 10th March
Cost: €9 / €7.50 concession
Location: Light House Cinema, Smithfield, Dublin
For bookings or further information contact the Light House Cinema box office on 01 879 7601
“What they do not know, they will not protect and what they do not protect, they will lose.” – Charles Jordan, PLAY AGAIN