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Irish cinemans will be able to celebrate their summer with a few festive games, with some new offerings being added to their offerings.
Ireland’s largest cinema chain Cinemark has confirmed that its Irish-language channels will return to the schedule, and will have a “family friendly” theme to the holiday season.
The news comes just days after the operator’s Irish language channel was cancelled, while its English language channel will be back on in September.
Cinemark said that it is working with Irish and UK authorities to create a new series of games in 2018.
This will include “family-friendly” and “family fun”, Cinemark said.
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The company said that cinemas will have their main slate of titles screened in the evening, and that they will be available to watch on demand, with more than a dozen of their films currently available.
The return of Irish- and UK-language content is part of a wider strategy to attract more audiences, with Cinemark also opening its own Irish-speaking channel.