Adventure is out there as Pixar Season comes to the Light House


If you love Pixar, you’ve got a friend in the Light House.

For nearly 25 years Pixar have been among the brightest lights for many a childhood; producing high quality animation both in short films and features with a phenomenal success rate. It’s a studio with plenty of ups and downs, particularly behind the scenes, but on screen they rarely disappoint, with innovative animation and stories that appeal to children and adults alike. It’s a Light House Cinema tradition to screen a programme of films you’d love your kids to see during the summer break, this summer, they’re doubling down with a season of films you know your kids will love to see, as they screen the studio’s entire back catalogue of features for Pixar Season.

All throughout August they’ll be screening every Pixar film to date, from Toy Story up to Coco (expect to hear more from Film In Dublin about their most recent film, Incredibles 2, before the week is out). That’s eighteen films, making for a packed season, with such variety that there’s bound to be one in there for everybody. Even people who like Cars. The season kicks off on Friday 10th of August with A Bug’s Life and continues until The Good Dinosaur on the 26th.

Check out the full schedule for Pixar Season below. Tickets are available now from the Light House Cinema.

 

A Bug’s Life – 10th August, 3pm & 6pm

 

Finding Dory – 11th August, 4.15pm

 

Finding Nemo – 11th August, 2pm

 

Cars 3 – 12th August, 5pm

 

Cars 2 – 12th August, 2.30pm

 

Cars – 12th August, 12pm

 

Inside Out – 13th August, 12pm & 6.30pm

 

WALL-E – 14th August, 4pm & 6.30pm

 

Monsters Inc. 15th August, 12.00pm & 6.30pm, 18th August, 12pm

 

Up! – 16th August, 12pm & 6.30pm, 26th August 4pm

 

Ratatouille – 17th August, 3.30pm, 6.30pm

 

Monsters University 18th August, 4.15pm

 

Toy Story – 19th August, 12pm, 21st August, 12pm & 6.30pm

 

Toy Story 3 – 19th August, 4.30pm, 23rd August 12pm & 6.30pm

 

Toy Story 2 19th August, 4pm, 22nd August 12pm & 6.30pm

 

The Incredibles 20th August, 3pm & 6.30pm

 

 Coco –25th August, 12pm

 

Brave25th August, 2pm

 

The Good Dinosuar – 26th August, 2pm

 

Luke Dunne
About me

Luke is a writer, film addict and Dublin native who loves how much there is for film fans in his home county. A former writer for FilmFixx and the Freakin' Awesome Network, he founded Film In Dublin to pursue his dual dreams of writing about film and never sleeping ever again.

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