Film fans can raise the roof at the Rooftop Cinema at Jam Park this summer

The recently-opened Jam Park in Swords describes itself as “an adults playground”, a multi-experience venue for food, drink, gaming, dancing and more. So long as no one turns into donkeys after an extended stay at this Business Park Pleasure Island, it should open up a fun new range of possibilities for entertainment seekers looking something different, and with their upcoming Rooftop Cinema screenings, film fans are sure to find something that takes their fancy.

The Jam Park is the latest venue offered by Bodytonic, the team behind the likes of Beatyard and The Big Grill. They also run popular Dublin spots The Bernard Shaw, Wigwam and Eatyard. Dublin will be having its own Rooftop Cinema this summer courtesy of the Jam Park, as they’ll be showing a variety of showings and special events up on their roof at selected dates over this summer. Here’s hoping the weather starts to pick up very soon for the venue’s ScreenYard series, which will host a number of group movie nights over the summer months.

A selection of cult classics, comedies, horror and even sing-alongs will be shown on the venue’s topside rooftop terrace. Check out the full list of upcoming showings in the list below:

Rooftop Cinema Screenings

  • Independence Day – 4 July
  • Pulp Fiction – 14 July
  • This Is Spinal Tap – 28 July
  • Fight Club – 11 Aug
  • The Big Lebowski – 25 Aug
  • Jaws – 1 Sept

The Jam Park’s main room will also be hosting regular film screenings in the months ahead, providing a similar experience to venues like the city centre’s Sugar Club to see popular films with friends over a few drinks, again with a special sing-along cinema series to come down the line.

Main Room Screenings

  • Goonies – National Pirate Day – 19 Sept
  • Shut Up and Play the Hits – 3 Oct
  • Ghostbusters – 24 Oct
  • Stop Making Sense – 7 Nov
  • Back to the Future – 14 Nov
  • Elf – 11 Dec

Check out more info about Jam Park and get your FA’d Qs answered here.

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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