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A Bump Along the Way image

A Bump Along the Way (15)

Irish Film Festival London

London Premiere

Extra Features: director and cast Q&A | short film | pre-screening drinks


A Bump Along the Way is a female-led feel good comedy drama set in Derry, Northern Ireland, about a middle-aged woman whose unexpected pregnancy after a one-night stand acts as the catalyst for her to finally take control of her life and become the role model her teenage daughter needs and craves.


Join us in the bar from 7:30pm for a pre-screening drink on us.


Screening with short film: Becoming Cherrie


Becoming Cherrie is a short documentary about actor and performer Matthew Cavan, AKA Cherrie Ontop, Belfast’s beloved drag artist, who is living with HIV in a conservative Northern Irish society. Directed by Nicky Larkin, 11 mins.


TICKET BUNDLES


The Colin Farrell (Festival Pass) - £75

• Entry to all ten events, plus a free IFL tote bag & t-shirt.

Click here to purchase your Festival Pass

• save up to £37


Two For Twenty - £20

• Any two events for £20 (Irish Shorts not included).

• Book tickets as normal, discount comes off at the checkout.

• save up to £4

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Thursday 21 Nov 201920:00
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Fireside Chat: Roisin Conaty + Bridget Christie

Irish Film Festival London


We are delighted to welcome to the festival two of the UK’s most admired second-generation Irish creative minds: Roisin Conaty and Bridget Christie.


Roisin won the Best Newcomer Award at the 2010 Edinburgh Festival, and went on to perform stand-up all over the world. She is a frequent guest on many TV panel shows on BBC and Channel 4, and has most recently released the second series of her own sitcom GameFace, which she originated, wrote and stars in.


Bridget is an Edinburgh Comedy Award, Rose D’Or and South Bank Arts award winner and star of her own Netflix special and award-winning BBC Radio 4 series. She has appeared in numerous other TV and radio programmes and has written a weekly column for the Guardian Weekend magazine.


We will be chatting with Roisin and Bridget about growing up as a second-generation Irish person in the UK, and getting their view on what influences, good and bad, come from having Irish heritage.


TICKET BUNDLES


The Colin Farrell (Festival Pass) - £75

• Entry to all ten events, plus a free IFL tote bag & t-shirt.

Click here to purchase your Festival Pass

• save up to £37


Two For Twenty - £20

• Any two events for £20 (Irish Shorts not included).

• Book tickets as normal, discount comes off at the checkout.

• save up to £4


Book Tickets

Thursday 21 Nov 201918:30