Join our Group Membership scheme at the IFI and you will each receive your own individual IFI Membership (usually €35 per annum, €20 per annum for concessions) including all of the great IFI Membership benefits: CHEAPER tickets, DISCOUNTS at the IFI, FREE ticket when you sign up, FREE previews and much more, for the special reduced Group Membership rate of €30 or €15 for concessions*!
That’s €5 off each membership, as a thank you for signing up together!
Once you have at least 10 group members on board please download this Group Membership Form and fill out everyone’s details. Send the form in to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get back to you shortly afterwards to process payment and set up your membership cards. It’s that easy! You can also collect a form in person at the IFI Box Office, 7 days a week, from 12.30 – 9pm.
All cultural, community, voluntary or not for profit organisations are welcome! Whether you’re a knitting group, a book club, co-workers or volunteers in a not for profit organisation or charity, members of a community group, a musical society…and everyone in between!
The IFI is the perfect haven in the heart of Dublin city to enjoy some award-winning and fascinating cinema either individually or as part of a group. Discuss the film afterwards over a bite to eat in our popular IFI Café Bar or enjoy a few craft beers out on our terrace. With daily specials and FREE WIFI, the IFI Café Bar is also a great spot to meet for a coffee and a pastry in the morning or even to have an informal meeting with other group members.
Full IFI Membership benefits: (€35, CONCESSIONS* €20, annually)
* Concession Membership is for students, unwaged and seniors, valid proof of concession required.
**Places limited; Members are notified by email to apply and winners chosen at random
*** Maximum two diners per membership can avail of discount
Please note IFI Membership is for over 18’s only.
ARCHIVE AT LUNCHTIME PROGRAMME 1: JULY 2018
13.00, 15.40, 18.15 (Film Club)
RACER AND THE JAILBIRD
THE HAPPY PRINCE
The IFI is supported by The Arts Council