The National Gallery of Ireland are having a free screening of this hit kids movie
Free you say?
Yes, The National Gallery of Ireland will be screening this hit children's film completely free of charge!
Zootropolis also known as Zootopia (it was renamed Zootropolis for it's UK release) will be shown at the gallery in Dublin this Sunday.
Tying in with their exhibition 'Curious Creatures - Frans Post & Brazil', the film screening will take place in the gallery's lecture theatre and begins at 3 pm.
Tickets to this event are free but need to be pre-booked beforehand.
The screening is presented by the Friends of the National Gallery and is open to members and non-members.
It can often be a struggle to find things to do with the kids on a Sunday, never mind free events, so this screening is a real treat for families living or visiting the city this weekend.
Located at Merrion Square West, Dublin 2, this stunning gallery is the perfect spot for a relaxing Sunday afternoon.
The screening takes place this Sunday, September 16 at 3 pm and runs for approximately 108 minutes.
If you would like to book tickets for this fantastic free event you can through The National Gallery of Ireland's website.