Introduced by Tiernan Brady, policy director of GLEN: The Irish Gay and Lesbian Equality Network and the political director of the Yes Equality campaign.
8.30pm, Prince Charles Cinema, WC2H 7BY
2005 / 128 mins / Dir: Neil Jordan / 
As a baby, Patrick (Cillian Murphy) is left by his mother on the steps of the rectory in their small Irish town. He’s discovered by Father Liam (Liam Neeson) and placed in an abusive foster home. By the time he’s a teen, Patrick identifies himself as transgendered, renames himself Kitten and sets out for London with a rock group in hopes of finding his mother, the Phantom Lady. Along the way he finds himself in a series of sticky situations, from brushes with the IRA and the British police to anti-LGBT scrapes and a brief period as a Womble of Wimbledon!
In recognition of the passing of the Thirty-fourth Amendment of the Constitution of Ireland (Marriage Equality) Act 2015, the Irish Film Festival London are proud to present this film in support of our LGBTI community at home in Ireland and here in London.
Tickets £11 full price | £8.50 concession
Tickets available from www.princecharlescinema.com
Tel: 020 74943654
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