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Win Kirsten Sheridan’s Dollhouse on DVD


FRESH from its award-winning international festival tour and following its bow in Irish cinemas last December, the exhilarating DOLLHOUSE will be available to buy and rent from next Monday (April 15).

Written and directed by Academy Award nominee Kirsten Sheridan (In America, Disco Pigs) DOLLHOUSE explores one frenzied night when wild teens from Dublin’s inner city break into a luxurious house in an upper class suburb for a night of partying, destruction and mayhem.

More Competitions:

The talented Irish cast includes Jack Reynor who was recently cast in the lead of Transformers 4.

To coincide with the release, and thanks to Soda Pictures, the Irish post has FIVE copies to giveaway to our readers.

To be in with a chance of winning simply follow the simple steps below:

1. Like The Irish Post on Facebook or follow us on Twitter: (if you are already doing this, skip to step 2)



2. Answer this simple question:

Which famous Irish director is Kirsten Sheridan’s father?

a.    Patrick Sheridan

b.    Jim Sheridan

c.    Peter Sheridan

Send your answer to competitions@http:// and put ‘Dollhouse Comp’ in the subject line.

Competition closes Friday April 19 at 1pm.

We will announce the lucky winner on our Facebook and Twitter page. Terms and conditions apply and winners will be chosen at random.

To keep up to date on The Irish Post competitions follow us on Facebook / Twitter




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