Breaking Boundaries – Ireland’s Extraordinary Cricket World Cup

The North West MS Therapy Centre is delighted to announce an unprecedented cinematic experience, for people living in the North West of Ireland.

On Wednesday March 5th, a one off charity screening of Sligoman Paul Davey’s film “Breaking Boundaries – Ireland’s Extraordinary Cricket World Cup� will take place at Sligo’s gaiety cinema.

The film captures a behind the scenes viewpoint of an amazing six weeks in the lives of 15 part time Irish sportsmen and for Ireland itself.

Coming from jobs that include a farmer, postman, teachers and salesmen, from both sides of the Irish religious divide, this team experienced an amazing period in their lives, including them causing the biggest upset in world cup history by beating Pakistan, getting caught up in a murder investigation, one of their officials dieing, the effect on the players of Ireland’s peace agreement. the list goes on and the journey for the viewer is a gripping heartfelt one, where you don’t need to know the first thing about cricket to enjoy.

This film has been applauded by critics. The Sunday Tribune called it “The unmissable film of the year, The Mirror described it as “Brilliant. an absolute triumph�, the Sunday Times hit the nail on the head and described it as “Even non cricket fans will be bowled over…unforgettable�, BBC’s Alison Mitchell described it as “A refreshingly heartfelt film�. The reviews are still coming in.

The evening will begin at 7:00 PM with a wine and cheese reception followed by the screening of “Breaking Boundaries�, which will be introduced by director Paul Davey.

There will be a draw on the night, for the following prizes.

A weekend for two at the four star Rochestown Park Hotel in Cork. Valued at 400 euro, it includes Dinner, Bed and Breakfast at this beautiful hotel.
A high quality ladies bicycle.
Double passes for the Gaiety Cinema.

All proceeds goto the MS Northwest Therapy Centre.

The dvd will go on sale in leading outlets from March 7 and will feature over 50 minutes of extras, including outtakes, deleted scenes, extended interviews, a directors interview and comments from other teams.

Tickets for the charity screening are 20 euro and can be purchased at the following locations:

Joe Mc Cann’s Menswear, Wine Street Car Park, Sligo
Seamus Dolan, Dolan’s Pork and Bacon, John Street, Sligo
Or by phoning Liam Hunt 087-2543957 or Breege Kilcullen 087-2851112
Tickets will also be available at the cinema on the night but it’s best to buy a ticket in advance to avoid disappointment.

For further information please contact the following people.
Helen Killcullen 087-6808707/ hkilcullen@gmail.com (Event organizer)
Paul Davey 087-2644701/paul.davey@erskinesolutions.com.au (Film contact)
Vincent vincent@cityproperty.ws (North West MS therapy centre)