Pride in Ireland’s capital city saw the red carpet rolled away and a blue one bought in for the Dublin Oldschool world premiere in the Lighthouse Cinema last night.
The highly anticipated screen adaptation was directed by David Tynan and will be in cinemas from the 29th of June.
Emmet Kirwan has previously described the movie as “Dublin dipped in acid” and believes it shows “Ireland as it is.”
It’s based off his play of the same name and follows the tale of Jason (who Emmet plays) an aspiring DJ.
His life is changed when he crosses paths with his brother, a homeless heroin addict.
Kirwan pulled on real-life experience writing the play and he too has a brother who has triumphed over drug addiction and homelessness.
Stars rocking the red carpet included the cast, celebrities and political figures celebrating the new Irish film.
Emmet Kirwan, Ali Foy, Ian Lloyd Anderson, Sarah Greene, Aoibhinn McGinnity, Seana Kerslake, Mark O’Halloran and Leah Minto were among the cast members who power posed for the paparazzi.
Stephen Jones and Bryan Quinn also feature in the film.
Mango and Mathman, the musical duo who are taking the Irish festival circuit by storm again this summer, perform in the film.
They attended the premiere last night, sneaking Insta stories up from inside the screening, before packing up to bop down Body and Soul for another stomper of a show.
2FM’s Tara Stewart came along to support her rapper beau, Mango at the premiere.
Celeb couple Steve Garrigan and Diana Bunici posed together looking loved up on the blue carpet.
Comedian Alison Spittle and singer Loah also came along to see the screening.
Political powerhouse Senator Lynn Ruane enjoyed the premiere posing before the movie with partner Rónán Ó’Dálaigh.
Pictures: Cathal Burke / G. McDonnell / VIPIRELAND.COM Seana Kerslake