'Sing Street' is one of the most successful Irish-made films of recent years - and now audiences will have the opportunity to experience it in an authentic setting.

John Carney's Golden Globe-nominated 2016 film was shot in Dublin's Synge Street secondary school, and the school will host a special screening of the film for Culture Night on Friday, September 22nd.

The event will launch Screen Ireland’s A Place in Our Story – "a series of events for the Irish public marking 30 years of a national agency for Irish film and filmmaking, and paying tribute to the essential place film has in our story, across culture and community."

If you've never seen the film, meanwhile, the blurb goes: "Sing Street takes us back to 1980s Dublin where the recession forces 14-year-old Cosmo out of his comfortable private school and into survival mode at the inner-city public school. He turns to music and forms a ragtag band, shooting scrappy music videos, and finding refuge and love with the beautiful 16-year-old Raphina."

As the film was set in the 1980s, there's an '80s dress code on the night and even better, tickets are free - but it's an alcohol-free event.

Doors open at 7.30pm and the screening starts at 8pm. You can book your free tickets here.