To celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the legendary Oscar winning movie BRAVEHEART, join The Sean Lawlor Artist’s Trust this August bank holiday Saturday for an all day family festival.
The Sean Lawlor Artist’s Trust presents the 20th Anniversary outdoor screening of the legendary Oscar winning movie Braveheart, on the beautiful grounds of Trim castle, the Norman castle used in the filming of the movie.
What to expect at Braveheart 20:
A special screening of Braveheart on a custom made 60 meter outdoor screen, with many of the actors confirmed to be walking the red carpet on the day. A personal video feed from Mel Gibson, who is a great support of the charity. A spectacular parade preformed by Society of William Wallace in the style of 13th century Scottish warriors, battle reenactments from the Swords of Delreada, Archery lesson’s from Athboy Archers, musical performance from the mystical sounds of Landless and many local food and craft stalls.
Braveheart 20 is a non-profit event with all proceeds going to The Sean Lawlor artist’s trust and other local charities, such as Meath River Rescue, Trim Red Cross, St Joseph’s community nursing unit and Trim meals on wheels.
The Sean Lawlor Artist’s Trust is a charity organization that has been set up to help artists who are in dire financial straits and in need of care or medical attention.
Sean Lawlor played Malcolm Wallace in the movie Braveheart but sadly lost his battle with cancer in 2010.
Shortly after Sean passing the trust was set up to insure better support of Irish artists in need.