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HONEYMOON IN IRELAND
Ireland is an enticing honeymoon destination for a young American newly-weds. They visit Dublin’s Moore Street, the Bird Market... Read More
★★★★ – Guardian
When journalist, author and activist Jane Jacobs wrote her seminal work, The Death and Life of Great American Cities in 1961, she helped to change the way we consider urban living; viewing cities as holistic networks... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 16.00
A haunting elegy set in the aftermath of World War I, Frantz is another successful change of pace for the prolific and versatile François Ozon (Swimming Pool, 8 Women, Potiche).
Mourning the death in battle of her fiancé Frantz, Anna... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 13.10 | 15.50 | 18.15
★★★★ – RTE ★★★★ – The Irish Times
Returning to boarding school after the holidays, Ned (Fionn O’Shea), a bullied but resilient outsider, is dismayed to find he has been assigned a new roommate, Conor (Nicholas Galitzine), a... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 20.50
Audio Description (AD) will be available on all screenings.
Beautifully directed by William Oldroyd from a screenplay by noted playwright Alice Birch, Lady Macbeth sees teenage Katherine (Florence Pugh) sold into marriage to an older man, Alexander, and the household... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 14.00 | 20.35
Woody Allen was famously so unhappy with Manhattan that he wanted to offer United Artists a new project for free if they would agree not to release it, a position that will no doubt seem baffling to audiences revisiting the... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 13.20 | 18.25
★★★★ – The Irish Times ★★★★ – The Guardian
Opulent, erotic and replete with exquisite period detail and sly narrative trickery, The Handmaiden is everything we have come to expect from director Chan-wook Park (Oldboy, Thirst, Stoker) who... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 15.30 | 20.10
Set against the backdrop of the negotiations that would ultimately result in the St. Andrew’s Agreement of 2006, The Journey is, as it is careful to make clear, a highly fictionalised account of the origin of the political and personal... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 18.10
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