Emmet Kirwan’s play comes to the big screen, telling the story of Jason – an aspiring DJ whose life revolves around ‘the session’, but who is stopped in his tracks by a chance encounter with his homeless, heroin-addicted brother Daniel... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 13.40 | 15.45 | 17.50 | 20.00
Diane Kruger gives a superlative performance in Fatih Akin’s (Head-On, The Edge of Heaven) confident, highly topical political thriller which explores the newly radicalised behaviour of a woman battling for justice when her husband and young son are killed in... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 15.30
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This atmospheric, hallucinatory drama about youth at risk in small-town Ireland represents an auspicious feature debut for Northern Irish director Aoife McArdle, who brings to the cinema screen the dynamic visual sense... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 20.10
Legendary British fashion designer Alexander McQueen’s story is told in six chapters, each developed around a pivotal moment in his life coinciding with the launch of a new collection in one of his revolutionary fashion shows where the catwalk was... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 18.10
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From his pioneering synth-pop music to winning an Oscar for his score to The Last Emperor in 1987; Ryuichi Sakamoto has become one of the most renowned composers of his generation. Made over a five-year period during... Read More
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Studio 54 contains a sequence of flashing lights which might affect guests who are susceptible to photosensitive epilepsy.
The legendary Studio 54 made its debut on the New York nightclub scene forty-one years ago in 1977 and remained open for just... Read More
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Spanning a decade that culminated in the 34th amendment to the Irish constitution, Linda Cullen and Vanessa Gildea’s IFTA-nominated documentary feature follows the founders and members of the Marriage Equality organisation, as they campaigned for the extension of civil marriage... Read More
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Oscar Wilde’s final years are the subject of Rupert Everett’s heartfelt debut as director, the actor ably essaying the role of the once-celebrated writer who now lives in destitution in Paris.
Flashbacks to Wilde in his pomp as the toast... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 20.30
ARCHIVE AT LUNCHTIME PROGRAMME 1: JULY 2018
DARK SKIES: INVASION: ALIENS (70MM)
20.20 [SOLD OUT]
THE HAPPY PRINCE
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