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WHAT'S ON - 08/10/2023

  • BALLYWALTER

    Shambolic twenty-something taxi driver Eileen (Seána Kerslake) lives at home in Belfast with her irritating mother and pregnant sister. She takes a weekly booking from Shane (Patrick Kielty), a man in his forties, bruised by the recent breakdown of his... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 20.40

  • BLACKBERRY

    The precipitous rise and calamitous fall of the world’s first smartphone – the device you had before you got an iPhone, as one-character quips – is recounted in Matt Johnson’s breathlessly paced, insightful, wryly amusing, and wholly engrossing film which... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 15.20, 20.00

  • OUSMANE SEMBÈNE: EMITAÏ

    During World War II, Marshal Pétain’s French forces and their African lackeys comb the Senegalese countryside, conscripting young Diola men into service and attempting to seize rice stores for soldiers back in Europe. Torn between allegiance to their silent gods... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 15.00

  • STAGING THE TREATY (3): THE PURGE

    A four-part filmed presentation of Staging The Treaty by ANU Productions – a live recording of the long-form theatre performance re-staging the Dáil Debates of (1921–1922) at the original location where they took place in Earlsfort Terrace. Based on adaptation of... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 12.30

  • STAGING THE TREATY (4): THE BALLOT

    A four-part filmed presentation of Staging The Treaty by ANU Productions – a live recording of the long-form theatre performance re-staging the Dáil Debates of (1921–1922) at the original location where they took place in Earlsfort Terrace. Based on adaptation of... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 14.50

  • TARRAC

    Aoife (Kelly Gough) returns home to help her father (Lorcan Cranitch) recover from a heart attack. Day to day they get along just fine but never talk about the loss of Aoife’s mother. Over the summer, Aoife gets pulled back... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 12.40, 17.20

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