Friday 24 February - Monday 27 February

    Best (12A) Book Tickets


    92 mins – United Kingdom 2016 – Documentary – Dir: Daniel Gordon
    Featuring: George Best, Angie Best and Alex Best

    “Transparent, emotional and brutally honest” Sports Gazette
    Friday 24 February - Monday 27 February

    Manchester By The Sea (15A) Book Tickets

    Manchester By The Sea

    137 mins. – United States 2016 – Dir: Kenneth Lonergan
    Starring: Casey Affleck, Michelle Williams and Kyle Chandler

    “Masterfully told and beautifully acted” Empire
    Sunday 5 March - Wednesday 8 March

    Toni Erdmann (16 / F-Rated) Book Tickets

    Toni Erdmann

    162 mins – Germany / Austria 2016 – Subtitles – Dir: Maren Ade
    Starring: Peter Simonischek, Sandra Hüller and Michael Wittenborn

    "A unique...a humane, hilarious triumph" Variety
    Sunday 5 March - Wednesday 8 March

    Meetings With Ivor (12A) Book Tickets

    Meetings With Ivor

    81 mins – Ireland – Documentary – Dir: Alan Gilsenan
    Featuring: Ivor Browne, Tommy Tiernan and Tom Murphy

    “An utterly fascinating portrait of a man”
    Sunday 12 March - Wednesday 15 March

    Moonlight (15A) Book Tickets


    111 mins – United States 2016 – Dir: Barry Jenkins
    Starring: Mahershala Ali, Shariff Earp and Duan Sanderson

    “Excellent… a film filled with bittersweet ironies” Globe and Mail
    Sunday 12 March - Wednesday 15 March

    Hidden Figures (PG / F-Rated) Book Tickets

    Hidden Figures

    127 mins – United States 2016 – Dir: Theodore Melfi
    Starring: Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer and Janelle Monáe

    “Dazzling piece of entertainment and a window into history” Time Magazine
    Sunday 19 March - Wednesday 22 March

    It's Only The End Of The World (15A) Book Tickets

    It's Only The End Of The World

    99 mins – Canada / France 2016 – Subtitles – Dir: Xavier Dolan
    Starring: Nathalie Baye, Vincent Cassel and Marion Cotillard

    “Brilliant, stylised and hallucinatory” The Guardian
    Sunday 19 March - Wednesday 22 March

    20th Century Women (16 / F-Rated) Book Tickets

    20th Century Women

    118 mins – United States 2016 – Dir: Mike Mills
    Starring: Annette Bening, Greta Gerwig and Elle Fanning

    “A funny, emotionally piercing story” New York Times
    Sunday 26 March - Wednesday 29 March

    Certain Women (12A / F-Rated) Book Tickets

    Certain Women

    107 mins – United States 2016 – Dir: Kelly Reichardt
    Starring: Michelle Williams, Kristen Stewart and Laura Dern

    “Powerful, focused, nervy, lean” Sight and Sound
    Sunday 26 March - Wednesday 29 March

    Sweet Dreams (12A) Book Tickets

    Sweet Dreams

    131 mins – Italy / France 2016 – Subtitles – Dir: Marco Bellocchio
    Starring: Bérénice Bejo, Valerio Mastandrea and Fabrizio Gifuni

    “Authentic to the last…beautifully crafted film” The Film Stage
    Sunday 2 April - Wednesday 5 April

    Personal Shopper (15A) Book Tickets

    Personal Shopper

    105 mins – France / Germany 2016 – Dir: Olivier Assayas
    Starring: Kristen Stewart, Lars Eidinger and Sigrid Bouaziz

    “Kristen Stewart has become one hell of an actress” Time Out

Cinema Membership

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Cinema prices and info

Ticket prices before 6pm:
Full: €6.00
With Annual Membership: €5.00

Ticket prices 6pm and after:
Full: €8.80
With Annual Membership: €7.00

No booking fees on counter, phone or internet ticket sales.

Films marked “NC” (Not Certified) have not been classified by the Irish Film Classification Office. They require a Triskel Christchurch Cinema Membership, which may be purchased on a per film basis (50c per person) or on an annual basis.

Full membership can be bought annually either online or at our box office for €15. Concessionary membership (Student / Silver / Unwaged) is free of charge and available only at our box office, in person with identification. Membership subject to terms and conditions.

Please note: live satellite broadcasts and double feature presentations may cost more than regular screenings.


Triskel Arts Centre is proud to announce its association with The F-Rating initiative. Developed in the Bath Film Festival in 2014, the F-Rating is a new film rating which will highlight those with a strong female voice.

To earn an F-rating, a movie has to answer yes to one of these three questions: does it have a female director, does it have a female writer, or are there significant female characters on screen in their own right? Triskel Arts Centre has voluntarily incorporated this rating.

More information on F-Rating can be found online at Twitter: @F__Rating