Cinema

    Sunday 29 March - Wednesday 1 April

    Cake (15A) Book Tickets

    Cake

    102 mins – United States 2014 – Dir: Daniel Barnz
    Starring: Jennifer Aniston, Sam Worthington and Anna Kendrick

    “Insightful, acerbic...Cake is a serious treat” Los Angeles Times
    Sunday 29 March - Wednesday 1 April

    Life Of Riley (NC ) Book Tickets

    Life Of Riley

    108 mins – France 2014 – Subtitles – Dir: Alain Resnais
    Starring: Sabine Azéma, Hippolyte Girardot and Caroline Sihol

    “Delightful, fanciful comedy” Film Journal International
    Sunday 5 April - Wednesday 8 April

    Still Alice (12A)

    Still Alice

    101 mins – USA/France 2014 – Dir: Richard Glatzer, Wash Westmoreland
    Starring: Julianne Moore, Kristen Stewart and Alec Baldwin

    Oscar Winner – Best Actress
    Sunday 5 April - Wednesday 8 April

    Kumiko: The Treasure Hunter (PG)

    Kumiko: The Treasure Hunter

    105 mins – United States 2014 – Dir: David Zellner
    Starring: Rinko Kikuchi, Nobuyuki Katsube and Shirley Venard

    “A very beautiful, deep and touching film” Werner Herzog
    Saturday 11 April

    Hamlet (NC)

    Hamlet

    208 mins – United Kingdom 2014 – Dir: Margaret Williams
    Starring: Maxine Peake, John Schrapnel and Katie West

    One Night Only: NATIONAL THEATER LIVE-RECORDING
    Sunday 12 April - Wednesday 15 April

    Cobain: Montage of Heck (15A)

    Cobain: Montage of Heck

    132 mins – United States 2015 – Documentary – Dir: Brett Morgen
    Featuring: Kurt Cobain, Dave Grohl and Courtney Love

    “A moving portrait ...entertaining and enjoyable” The Playlist
    Sunday 12 April - Wednesday 15 April

    Suite Francaise (15A)

    Suite Francaise

    107 mins – United Kingdom/Canada/France 2014 – Dir: Saul Dibb
    Starring: Michelle Williams, Margot Robbie and Kristin Scott Thomas

    “Handsomely shot, sensitively acted...genuinely stirring” Movie Talk
    Thursday 16 April

    Eat Your Children (NC)

    Eat Your Children

    75 mins – Ireland/UK 2015 – Documentary – Dir: Treasa O’Brien, Mary Jane O’Leary
    Featuring: Treasa O’Brien and Mary Jane O’Leary

    Filmmaker Q&A
    Thursday 16 April

    What We Do In The Shadows (15A)

    What We Do In The Shadows

    85 mins – New Zealand 2014 – Dir: Jemaine Clement, Taika Waititi
    Starring: Taika Waititi, Jemaine Clement and Jonathan Brugh

    SECOND CHANCE CINEMA
    Sunday 19 April - Wednesday 22 April

    The Face of an Angel (16)

    The Face of an Angel

    101 mins – United Kingdom/Italy/Spain 2014 – Dir: Michael Winterbottom
    Starring: Daniel Brühl, Kate Beckinsale and Cara Delevingne

    “A sense of mystery, sex and unanswered questions” The Independent
    Sunday 26 April - Wednesday 29 April

    Blade Runner: The Final Cut (15A)

    Blade Runner: The Final Cut

    117 mins – USA/Hong Kong/UK 1982 – Dir: Ridley Scott
    Starring: Harrison Ford, Rutger Hauer and Sean Young

    “A masterpiece of dystopian science fiction” The Telegraph
    Sunday 26 April - Wednesday 29 April

    Lost River (NC)

    Lost River

    95 mins – United States 2014 – Dir: Ryan Gosling
    Starring: Christina Hendricks, Saoirse Ronan and Eva Mendes

    “An intriguing...haunting surrealist drama” Crave Online
    Sunday 3 May - Wednesday 6 May

    I Used To Live Here (15A)

    I Used To Live Here

    88 mins – Ireland 2014 – Dir: Frank Berry
    Starring: Jordanne Jones, Dafhyd Flynn and James Kelly

    “Excellent...sincere...an intimate epic” The Irish Times
    Sunday 3 May - Wednesday 6 May

    Mommy (NC)

    Mommy

    138 mins – Canada 2014 – Subtitles – Dir: Xavier Dolan
    Starring: Anne Dorval, Antoine-Olivier Pilon and Suzanne Clément

    “Funny, heartbreaking…honest and emotional” Variety
 

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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

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