Cinema

    Sunday 31 August - Wednesday 3 September

    The Congress (15A) Book Tickets

    The Congress

    123 mins – Isr/Ger/Pol/Lux/Bel/Fra 2013 – Dir: Ari Folman
    Starring: Robin Wright, Harvey Keitel and Paul Giamatti

    “Dizzying...always fascinating” Time Out
    Sunday 31 August - Wednesday 3 September

    The Cabinet Of Dr. Caligari (NC) Book Tickets

    The Cabinet Of Dr. Caligari

    77 mins – Germany 1920 – Silent Cinema – Dir: Robert Wiene
    Starring: Werner Krauss, Conrad Veidt and Friedrich Fehér

    “Both influential and one of a kind” Film4
    Saturday 6 September

    Green – Irish Premiere (NC) Book Tickets

    Green – Irish Premiere

    75 mins – United States 2011 – Dir: Sophia Takal
    Starring: Kate Lyn Sheil, Lawrence Michael Levine and Sophia Takal

    Excelusive Irish Premiere
    Saturday 6 September

    Boyhood (15A) Book Tickets

    Boyhood

    166 mins – United States 2014 – Dir: Richard Linklater
    Starring: Ellar Coltrane, Patricia Arquette and Ethan Hawke

    Back by popular demand
    Sunday 7 September - Wednesday 10 September

    Joe (16) Book Tickets

    Joe

    117 mins – United States 2013 – Dir: David Gordon Green
    Starring: Nicolas Cage, Tye Sheridan and Gary Poulter

    “A bloody cut of Southern Gothic” The Guardian
    Sunday 7 September - Wednesday 10 September

    Obvious Child (16) Book Tickets

    Obvious Child

    85 mins – United States 2014 – Dir: Gillian Robespierre
    Starring: Jenny Slate, Jake Lacy and Gaby Hoffman

    “Hilarious, heartbreaking and totally genius” Moviefone
    Sunday 14 September - Monday 15 September

    All This Mayhem (15a) Book Tickets

    All This Mayhem

    104 mins – United Kingdom/Australia 2014 – Documentary – Dir: Eddie Martin
    Featuring: Tas Pappas, Ben Pappas and Danny Minnick

    “A painfully frank documentary” Daily Express
    Sunday 14 September - Monday 15 September

    Finding Vivian Maier (12a) Book Tickets

    Finding Vivian Maier

    84 mins – United States 2013 – Documentary – Dir: John Maloof and Charlie Siskel
    Featuring: Vivian Maier, John Maloof, and Mary Ellen Mark

    “Tantalising and utterly fascinating” The Independent
 

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Park, Dine & Movie

SoHo Bar & Restaurant in association with Triskel Christchurch are proud to offer a full evening’s entertainment at one low price.

Leave your car (safe and secure) in the Q-Park multi-story car park on the Grand Parade. Cross the street to SoHo Restaurant (1st floor) and enjoy a relaxing dinner. Afterwards, pop next door to Triskel Christchurch and enjoy the show. All this for the price of €25.00 per person. (You save over 30% off the retail price)

Reservations required: call Triskel 021-4272022

Pre Cinema Dinner Offer Available on all late evening showings.

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