Cinema

    Sunday 31 July - Wednesday 3 August

    Born To Be Blue (16) Book Tickets

    Born To Be  Blue

    97 mins – United Kingdom/Canada/United States 2015 – Dir: Robert Budreau
    Starring: Ethan Hawke, Carmen Ejogo and Callum Keith Rennie

    “Hawke gives one of the best performances of his career” Variety
    Sunday 31 July - Wednesday 3 August

    The Neon Demon (18) Book Tickets

    The Neon Demon

    118 mins – France / US / Denmark 2016 – Dir: Nicholas Winding Refn
    Starring: Elle Fanning, Christina Hendricks and Keanu Reeves

    Warning: Sequences of intense flashing images
    Sunday 7 August - Wednesday 10 August

    Bobby Sands: 66 Days (12A) Book Tickets

    Bobby Sands: 66 Days

    105 mins – Ireland / United Kingdom 2016 – Documentary – Dir: Brendan J Byrne
    Featuring: Fintan O’Toole, Raymond McCord and Denis Sweeney

    “Intimate...visceral and comprehensive” Indiewire
    Sunday 7 August - Wednesday 10 August

    Adult Life Skills (NC) Book Tickets

    Adult Life Skills

    97 mins – United Kingdom 2015 – Dir: Rachel Tunnard
    Starring: Jodie Whittaker, Lorraine Ashbourne and Brett Goldstein

    “Funny, imaginative and captivating” Total Film
 

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.