Thursday 6 April - Saturday 27 May

    Oil is the Devil’s Excrement – David Jacques

    Oil is the Devil’s Excrement – David Jacques

    Film installation and accompanying exhibition by David Jacques using the infamous quote by OPEC originator Juan Pablo Pérez Alfonzo as a starting point to explore the devastating rise of an Oil industry tethered to Capitalism.

    Friday 26 May - 8:00pm

    Hugh Cornwell

    Hugh Cornwell

    Solo & Acoustic

    This acoustic performance will feature songs spanning his entire career from early Stranglers to the current day, including new and never before performed songs from the next studio album ‘Villains’.

    Sunday 28 May - Wednesday 31 May

    The Happiest Day In The Life Of Olli Mäki (NC) Book Tickets

    The Happiest Day In The Life Of Olli Mäki

    93 mins – Finland 2016 – Subtitles – Dir: Juho Kuosmanen
    Starring: Oona Airola, Eero Milonoff and Joonas Saartamo

    “A gentle, shrewd, somehow mysterious love story” The Guardian
    Sunday 28 May - Wednesday 31 May

    The Transfiguration (15A) Book Tickets

    The Transfiguration

    97 mins – United States 2016 – Dir: Michael O’Shea
    Starring: Eric Ruffin, Chloe Levine and Jelly Bean

    “A potent horror masterpiece” HeyUGuys
    Tuesday 30 May - Saturday 3 June

    Love Doesn't Ask For A Passport

    Love Doesn't Ask For A Passport

    As part of the 2017 Polska Éire festival Krzysztof Rosa has created ten large scale photographic works depicting couples who met each other and found love after moving to Ireland.

    Sunday 4 June - Wednesday 7 June

    Frantz (12A) Book Tickets


    114 mins – France/Germany 2016 – Subtitles – Dir: François Ozon
    Starring: Pierre Niney, Paula Beer and Ernst Stötzner

    “Elegant… profound… astonishingly beautiful” IndieWire
    Sunday 4 June - Wednesday 7 June

    Heal The Living (12A) Book Tickets

    Heal The Living

    103 mins – France 2016 – Subtitles – Dir: Katell Quillévéré
    Starring: Tahar Rahim, Emmanuelle Seigner and Anne Dorval

    “Affectingly humane and fluidly executed” The List
    Sunday 11 June - Wednesday 14 June

    The Other Side Of Hope (Cert TBC) Book Tickets

    The Other Side Of Hope

    100 mins – Finland 2016 – Subtitles – Dir: Aki Kaurismäki
    Starring: Kati Outinen, Ville Virtanen and Tommi Korpela

    “Gorgeous, cutting poignant” The Telegraph
    Sunday 11 June - Wednesday 14 June

    Lady Macbeth (16) Book Tickets

    Lady Macbeth

    89 mins – United Kingdom 2016 – Dir: William Oldroyd
    Starring: Florence Pugh, Christopher Fairbank and Cosmo Jarvis

    “Brilliantly feminist... an extraordinary film” Time Out
    Thursday 15 June - Saturday 26 August

    Child’s Play – Michael Kempson

    Child’s Play – Michael Kempson

    Print Exhibition by Michael Kempson (Australia) – part of a trail of shows linked into the FIRST EDITION Print Symposium, Cork Printmakers organised as part of Cork Midsummer Festival.

    Saturday 17 June - 8:00pm

    Urban Mysteries

    Urban Mysteries

    A one-hour multi-media performance work for film, soundtrack and saxophonist in which the score and soundtrack by Ian Wilson interact with a new film (recorded in Belfast and environs) by acclaimed Irish artist Johnnie Lawson.

    Sunday 18 June - Wednesday 21 June

    I Am Not Madame Bovary (NC) Book Tickets

    I Am Not Madame Bovary

    137 mins – China 2016 – Subtitles – Dir: Feng Xiaogang
    Starring: Chengpeng Dong, Bingbing Fan and Wei Fan

    “Original, demanding and disarmingly rewarding” Film Journal
    Sunday 18 June - Wednesday 21 June

    The Red Turtle (PG) Book Tickets

    The Red Turtle

    81 mins – France/Belgium/Japan 2016 – Animation – Dir: Michael Dudok de Wit
    Music by Laurent Perez Del Mar

    “A visually stunning poetic fable” Los Angeles Times
    Sunday 2 July - Wednesday 5 July

    Berlin Syndrome

    Berlin Syndrome

    116 mins – Australia/Germany 2017 – Dir: Cate Shortland
    Starring: Teresa Palmer, Max Riemelt and Lucie Aron

    “Arresting… intensely elegant” Variety
    Friday 14 July - 8:00pm

    Jim Lauderdale

    Jim Lauderdale

    Jim Lauderdale is both a ‘songwriter’s songwriter’, who has written/co-written many modern classics for iconic artists, as well as an intuitive sideman who has enhanced the music of a bevy of esteemed musicians.

    Saturday 22 July - 8:00pm

    Paddy Casey

    Paddy Casey

    Paddy Casey is facing his busiest year yet in 2017 following his latest single release ‘Everything Must Change’ last November which hit over 21,000 views on YouTube in a matter of weeks.

    Thursday 27 July - 8:00pm

    Freddie White

    Freddie White

    Freddie White has long been synonymous with music of the highest quality. Whether interpreting songs by his favorite writers, such as Randy Newman, Tom Waits, John Hiatt and Guy Clark