Cinema Info

Experience the best in Independent and world film in a fully digital cinema based in the unique surroundings of a stunningly refurbished 1700s neo-classical Church. Triskel screens two titles each week with additional special events, film strands such as Experimental Film, Horror and monthly Shorts. In addition you can enjoy barista coffee, home baking and bar menu from onsite café.

Tickets & Pricing

Ticket prices before 6pm:

Full: €6.00
With Annual Membership: €5.00
Child (under 14): €5.00

Ticket prices 6pm and after:

Full: €9.00
With Annual Membership: €7.00
Child (under 14): €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.

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Cinema Membership

Full Triskel Christchurch Cinema Membership is a must for film lovers.

Members benefits include reduced standard ticket prices; A free screening after every eight attended; No fees on non-cert titles; Invitation to special screenings and events; Exclusive membership correspondence. You can also treat one guest per screening to your membership rates.

Terms and conditions: Card is valid for 12 months from date of purchase. Titles, times, dates and prices subject to change. Management reserves the right to refuse admission. Membership is non-transferrable Presentation of membership card and valid ID needed to purchase tickets and enter auditorium. Use of recording devices is forbidden. Membership prices does not extend to satellite broadcasting events. Membership price can be extended to one guest per screening. One free ticket earned for every eight

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It’s another fine month of progamming at Triskel Christchurch this April, with not only the most exceptional in current world and cultural cinema, but also several special events and seasons featuring films to discover and rediscover.

There is the latest film from Lynne Ramsay, the acclaimed director of We Need To Talk About Kevin; Loving Vincent, which has become the highest grossing film to ever screen at Triskel, returns with a special 32 minute recording from the premiere at the National Gallery; Michael Inside is the acclaimed Irish prison drama from director of Ballymun Lullaby; and The Square is the wonderful satire of the art world.

The Japanese Film Festival returns once again to Triskel; Photographers On Film is a collaboration with the Cork Photo 2018 festival; and Phantoscope presents the notable experimental Spanish film Vampir-Cuadecuc featuring Christopher Lee. So there is much to enjoy in this current programme!

Chris O’Neill – Head Of Cinema

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  • Sun 29 Apr - Wed 2 May
    Walk With Me NC

    94 mins – United Kingdom 2017 – Documentary – Dir: Max Pugh, Marc J. Francis
    Featuring: Thich Nhát Hanh, Brother Pháp De and Brother Pháp Dung

  • Sun 29 Apr - Wed 2 May
    Never Steady, Never Still NC

    112 mins – Canada 2017 – Dir: Kathleen Hepburn
    Starring: Shirley Henderson, Théodore Pellerin and Mary Galloway

  • Sun 29 Apr - Wed 2 May
    The Old Dark House NC

    73 mins – United States 1932 – Dir: James Whale
    Starring: Boris Karloff, Melvin Douglas and Charles Laughton