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Triskel depends on our loyal audience so much every day. During this time of crisis, here are a few ways to support us: Invest in a Triskel Cinema Membership –…

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Due to further measures announced yesterday (Tuesday 24 March 2020) by the Government, Triskel Arts Centre will remained closed until Monday 20 April at 9am. All shows that were scheduled…

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In these strange times we’re living in, one thing we’re all missing is beautiful music. So we decided to ask our favourite musicians to take part in a new musical…

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Due to measures announced earlier by the Government of Ireland, Triskel Arts Centre will close from 6pm this evening until Monday 30 March at 9am. All shows during this period…

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Given the current and evolving situation with Covid-19, Triskel will be implementing some new measures from today. We are introducing allocated seating for all cinema screenings and music concerts with…

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We’re looking forward to welcoming Australian fiction writers Cate Kennedy and Paddy O’Reilly to Triskel as part of this year’s Cork World Book Fest. Cate and Paddy will be in…

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Claire Balding is known for her honesty and openness on social media about her struggle with alopecia. People came out in their droves to listen to her live the last…

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Join the Lir Quartet on Saturday 28 March for a wonderful lunchtime concert featuring a programme of Haydn and Borodin. Our lunchtime concerts have been growing in popularity due to…

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For Ofri Cnaani’s exhibition, opening on 3 September, we are looking for electronic waste, and we are inviting you to bring old or discarded electronic items to Triskel Arts Centre….

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We love getting to know the artists whose work inhabits Triskel Gallery Space. We always learn something new. And after getting to know Fiona, we’ve added a few books to…

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Join artist Fiona Kelly and curator Miguel Amado in conversation  on Saturday 22 February. The talk, which begins at 12pm, is free and all are welcome. Fiona and Miguel will…

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Triskel Arts Centre and Cork World Book Festival are honoured to announce a very special event will take place during this year’s book festival in April 2020 to celebrate the…

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