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We are committed to the Health & Safety of our staff and audiences. And we are operating under the agreed protocols described under "Guidance documents for the Safe Operations of Cinemas during COVID-19 Resilience and Recovery 2020-2021", a copy of which can be found here.
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We’re delighted to announce that we will be joined by an amazing group of musicians this Easter Weekend for a celebration of Mozart. Dr. Fionnuala Moynihan, Geraldine O’Doherty and Kieran…

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Triskel are delighted to announce that Brook Foods won the tender to run our popular and vibrant Café Bar (previously Scrypt Café Bar). The facility encompasses the café and external…

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During the first lockdown, when Triskel Arts Centre was unable to screen movies as a collective experience and people were staying at home in self-isolation, we decided to highlight quality…

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Triskel is closed for the Christmas holidays until 7 January, however, we have some exciting short films available on demand over on our cinema page – check them out! Wishing…

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The restrictions have been lifted, Christmas trees are sparkling everywhere and Triskel Cinema is re-opening! We have just two weekends of cinema left in 2020 with limited capacity for screenings…

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Christchurch became part of Triskel Arts Centre in April 2011 and has become the main auditorium for our arthouse cinema. Prior to 2020, we hosted over 600 screenings every year…

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Our Triskel Hub partners, the Cork Traveller Women’s Network, created this animation A Short History of Irish Travellers to educate people on the history and culture of Travellers in Ireland….

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We’re delighted to re-open Stephen Doyle’s Numb in Triskel Gallery Space this Thursday 3 December. The Gallery Space will be open Thursdays to Sundays from 2-6pm. No booking will be…

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It’s no surprise to say that 2020 has been a strange year. What has been wonderful is the spirit of cooperation it has encouraged among businesses. In Cork in particular,…

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As some of you are already aware, 2020 is the 250th anniversary of the birth of composer Ludwig van Beethoven. To continue the celebrations, Triskel and the National String Quartet…

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In line with the Government’s “Plan for Living with Covid-19” Level 3, Triskel Arts Centre is now closed to the public until further notice. For customers who purchased concert or…

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We are very much looking forward to opening a brand new visual arts exhibition in Triskel Gallery Space! Our first exhibition of 2020, Fiona Kelly’s Overburden, closed suddenly back in…

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