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Artist and writer Daire O’Shea will discuss his critical response to the ENDUSER exhibition with Tomas Penc, followed by a Q&A session, on Thursday 22 November at 6pm. This talk…

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Chris O’Neill, our Head of Cinema, was one of several signatories to a letter appealing to Netflix to expand its theatrical release strategy to independent cinemas. As it stands, Netflix…

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Triskel Christchurch are delighted to welcome composer Ian Wilson to perform, “Eidolon”, a new commission written specially to celebrate Christchurch’s 300th anniversary. Ian Wilson has written almost 200 works including…

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Triskel are delighted to be a venue once again for the Cork Film Festival. We’re showing a number of films here in Christchurch during the internationally renowned festival and hope…

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Scrypt Cafe Bar have launched their Winter Menus and they’re just delicious! Pop in for some yummy treats. Light Bites Pork and Black Pepper Sausage Roll: Served with Ballymaloe Relish…

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Triskel are delighted to be home to the Theatre Development Centre and were excited to hear Corcadorca’s announcement of their first Theatre Development Centre Artists in Residence. This is a…

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Triskel are delighted to host an exhibition of photographs taken by Irish Examiner photographers during the early days of the Cork Jazz Festival. Ella Fitzgerald, Buddy Rich, Dizzy Gillespie are…

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Triskel are delighted to partner with local company Tapstak to provide a micro-app for our audience to interact with us. This micro-app allows people to phone our Box Office, purchase…

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Triskel Christchurch are delighted to participate in this year’s European Art Cinema Day on Sunday 14 October, the only cinema in Ireland to be involved. CICAE and Europa Cinemas have…

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ENDUSER, Tomas Penc’s evolving two-part exhibition, opens in Triskel Christchurch on Thursday 11 October 2018 and will run for three months. Penc, who creates work that is often site-specific, said,…

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Words from the bottom of the ocean Xenophon: Ubi Tunc Vox Inauditae Melodiae? Et Vox Inauditae Linguae? is a new installation by McGibbon O’Lynn, exploring post-human regenerative therapies. It opens…

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Triskel Arts Centre has announced the artists selected from their Open Call 2019. Triskel’s Artistic Director Tony Sheehan said, “We’d like to thank the all the artists and the selection…

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