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We’re excited to open our historic building once again to the people of Cork on Cork Heritage Open Day, Saturday 17 August 2019. We have two tours, at 11am and…

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Between 1949, when he started work on his first short film, and 2007, when his final picture, The Romance of Astrea and Celadon, was released, Éric Rohmer directed some 28…

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We got chatting with artist Bennie Reilly while she was installing her new exhibition, The New Past, in Triskel Gallery Space. Read on to find out more about her and…

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Triskel Arts Centre is proud to work with Cork’s newest events and marketing company, Eventi Management, to programme a new series of lunchtime jazz concerts during July and August. Tom…

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We will be learning a little more about some of the films coming up this season as we will have Q&As with some of the people involved. On 19 July,…

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Triskel Arts Centre is proud to present this season showcasing the most exciting and groundbreaking science fiction motion pictures of all time. They enthralled audiences and critics upon their original…

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Triskel are delighted to welcome the Cork Folk Festival and wish them well for its 40th anniversary! This year, we’re looking forward to hearing from both Andy Irvine and Dougie…

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This summer at Triskel Christchurch we are not only presenting the most exceptional of cultural cinema from around the world, but also several specially curated seasons and special events. Sunset…

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Though originally from Gorey, Co Wexford, in the southeast, Lynda Cullen has lived in Cork for more than ten years and calls it her home, as it is a great…

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Serendipity brought Airelle Besson, Sebastian Sternal & Jonas Burgwinkel together. With demanding solo careers, they don’t often get to play together but when they do, their music is mesmerising. Their…

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The programme for Burn/out is presented by Pluck Projects who commenced as visual arts curators-in-residence for Cork Midsummer Festival in May 2019. The residency is supported by the Glucksman who…

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You’re invited to the opening of The New Past by Bennie Reilly. It’s on Thursday 6 June at 5pm in Triskel Gallery Space and all are welcome! Bennie Reilly’s practice…

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