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Spring sees yet another exceptional line-up of feature films here at Triskel. There is the biopic of Vincent van Gogh from the director of The Diving Bell and the Butterfly…

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You are invited to the opening of a new exhibition by Stephen Dunne on Thursday 4 April 2019 at 6pm. Shackled to Belligerent Ghosts will be on display in Triskel’s…

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Wedding singer Laura Jean Sliney recently visited Triskel along with wedding videographer Gordon Falvey to record the loveliest video. Gordon perfectly captured the beauty of Triskel, our fabulous Steinway piano…

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Patrick’s Day is never just a day anymore – it’s a whole weekend! There’s so much going on around the city and county and we hope you all have lots…

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It’s almost time for Cork World Book Fest, that annual celebration of all bookish things that takes place in Triskel, the City Library and Grand Parade. Starting, as always, on…

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Freddie White will be in Triskel for one night only on Friday 10 May. His name has long been synonymous with music of the highest quality. He has been part…

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Cork’s Lifelong Learning Festival is an annual event which takes place in Cork each springtime. The festival promotes and celebrates learning of all kinds, across all ages, interests and abilities. The festival’s…

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Stockton’s Wing will be in Triskel for one night only on Friday 19 April. Part of a series of shows in 2019 presenting a retrospective of their vast music catalogue,…

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March will be a busy month at Triskel. Not only are we increasing our cinema to five nights a week (Sunday–Thursday) but we have special screenings taking place on three…

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It’s hard to believe that cult classic Alien is 40 years old. There are lots of things planned to celebrate the anniversary of the film that has that horrifying chest-bursting…

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Triskel look forward to welcoming the Fresh Film Festival – Cork Heat here on Thursday 7 March. Some of Cork’s youngest filmmakers and groups will be showcasing their films here…

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Os Maias, a film based on the realist novel of the same name written by the great Eça de Queiroz, is a great, melodramatic, amusing and melancholic, story of the…

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