Monday Night Cinema + Special Cinema Screenings
Our Monday Night Cinema is back this season with even more award-winning films from Ireland and around the world. Come and see some of the finest films every Monday at 5pm & 8pm on the big screen. With a carefully selected variety of art house, independent and classic films you can sit back and enjoy great cinema as it was meant to be seen.
Each season we offer a great deal on our Monday Night Cinema screenings in the form of our Season Ticket. By purchasing a Season Ticket you are guaranteed entry to all of our Monday night screenings for that season...and with the ever-growing popularity of our Monday night screenings, you wouldn't want to miss out.
To book your Autumn Winter 2017 Monday Night Cinema Season Ticket, click this link
Please note: Season tickets don't include our special screenings and they are non-refundable and non-transferable.
As well as our Monday night offerings, we have a selection of special screenings throughout the programme, so keep an eye out! You can take a trip down memory lane with an old-time classic or go for an off-the-beaten-track movie. If you have any suggestions of a movie you would like to see, please let us know at the Box Office.
These great films are now right on your doorstep, we’re just a stroll or a DART ride away! Whether it’s a night out with friends, a get together with family or a first-date, we’ve got it all here within the warm and intimate setting of Pavilion Theatre.
Our cinema screenings can seat up to 240 people with a seven metre wide screen and a state-of-the-art, Sony 4K digital projector.
Arrive early and you can relax and unwind at Pavilion Bar. Grab a tea, coffee or drink and some tasty snacks, then just sit back and enjoy!
We would like to thank you for your continued support and interest in our cinema screenings. We always welcome your suggestions to the programme and anything that could help make your visit to Pavilion the best experience possible. The on-going development of our cinema is extremely important to us and we hope to expand on this repertoire in the future.
With special thanks to Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council.