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schools
My Revolution/Ma revolution: IFI Education Programme

My Revolution/Ma revolution: IFI Education Programme

Mon 27 Mar

Secondary School Event:
Senior Cycle French & Transition Year
Age Guidance: 15yrs+

Study Guide available for Teachers

The Arab Spring of 2011 was sparked by the Jasmine Revolution of Tunisia. Marwenn travels to Tunisia on a journey of self-discovery in this charming and humorous film.

monday night cinema
After Love

After Love

Mon 27 Mar

★★★★ The Guardian
★★★★ Empire

Bérénice Bejo stars in this French drama about a couple working out the division of assets during their divorce focusing on the expensive apartment they share.

Emmanuelle Bertrand and Pascal Amoyel

Emmanuelle Bertrand and Pascal Amoyel

Tue 28 Mar

Celebrated French cellist Emmanuelle Bertrand and acclaimed recitalist Pascal Amoyel have performed together for many years, garnering widespread acclaim from critics and audiences alike and in particular for the “wonderful singing quality” of their playing – the nuanced phrasing of Amoyel the perfect foil for the glowing tones and textures of Bertrand’s cello.

Lïnger

Lïnger

Wed 29 Mar

★★★★★ Edinburgh Fringe Festival
★★★★★ The Skinny

Featuring ex-Riverdance principal Breandán de Gallaí & Nick O’Connell

An immersive theatrical experience about sexuality, ageing and identity, told through a rich tapestry of photography, film, music, and movement.

Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye

Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye

Thu 30 Mar - Fri 31 Mar

A wry and funny look at Irish life one hundred years after the 1916 Rising,

Jim Nolan delivers a timely reflection on the distance between the vision of 1916 and the culture and values of Ireland today.

selling fast
Room on the Broom

Room on the Broom

Sat 1 Apr - Sun 2 Apr

LIVE ON STAGE

★★★★ The Herald
★★★★ Sunday Times

Iggety ziggety zaggety zoom!
Join the Witch and her cat on their mission to defeat the dragon in Tall Stories’ magical, musical adaptation of the classic picture book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler.

special screening
Singin’ in the Rain

Singin’ in the Rain

Sat 1 Apr

★★★★★ Empire

Set in the late 1920’s this uplifting and timeless musical tells the story of Hollywood’s transition from silent films to ‘talkies’.
Here is your chance to revisit one of the greatest musicals ever made.

monday night cinema
Toni Erdmann

Toni Erdmann

Mon 3 Apr

★★★★ The Guardian
★★★★★ The Telegraph
★★★★ The Irish Times

Winifried, a divorced retired piano-teacher and persistent prankster, decides to leave the comforts of his German suburbs to spring a surprise visit on his estranged career-driven daughter Inès, who lives in Bucharest.

selling fast
Acis & Galatea

Acis & Galatea

Wed 5 Apr

Presented by Opera Theatre Company

Handel’s pastoral love story, full of glorious music and soaring melodies will accompanied by the dazzling Irish Baroque Orchestra.

Both elegant and exciting Handel’s enchanting choruses, touching arias, and comic moments will enthrall and delight.

sold out
Mary Black & Band

Mary Black & Band

Thu 6 Apr

Mary Black is delighted to be back touring in Ireland in 2017.

With so many platinum albums to her name there will be no shortage of great songs and some surprises too.

LEDWIDGE

LEDWIDGE

Sat 8 Apr

Discover the life, love and poetry of an oft-forgotten Irish hero.

A call to arms, War Poet Francis Ledwidge is torn between his love for Shivvie and Ellie. In spite of their fears he enlists in Captain Dunsany’s regiment and is dispatched to Suvla Bay.

local arts
Drama Academy Showcase 2017

Drama Academy Showcase 2017

Sun 9 Apr

The Drama Academy are returning to the Pavilion again this year for another Dance and Drama Showcase - with extracts from Hairspray, The Sound of Music, Chicago, Annie and Broadway’s Something Rotten.  Entertainment for all the family.

monday night cinema
Elle

Elle

Mon 10 Apr

★★★★★ The Guardian

Michèle (Isabelle Huppert), the single-minded director of a successful videogame company, is violently attacked by a masked intruder in her own home. But instead of calling the police, she moves on matter-of-factly with her busy life.

selling fast
The Wolf and Peter

The Wolf and Peter

Fri 14 Apr - Sat 15 Apr

★★★★★ The Irish Times
★★★★★ examiner.com
★★★★★ The Reviews Hub

Filled with dance and live music, this fun and richly theatrical production will take children and their families on a thrilling adventure to explore and discover contemporary dance and performance at its best.

special screening
In the Heat of the Night

In the Heat of the Night

Fri 14 Apr

★★★★ Time Out
★★★★ The Guardian

Sidney Poitier stars as Virgil Tibbs, a Philadelphia detective arrested for the murder of a local Mississippi business man in this thriller set in the American South. After proving his innocence, Tibbs is forced to work with the racist police chief Bill Gillespie (Rod Steiger) who arrested him in order to catch the real killer.

selling fast
Mick Flannery

Mick Flannery

Sat 15 Apr

Mick has enjoyed critical acclaim with his recent albums Evening Train, White Lies and especially 2012’s best-selling, number one album Red to Blue. Mick’s new album I Own You features some of his finest material to date.

special screening
Peter Pan

Peter Pan

Mon 17 Apr

A classic Disney film about the boy who never grew up. When Peter Pan arrives in the Darling’s nursery he transports their 3 children, Wendy, John and Michael, to Neverland, a place where kids stay young. Here they meet a host of characters including the Lost Boys and magical fairy Tinkerbell as well as Pan’s enemy, the dastardly Captain Hook.

monday night cinema
The Hunt for the Wilderpeople

The Hunt for the Wilderpeople

Mon 17 Apr

★★★★★ Empire Online
★★★★ The Irish Times
★★★★ The Independent

Teenage delinquent Ricky is taken to live on a remote New Zealand farm with middle aged couple Bella and Hec. However, when Bella dies Ricky runs away in to the bush to escape being returned to the care system.