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Star Chasers

Star Chasers

Sun 29 Apr, 4pm & Mon 30 Apr, 10am (Schools)

Star Chasers is a rich exploration of the relationship between a parent and child and their attempts to come to terms with the shared loss in their lives.

An enthralling tapestry of music, movement and magical imagery.

monday night cinema
Glory

Glory

Mon 30 Apr, 5pm & 8pm

★★★★★ Guardian

When railroad worker Tsanko stumbles across a pile of cash, he immediately notifies the police. PR Executive Julia spies an opportunity to use Tsanko to spin a feel-good story and detract from a scandal engulfing her Ministry of Transport department.

Thibaut Garcia and Isang Enders

Thibaut Garcia and Isang Enders

Tue 1 May, 8pm

Prepare to be charmed by the quiet charisma and innate musicality of this thrilling new duo comprising Franco-Spanish guitarist Thibaut Garcia and German cellist Isang Enders.

Both in their early twenties, these young prodigies have been winning competitions acorss Europe, and present a programme of Bach, Villa-Lobos and more.

Albert Lee

Albert Lee

Wed 2 May, 8pm

Two-time Grammy Award winner Albert Lee is back!

Famous for his work with Eric Clapton, the Everly Brothers and more, Albert will be performing with his hand-picked band of excellent musicians.

monday night cinema
Loveless

Loveless

Mon 7 May, 5pm & 8pm

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

Andrey Zvyagintsev’s (Leviathan) masterful film profiles a family torn apart by an acrimonious divorce, marked with resentment, frustration and recriminations.

Maz & Bricks by Eva O’Connor

Maz & Bricks by Eva O’Connor

Tue 8 & Wed 9 May, 8pm

Fishamble’s Maz & Bricks by Eva O’Connor tells the story of two young people who meet over the course of a day in Dublin; Maz is attending a “Repeal the 8th” demonstration, while Bricks is going to meet the mother of his young daughter.

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Macbeth - Live

Macbeth - Live

Thu 10 May, 7pm

LIve from the National Theatre in London.

The ruined aftermath of a bloody civil war. Ruthlessly fighting to survive, the Macbeths are propelled towards the crown by forces of elemental darkness.

sold out
Twinkle Twinkle

Twinkle Twinkle

Sun 13 May, 11am, 12.30pm & 2.30pm

Inspired by the classic nursery rhyme, this is a heart-warming, gentle adventure of love, loss and light, created for young audiences.

1 adult admitted per child due to limited capacity

Anda Union

Anda Union

Sun 13 May, 8pm

Mongolian Music from Inner Mongolia People’s Republic of China. Anda Union’s haunting harmonies and vibrant strings evoke the endless beauty of the Mongolian grasslands.

monday night cinema
The Third Murder

The Third Murder

Mon 14 May, 5pm & 8pm

★★★★★ The Japan Times
★★★★ The Guardian

Japanese director Hirokazu Kore-eda (After the Storm) returns with a dark, chilly legal thriller in the tradition of classic whodunnits.

schools
Woolly’s Quest

Woolly’s Quest

Wed 16 May, 9.45am & 11.45am

From acclaimed children’s theatre company Branar, this is the epic story of Woolly - the bravest of all sheep.

Branar weaves together storytelling, music, song and puppetry in a spellbinding show.

My Left Nut

My Left Nut

Wed 16 May, 8pm

★★★★ The Irish Times

The true story of a Belfast boy growing up with no father to guide him through, and a giant ball to weigh him down.

Underneath

Underneath

Thu 17 May, 8pm

★★★★★ The Skinny
★★★★★ Scotsman
★★★★ Irish Times
★★★★ Sunday Business Post

Fishamble’s Underneath by Pat Kinevane is a blackly comic, rich and vivid tale of a life lived in secret, a testament to the people who live on the fringes, under the nose of everyday life.

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Coco

Coco

Sat 19 May, 2pm

Best Animated Feature Film, Oscars 2018

Pixar’s latest animated classic tells the irresistible story of Miguel, a young boy who must travel to the Land of the Dead to prove his musical ability.