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Gift Vouchers Christmas

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The Perfect Christmas Present

The perfect present for family and friends!  Avoid the busy shops and skip the queues this year by ordering your gift vouchers online, or drop in and say hi.

Return to Seoul Cinema, Monday Night Cinema

Return to Seoul

Mon 4 Dec, 5pm & 8pm

Best Film, Belfast Film Festival 2022

Following a French adoptee of Korean heritage during several different visits to Korea over the course of a decade, this a fiercely intelligent film about the messiness of identity from director Davy Chou.

Ronan Collins Sings Joe Dolan - Extra Date Music

Ronan Collins Sings Joe Dolan - Extra Date

Tue 5 Dec, 8pm

There is simply no show like RTÉ DJ Ronan Collins’ show to bring back the brilliance of the great Mullingar man, responsible for Showband hits like Make Me and Island and You’re Such a Good Looking Woman.

sold out
Glasshouse perform Ryuichi Sakamoto
Music, Between the Notes

Glasshouse perform Ryuichi Sakamoto

Wed 6 Dec, 8pm

Date Added: Thu 15 Feb

Acclaimed Dublin ensemble Glasshouse are proud to perform a new arrangement of the work of renowned Japanese composer and music pioneer Ryuchi Sakamoto, who sadly passed away earlier this year.

Dublin Gospel Choir Music, Christmas

Dublin Gospel Choir

Thu 7 Dec, 8pm

Christmas time sees Dublin Gospel Choir at their most magical as they bring a repertoire of festive favourites to life. A Dublin Gospel Christmas is a show that’s guaranteed to have you on your feet and in the perfect pre-Christmas mood!

Eimear Quinn Music, Christmas

Eimear Quinn

Fri 8 Dec, 8pm

Eimear Quinn is joined by Mamisa String Quartet and guitarist Robbie Overson for their annual sell-out Christmas concert of seasonal favourites.

Altan Music


Sun 10 Dec, 8pm

The world-renowned Altan is coming to Pavilion Theatre for one night only, touring their signature foot-tapping jigs and ancient ballads inspired by the traditions and folklore of Donegal.

War Pony Cinema, Monday Night Cinema

War Pony

Mon 11 Dec, 5pm & 8pm

Caméra d’Or, Cannes Film Festival 2022

Gina Gammell and Riley Keough’s tender debut follows the interlocking stories of two troubled Lakota boys growing up on the Pine Ridge Reservation.

Phil Coulter Music

Phil Coulter

Tue 12 Dec, 8pm

After more than five decades at the very top of his game Phil Coulter has achieved the status of legend in the music business - but his enthusiasm and energy have never waned. Audiences can look forward to a new tour, with fresh collections of memories and melodies.

sold out
Lisa Hannigan, Gemma Hayes & Paul Noonan

Lisa Hannigan, Gemma Hayes & Paul Noonan

Wed 13 Dec, 8pm

An Evening of Songs and Collaboration

Pavilion Theatre is very happy to welcome these three artists for a special intimate show, coming together to share the stage and their songs with each other.

A Christmas Carol Theatre, Family, Christmas

A Christmas Carol

Thu 14 - Sun 17 Dec, Various times

Back By Popular Demand!

Aaron Monaghan and Bryan Burroughs’ playful, physical storytelling, stage adaptation of Charles Dickens’ much loved novella - starring Manus Halligan and Bryan Burroughs.

Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker Cinema, Event Cinema, Christmas

Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker

Thu 14 & Fri 15 Dec, 7pm

The Royal Ballet

Choreographer Peter Wright’s much-loved production keeps true to the spirit of this festive ballet classic, combining the thrill of the fairy tale with spectacular dancing.

It’s a Wonderful Life Cinema, Christmas

It’s a Wonderful Life

Sat 16 Dec, 8pm

Christmas Movies

Frank Capra’s classic Christmas tale follows George Bailey (James Stewart), who struggles with his own desires against always doing the right thing. At the peak of his desperation, a guardian angel arrives to remind him how worthwhile his life has been.

A Christmas Tale Cinema, Monday Night Cinema

A Christmas Tale

Mon 18 Dec, 4.30pm (note earlier start time) & 8pm

Palme d’Or Nominee, Cannes Film Festival 2008

When the Vuillard matriarch (Catherine Deneuve) requires a bone marrow transplant, her estranged clan reunites just in time for Christmas in Arnaud Desplechin’s outrageous, daring and emotionally bountiful film.

Small Things Like These by Claire Keegan Theatre, Literary, Christmas

Small Things Like These by Claire Keegan

Tue 19 Dec, 8pm

Stage Reading

The Booker Prize nominated novel will be brought from the page to life in this stage reading, directed by Ben Barnes and accompanied by original music by Eleanor McEvoy.

Dirtbirds - Extra Date Comedy

Dirtbirds - Extra Date

Wed 20 Dec, 8pm

Added Due to Demand

Sinead Culbert and Sue Collins - the comedy duo and podcast sensation - take a hilarious look at the barrage of bull we are subjected to on a daily basis and remind us that, despite what we’re told, there is NO SUCH THING AS PERFECT.

Room on the Broom & The Highway Rat Cinema, Family, Christmas

Room on the Broom & The Highway Rat

Thu 21 Dec, 12pm

Christmas Movies

Two charming animated shorts from the beloved picture books by Julia Donaldson. Meet the kind witch with an overloaded broom, and a greedy rat who craves buns and biscuits!

The Muppet Christmas Carol Cinema, Family, Christmas

The Muppet Christmas Carol

Thu 21 Dec, 2.30pm

Christmas Movies

What happens when you give a classic Dickens story the Muppet treatment? A lot of laughs, songs and a terrific story too! Michael Caine and all your favourite Muppets star in this beloved musical adaptation from 1992.

Elf Cinema, Family, Christmas


Thu 21 Dec, 5.30pm

Christmas Movies

Will Ferrell stars as Buddy the Elf in this modern Christmas classic about a human raised in the North Pole who heads to New York looking for his real father - teaching the whole city the true meaning of Christmas in the process.

The Snowman & Stick Man Cinema, Family, Christmas

The Snowman & Stick Man

Fri 22 Dec, 12pm

Christmas Movies

A double bill of animated Christmas family shorts, one old and one new. Go on a magical flight through the winter skies, and then meet Julia Donaldson’s plucky stick as he journeys home for the holidays.