Skip to main content

Calendar

  December 2019
MTWTFSS
25 26 27 28 29 30 1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
16 17 18 19 20 21 22
23 24 25 26 27 28 29
30 31 1 2 3 4 5
cinema
It’s a Wonderful Life

It’s a Wonderful Life

Fri 20 Dec, 8pm

★★★★★ The Guardian
★★★★★ Empire

A timeless Christmas classic restored in stunning 4K which recounts the trials and tribulations of George Bailey as an angel performs a Christmas miracle just in the nick of time.

selling fast
Elf

Elf

Sat 21 Dec, 5.30pm

Will Ferrel 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.

cinema
Home Alone

Home Alone

Sun 22 Dec, 5.30pm

★★★★ The Telegraph
★★★★ Radio Times

Family comedy starring Macaulay Culkin as ten-year-old Kevin McCallister who is inadvertently left home alone by his family when they go on vacation.

monday night cinema
Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas

Mon 23 Dec, 5pm & 8pm

★★★★ Associated Press

This moving WWI film tells the incredible true story of how British, French and German soldiers laid down their weapons in December 1914 and put aside their differences to celebrate Christmas together. Starring Diane Krüger and Daniel Brühl.

cinema
Downton Abbey

Downton Abbey

Sat 4 Jan, 8pm

★★★★ Chicago Sun-Times

The continuing story of the Crawley family follows the wealthy owners of a large estate in the English countryside in the early 20th Century.

cinema
Walk with Me

Walk with Me

Wed 8 Jan, 8pm

Shot over a period of three years and narrated by Benedict Cumberbatch, this latest documentary from Max Pugh and Marc J Francis, gains unprecedented access to the Zen Buddhist Community.

cinema
La Traviata on Sydney Harbour

La Traviata on Sydney Harbour

Fri 10 Jan, 4pm & 8pm

Encore Screening

World class opera in a spectacular setting…

La Traviata, one of the world’s best-loved romantic operas, is performed under the stars on a floating, mirrored stage on Sydney Harbour, with the city, Opera House and Harbour Bridge as stunning backdrop.

monday night cinema
Monos

Monos

Mon 13 Jan, 5pm & 8pm

★★★★★ The Irish Times
★★★★★ The Observer

Monos is a powerful, beautifully surreal film with a pulsating soundtrack and an immersive visual style and mesmerising experience for the viewer.

cinema
Lucian Freud: A Self Portrait

Lucian Freud: A Self Portrait

Tue 14 Jan, 8pm

Exhibition on Screen

Bringing together Lucian Freud’s self-portraits, this compelling film will display more than 50 paintings, prints and drawings. Turning his unflinching eye firmly on himself, the self-portraits give a fascinating insight into both his psyche and his development as a painter.

monday night cinema
Good Posture

Good Posture

Mon 20 Jan, 5pm & 8pm

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

In her feature debut, Dolly Wells crafts a charming, contemporary, sharp-witted comedy in a tale of two women whose eccentricities unexpectedly draw out change and growth in the other.

monday night cinema
Rojo

Rojo

Mon 27 Jan, 5pm & 8pm

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

Part mystery, part thriller, Rojo is a disarming allegory simmering with malevolence, about middleclass society turning a blind eye to the brutality of an emergent dictatorship.

cinema
Puccini’s La Bohème: Live

Puccini’s La Bohème: Live

Wed 29 Jan, 7.45pm

Royal Opera House
Live Screening

★★★★★ The Guardian

Puccini’s passionate music and Richard Jones’s production capture the joy and heartache of young love in 19th-century Paris.
Packed with beautiful music with beautiful music and with striking designs by Stewart Laing.

cinema
Gaza

Gaza

Thu 30 Jan, 8pm

★★★★ The Irish Times

Irish directors Garry Keane and Andrew McConnell go beyond the reach of television news reports to reveal the heart of the Gaza Strip - a world rich with extraordinary stories and resilient characters leading meaningful lives beyond the rubble of perennial conflict.

cinema
Subtitle Spotlight European Film Festival 2020

Subtitle Spotlight European Film Festival 2020

Fri 31 Jan - Sun 2 Feb

Subtitle Spotlight European Film Festival is back once more, bringing a selection of European subtitled films that invite you to see cinema in a whole new way. With a total of ten titles there’ll be something to suit all tastes.