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Poster image for Vanya, with stylised text and Andrew Scott looking away pensively in a teal shirt.
Cinema, Event Cinema


Tue 21 May, 8pm

National Theatre Live: Encore

Andrew Scott brings multiple characters to life in Simon Stephens’ radical new version of Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya, filmed live during its sold-out West End run.

David O'Doherty is sat on a sand dune, surrounded by long grass, and his keyboard on the his lap Comedy

David O’Doherty

Wed 22 & Fri 24 May, 8pm

Tiny Piano Man

The dishevelled prince of €10 eBay keyboards tries to make you feel alive with a new pageant of laughter, song and occasionally getting up from a chair.


Chris Kent

Thu 23 May, 8pm

Back at It

The Cork man returns with his brand new show. After a dose of the real world (going back to being an electrician), something had to give and shur there’s no future in electricity anyway…


The Blindboy Live Podcast Show

Fri 31 May, 8pm

A live recording with the bestselling author, screenwriter, musician and podcaster who seamlessly intertwines history, fiction, cultural critique and politics into a relaxing form that he calls “the podcast hug”.

Poster for Philo, Neilí Conroy in a red cardigan and Niamh McGrath, dressed as a nun, are both facing right with a bright yellow glow around them, and a statue of the virgin Mary in the background. Theatre


Sun 2 Jun, 4pm & 8pm

A new play by Peter Sheridan

Sheriff Street’s Philo and her boss at the convent, Sister Rosaleen, seem like polar opposites, but their cheerfulness in the face of adversity shines through in this heartwarming Dublin-set drama - with laughter and tears guaranteed.

Poster for All of Us Strangers - Andrew Scott leans back with his eyes closed in profile, while Paul Mescal stares at him wistfully. Cinema, Monday Night Cinema

All of Us Strangers

Mon 3 Jun, 5pm & 8pm

6 Nominations incl. Best British Film, BAFTA 2024

Irish stars Andrew Scott and Paul Mescal have won deserved plaudits for their emotionally candid performances in the latest heartbreaking and romantic feature from Andrew Haigh.

Poster for La Chimera, stylised portraits of the characters with Josh O'Connor in the centre. Pieces of classical art and statues surround them. Cinema, Monday Night Cinema

La Chimera

Mon 10 Jun, 5pm & 8pm

Palme d’Or Nominee, Cannes Film Festival 2023

Starring Josh O’Connor (The Crown), the new film from Alice Rohrwacher (Happy as Lazzaro) is a fresh, engrossing adventure film that’s simultaneously gritty and magical; sad and romantic; satisfying and unpredictable.

Cinema, Event Cinema

My National Gallery

Wed 12 Jun, 8pm

Exhibition on Screen

The stories of those who work at London’s National Gallery are used as a lens through which to explore the 200-year history of the gallery and what the future may hold for this spectacular space.


Andy Irvine

Thu 13 Jun, 8pm

Andy Irvine has enjoyed a long and successful career as a traditional Irish musician. He has travelled the world as a solo artist and as a member of legendary Irish groups such as Planxty, and his constant touring is testament to the fact that he is still as passionate about his music as when he began.


Cash Returns

Fri 14 Jun, 8pm

Johnny Cash & June Carter Tribute Show

This sensational show stars the incredibly talented JP Mac as the Man In Black, Johnny Cash, the mesmerising Karen Martin as the sassy June Carter – along with a 7-piece band!