Film Screening tonight-Goodbye Christopher Robin- 8pm.  Tickets available on the door.

Box Office open at 3pm today and tickets are available online for all our upcoming shows.

Friday (March 23rd) open 10-10pm

Saturday ( March 24th) 3-10pm


Upcoming Films

Film- A Doctor's Sword-(Doc) (2014)


Date: Thursday 30th November 8pm
Tickets: €7/€5


A Doctor's Sword- Director Bob Jackson- back due to popular demand.


A Doctor’s Sword  tells the remarkable story of Aidan MacCarthy, a doctor from Castletownbere West Cork, who, at 28, joined the RAF in London as the 2nd World war began. Soon after he found himself evacuated from Dunkirk and in May 1941 received the George’s Cross for rescuing the crew of a burning RAF plane which had crashed into a bomb dump on landing. He volunteered for service in Asia as Singapore fell to the Japanese, was captured in Java and survived almost 4 years of brutal captivity enduring starvation, malnutrition, forced labour, beatings and torture as a prisoner of war.

Aidan MacCarthy was a POW at the camp attached to the Mitsubishi Steel and Iron works in Nagasaki when the atomic bomb was dropped on the city at 11:02am on August 9th 1945. This was the beginning of the end of his captivity and he later returned home with a Samurai sword which was given to him as a gift by the POW camp commander at the end of the war.

The documentary tells Dr Aidan MacCarthy’s incredible story of resilience and bravery, and his daughter Nicola’s journey to find the family of the Japanese officer who gave their ancestral sword to her father.

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Film: The Midwife


Date:23 November 8pm
Tickets: €7/ €5 (students)
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Featuring Catherine Deneuve


As Goldie Hawn once put it, Hollywood has only three roles for women: Ingénue, District Attorney and “Driving Miss Daisy”. The fact of the matter is, too many strong talents see the pool of good parts unfairly dry up once they reach middle age, and short of radically reshaping the American film industry (I’m for that, too!), might I suggest this temporary stop-gap – might they consider learning French?


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Film- I am Not a Witch-(2017) (12A) ( Drama) (UK)


Date:Thursday April 19th 8pm 
Tickets: €7/€5 (students)
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'I am not a Witch'- Screening cancelled due to adverse weather conditions. To be rescheduled to April 19th. Awaiting confirmation.

Following a banal incident in her local village, 8-year old girl Shula is accused of witchcraft. After a short trial she is found guilty, taken into state custody and exiled to a witch camp in the middle of a desert. At the camp she takes part in an initiation ceremony where she is shown the rules surrounding her new life as a witch. Like the other residents, Shula is tied to a ribbon which is attached to a coil that perches in a large tree. She is told that should she ever cut the ribbon, she'll be cursed and transformed into a goat.



Film - 'The Death of Stalin' -KFS (2017)- Biography/Comedy/Drama


Date: Thursday 29 March  8pm
Tickets: €7 /€5 (students)
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The Death of Stalin


Follows the Soviet dictator's last days and depicts the chaos of the regime after his death. Known and loved for lacerating political satires The Thick of It, In the Loop and Veep, Armando Iannucci has a gift for skewering incompetent authority figures – locating the humour in their bumbling errors – as well as for truly creative, foul-mouthed insults. Iannucci and Soviet Russia: on paper, it’s a match made in heaven – both an opportunity to capitalise on anti-Russia sentiment and a chance to jab one of history’s most notorious autocrats in the ribs at a time when dictatorial, power-drunk figures are actually in power. A shame, then, that it doesn’t jab hard enough.



Film/Doc/ First Screening - 'Fair Day 1983' (Patsy O'Sullivan) & 'Men of Straw' by Matt Sullivan

Saturday April 7th - First Screening -  6pm 

Tickets: €8/€5 ( students)
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Film/Documentary- 'Fair Day 1983' (Patsy O'Sullivan) & 'Men of Straw' by Matt Sullivan- 6pm Screening


“The 15th of August Fair 1983” is a documentary by Patsy O’ Sullivan that chronicles 
this social gathering 35 years ago. We get a great insight into the social history of 
Kenmare and the surrounding areas while also meeting some of the characters that 
brought it to life.

“Men Of Straw” is a short documentary by Matt Sullivan, it follows the O’Sullivan family from South Kerry as they strive to keep an ancient tradition alive. They wonder if their personal commitment is enough to make it last in modern times.



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Film- 'Maudie' - Bio/Drama/Romance (2016) (12A) 1h 55mins


Thursday 12th April
Tickets: €7 /€5
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'Maudie' - Biography /Drama/Romance


1930's rural Nova Scotia. Maud Dowley, who suffers from rheumatoid arthritis, smokes heavily to deal with the pain. Because of her unusual gait from the arthritis, she is often mistaken as a stupid, incapable woman, that perception which does make her feel stupid and incapable. That view is held by her surviving family, her brother Charlie and her Aunt Ida with who she lives. After an action by Charlie, Maud decides to seek some independence, she the only applicant for a posted job as housekeeper for brusque Everett Lewis, a poor fish seller. Despite not wanting to hire a cripple which only adds to their antagonism, Maud negotiates to get the job for room and board. Their antagonistic relationship ends up including Everett exacting beatings on Maud whenever she doesn't do what he wants. To keep herself happy, Maud begins to paint the interior of the house with happy pictures and paint similar pictures on small cards, these folk art pictures how she wants to see the world. Maud's . Starring Ethan Hawke and Sally Hawkins


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