Opening Hours  January 8th- 12th

Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday

10 -5pm

Thursday 1-10.30pm

 Tickets available online for all events or call the Box Office 064 6648701


Drama- Saturday January 19th
'Brigid Cleary' by Eve O Mahony
Kenmare Film Club- The Bookshop
Screening January 24th 8pm
Sean Keane - Booking Now!
Thursday January 17th - 8pm

Some of our upcoming programme highlights...

Upcoming Films

Film - Spring Film Titles- Thursdays at 8pm


Thursdays at  8pm
Tickets: €8/€6 (students)

Upcoming Spring Film Titles

Please Note from 1st February Admission will be €8/Students €6

January 10th “Mission Impossible Fallout” (2018) (12A) Action/Adventure/Thriller (2h27mins)

January 17th –No Film Screening Sean Keane in Concert

January 24th 8pm-Film-”The Bookshop” (KFS) Drama ((UK)(PG) (113 mins)

January 31st 8pm Film -”Making the Grade Documentary ' (G)(90 mins) (Irl) Sponsored by Sean Daly & Co

February 7th 8pm Film-”Just to be Sure “(KFS)(France)(2017)(100mins).Presented with the support of the French Embassy and the Institute Francais.

February 14th 8pm - ”Mamma Mia! Here We go Again “(2018) (PG)(1h54mins)Comedy/Musical/Romance

February 21st 8pm - ”Peterloo”(KFS)(2018)(12A) (2h34mins)Drama/History

February 28th 8pm - “A Star is Born”(2018)(15)(2h 16mins)Drama/Music/Romance

March 7th 8pm -”First Man”(2018)(12A)(2h 21mins)(KFS)Biography/Drama/History

March 14th 8pm - ”Bohemian Rhapsody”(2018)(12A)(2h14mins)Biography/Drama/Music

March 21st 8pm -  "The Camino Voyage”(2018)(PG)(1h37mins)Documentary(Irl). Starring Glen Hansard and Brendan Begley.

March 28th 8pm  -"The Little Stranger"(2018) (15A)Drama/Mystery (Irl) Directed by Lenny Abrahamson and starring Domhnall Gleeson and Ruth WIlson.

April 4th 8pm -”The Wife”(2017)(KFS)(15)(1h 40mins)Drama. Satrring Glenn Close and Jonathon Pryce.

April 11th 8pm – ”The Girl in the Spider’s Web (2018)(15)(157mins)Action/Crime/Drama. Starring Claire Foy.

April 18th 8pm -”Widows”(KFS)(2018)(15)(2h9mins)Crime /Drama/Thriller. Starring Viola Davis.

April 25th 8pm - 'Escobar' (Loving Pablo)(16)(2h) Action/Bio/Crime. Starring Javier Bardem and Penelope Cruz.

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Film' The Bookshop' - Drama (KFS) (UK)(PG) (113 mins)


Thursday 24th January 8pm
Tickets:€7/€5 (students)
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The Bookshop

Florence Green, a free-spirited widow, puts grief behind her and risks everything to open up a bookshop --the first such shop in the sleepy seaside town of Hardborough, England. But this mini social revolution soon brings her fierce enemies: she invites the hostility of the town's less prosperous shopkeepers and also crosses Mrs. Gamart, Harborough's vengeful, embittered alpha female who is a wannabe doyenne of the local arts scene.

Starring:Emily Mortimer, Bill Nighy, Hunter Tremayne

Film / Documentary 'Making The Grade' (G)(90 mins)(Irl)


Thursday January 31st 8pm
Tickets: €7/€5 (students)
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MAKING THE GRADE by Ken Wardrop & Sponsored by Sean Daly & Co

 MAKING THE GRADE invites us into the world of the piano lesson. Every year teachers and students throughout Ireland prepare for graded musical exams. These exams can be pleasing for some but daunting for others. Each student has their own particular goal but reaching Grade Eight is considered a pinnacle. This endearing and uplifting documentary explores the bond between piano teachers and their pupils as they struggle through these grades. This is a story of the trans-formative power of music and the pride and happiness it provides both the students and teachers.

It may inspire us all to keep making the grade

About the Director- Ken Wardrop

Ken is one of Ireland’s most recognised documentary voices. He owns the category he works in, creating powerfully emotional pieces through his own unique style. If a story needs to standout and genuinely leave an impression on the viewer, he has the proven directorial vision to deliver. Ken’s work has won accolades from the European Academy Awards to the prestigious Sundance Film Festival. Some of his proudest achievements have been in his short form exploits most notably his Barnardos campaigns.

Ken studied filmmaking at the National Film School, IADT. His short films have screened at many of the worlds most prestigious festivals including Sundance and Cannes. He has presented retrospective programmes at the Cork International Film Festival, and at festivals in the UK, Croatia, The Netherlands and in Scandinavia. In 2008, his work received the Grand Prix Award at Sapporo International Film Festival in Japan.


Film 'Just to be Sure' (France)(2017)(100 mins)



Thursday February 7th 8pm
Tickets €8/ €6 (students)
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Just to be Sure

When Erwin (Francois Damiens), a bomb disposal expert in his mid-forties, accidentally discovers that his father is not his biological father his world is turned upside down. As well as tracing his dad he has to juggle his daughters unplanned pregnancy and his aspiring relationship with the sparky local veterinarian Anna (Cecile De France), whom, it turns out may or may not be his sister!
With strong performances from all the cast this is a joyful tale with some moments that touch on the farcical and others that are genuinly touching. Director Carine Tardieu delivers a warm poignant human comedy about the challenges of being a parent and having one!.

Presented with the support of the French Embassy and the Institut Français.IF Logo small


Film 'Peterloo' (UK) (2018) (12) (154 mins)


Thursday 21st February 8pm
Tickets €8 /€6 (students)
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Dir: Mike Leigh 

Starring: Rory Kinnear, Maxine Peake, Neil Bell, David Moorst, Rachel Finnegan, Tom Meredith, Simona Bitmate, Robert Wilfort, Karl Johnson

An epic portrayal of the events surrounding the infamous 1819 Peterloo Massacre, where a peaceful pro-democracy rally at St Peter’s Field in Manchester turned into one of the bloodiest and most notorious episodes in British history. The massacre saw British government forces charge into a crowd of over 60,000 that had gathered to demand political reform and protest against rising levels of poverty. Many protestors were killed and hundreds more injured, sparking a nationwide outcry but also further government suppression. The Peterloo Massacre was a defining moment in British democracy which also played a significant role in the founding of The Guardian newspaper.

Dir: Mike Leigh 
Starring: Rory Kinnear, Maxine Peake, Neil Bell, David Moorst, Rachel Finnegan, Tom Meredith, Simona Bitmate, Robert Wilfort, Karl Johnson



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