Films normally start at 7.30pm in The Guildhall of St George, King Street.   Members and their guests can sign in from approx 7pm.

To ensure all people attending our events feel comfortable and safe we ask that everyone wears face coverings until seated and leave at least one empty seat between themselves and the next ‘bubble’.


Forthcoming Film Dates for your Diary

Thursday 9th February – THE DRY
Thursday 9th March – MRS HARRIS GOES TO PARIS
Thursday 6th April 7.30pm THE BANSHEES OF INISHERIN
Thursday 20th April 7.30pm HIVE
Thursday 11th May 7.30pm
Thursday 8th June 7.30pm
Thursday 13th July 7.30pm
Thursday 10th August 7.30pm
Thursday 24th August 7.30pm
Thursday 14th September 7.30pm
Thursday 12th October 7.30pm
Thursday 26th October 7.30pm
Thursday 16th November 7.30pm
Thursday 14th December 7.30pm


Thursday 9thFebruary 7.30pm

Crime, Drama, Mystery — (2021) — 117 mins — Cert 15

Director: Robert Connolly
Cast includes Eric Bana, Genevieve O’Reilly, Keir O’Donnell

When Federal Agent Aaron Falk returns to his home town after an absence of over twenty years to attend the funeral of his childhood friend, Luke, who allegedly killed his wife and child before taking his own life — a victim of the madness that has ravaged this community after more than a decade of drought.   When Falk reluctantly agrees to stay and investigate the crime, he opens up an old wound — the death of 17 year-old Ellie Deacon.   Falk begins to suspect these two crimes, separated by decades, are connected.   As he struggles to prove not only Luke’s innocence but also his own, Falk finds himself pitted against the prejudice towards him and and pent-up rage of a terrified community.




Thursday 9thMarch 7.30pm

Comedy, Drama — (2022) — 116 mins — Cert PG

Director: Anthony Fabian
Cast includes Alba Baptista, Lesley Manville, Jason Isaacs

In partnership with the House of Dior, MRS. HARRIS GOES TO PARIS tells the story of a widowed cleaning lady in 1950s London who falls madly in love with a couture Dior dress, and decides that she must have one of her own.   After she works, starves and gambles to raise the funds to pursue her dream, she embarks on an adventure to Paris which will change not only her own outlook, but the very future of the House of Dior.




Thursday 6thApril 7.30pm

Comedy, Drama — (2022) — 109 mins — Cert 15

Director: Martin McDonagh
Cast includes Colin Farrell, Brendan Gleeson, Kerry Condon, Barry Keoghan

Set on a remote island off the west coast of Ireland, THE BANSHEES OF INISHERIN follows lifelong friends Padraic (Colin Farrell) and Colm (Brendan Gleeson), who find themselves at an impasse when Colm unexpectedly puts an end to their friendship.   A stunned Padraic, aided by his sister Siobhan (Kerry Condon) and troubled young islander Dominic (Barry Keoghan), endeavours to repair the relationship, refusing to take no for an answer.   But Padraic’s repeated efforts only strengthen his former friend’s resolve and when Colm delivers a desperate ultimatum, events swiftly escalate, with shocking consequences.




Thursday 20thApril 7.30pm

Drama — (2021) — 84 mins — Cert 15

Director: Blerta Basholli
Cast includes Yllka Gashi, Çun Lajçi, Aurita Agushi

HIVE is a searing drama based on the true story of Fahrije (Yllka Gashi), who, like many of the other women in her patriarchal village, has lived with fading hope and burgeoning grief since her husband went missing during the war in Kosovo.   In order to provide for her struggling family, she pulls together the other widows in her community to launch a business selling a local food product.   Finding healing and solace in considering a future without their husbands but their will to begin living independently is met with hostility.   The men in the village condemn Fahrije’s efforts to empower herself and the women around her, starting a feud that threatens their newfound sovereignty and the financial future of Fahrije’s family.   Against the backdrop of Eastern Europe’s civil unrest and lingering misogyny, Fahrije and the women of her village join in a struggle to find hope in the face of an uncertain future.   HIVE is a pithy, devastating portrait of loss and our uphill journeys to freedom.





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