We're delighted to partner with Triskel Arts Centre, celebrating their 40 plus years in British Irish collaborations, to co-present Albion – A Tribute, a season of exceptional British pictures spanning the last five decades.
Each film illustrates a distinctive vision from the artists who created them, and this programme offers the chance to see these notable works on the big screen.
- Nighthawks – 24 March: The first major British gay film, Nighthawks is a study of a closeted schoolteacher (Ken Robertson) who spends his nights cruising London’s gay clubs in search of Mr Right defies categorisation. Get tickets for Nighthawks.
- Distant Voices, Still Lives – 25 March: Terence Davies’ partly autobiographical tale evokes his upbringing in Liverpool after the war in a working-class home dominated by the violence of his father (played by Pete Postlethwaite). Get tickets for Distant Voices, Still Lives.
- Blue Black Permanent – 26 March: This haunting and magical film moves between Edinburgh and Orkney as it tells of a woman’s attempts to come to terms with her mother’s death through her childhood memories.Get tickets for Blue Black Permanent.
- Fish Tank – 27 March: The critically adored, BAFTA-winning drama centres around Mia (Katie Jarvis), a volatile 15-year-old who is always in trouble and who has been excluded from school and ostracised by her friends. Get tickets for Fish Tank.
- The Selfish Giant – 28 March: Set on the outskirts of Bradford, The Selfish Giant follows two rebellious young lads – Arbor (Conner Chapman) and Swifty (Shaun Thomas) – and their involvement with a local scrap dealer. Get tickets for The Selfish Giant.
Standard ticket prices apply or get a season ticket to see all five films for €35 full price / €30 for annual membership holders