A note from the Artistic Director
It’s been a very busy summer with lots of work taking place behind the scenes at Triskel Christchurch. We can now offer refurbished seating inside Christchurch to add to the comfort of your visit. Live satellite broadcasting will launch on 16 August with a screening of God Help the Girl followed by live feed of Belle & Sebastian’s Edinburgh’s Corn Exchange set where they play songs from the film as well as their own.
Viva VHS! on 30 August is an 80s extravaganza of video trailers complied for our big screen. Full length 1988 sci fi horror ‘Remote Control’ shares the bill. The final week of the month we have the beautifully restored edition of The Cabinet of Dr. Caligary.
We are delighted to offer a programme of free events for Heritage Week as it celebrates it’s tenth year. Call in to join our free tours of Christchurch in both English and German throughout the week. Skeletal Secrets a talk on forensic archaeology at 1pm, Tuesday, 26 August and from 10am, Saturday 30 August we have a special Family History Day .
John McHarg and Marie Brett are Shadow Traders, their late summer visual art experiential exhibition runs through August with a special drop in free event promising a ‘Lucky Bag Hansel’ for each participant 12 – 2 Tuesday, 19 August.
Pulses of Tradition runs Thursdays and Fridays throughout the Summer. A Cork City Council programme, it is an authentic, Irish multi-media experience, featuring internationally recognised traditional musicians and dancers. This incredible show brings you on a journey from ancient Irish airs, songs and dances to modern day intercultural music & dance.
Summer at Triskel