Cert: 16

The Banshees of Inisherin

Another screening of The Banshees of Inisherin will be on, on Tuesday 11 April at 8pm.

Set during the Irish Civil War, on a coastal Island, lifelong friends Pádraic and Colm, suddenly find themselves at an impasse when Colm unexpectedly ends their friendship. A stunned Pádraic, endeavours to repair the relationship, refusing to take no for an answer. But when Colm delivers a desperate ultimatum, the whole village become involved in the standoff, with events swiftly escalating, with shocking consequences. With his latest film offering Martin McDonagh brings us a gentle and brutal tale of a broken friendship, a rich, soulful journey, full of agony, laughter and big, haunting questions. Boasting standout performances from Brendan Gleeson, Colin Farrell, Kerry Condon and Barry Keoghan, the chemistry between the entire cast is the beating heart of this tragicomedy.


Martin McDonagh


Colin Farrell , Pádraic Súilleabháin, Brendan Gleeson, Colm Doherty, Kerry Condon, Siobhan Súilleabháin, Barry Keoghan, Dominic Kearney, Gary Lydon.


BFI London Film Festival 2022

Toronto International Film Festival 2022

Venice Film Festival 2022


Winner-Volpi Cup, Best Actor, Colin Farrell; Venice Film Festival 2022

Winner-Golden Osella, Best Screenplay, Martin McDonagh; Venice Film Festival 2023

Winner - Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy 2023

‘Swings between the hilarious, the horrifying and the heart-breaking in magnificent fashion.’

★★★★★ Mark Kermode, The Observer (UK)

‘The result feels closer than any of his previous films to the barbed, intimate lyricism of McDonagh’s work as a playwright, and more deeply, sorrowfully felt to boot.’

Guy Lodge, Variety

‘Farrell brings extra layers of depth and mournfulness to the classic McDonagh pattern. He’s the character you want to protect, and the one who sends your heart sinking when you see him harden, out of necessity, against the world. He gives The Banshees of Inisherin its soul and its beauty. To look at his face is to understand the half-welcoming, half-unforgiving place known as home.’

Stephanie Zackarek, Time Magazine