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WHAT’S ON / JUNE 2018 THIS ISSUE:

MCQUEEN THE HAPPY PRINCE DUBLIN OLDSCHOOL

PANDORA’S BOX LOUISE BROOKS DELIVERS A LEGENDARY PERFORMANCE IN G.W. PABST’S CLASSIC SILENT FILM.


QFT REFURBISHMENT ANNOUNCEMENT

We have some exciting news… The time has come to give QFT a major refurbishment during the summer to improve your cinema-going experience.

We’ll be back later in the year to celebrate 50 years of QFT (exciting plans are afoot) and to continue showing you the finest in independent and world cinema.

We will be carrying out a full refurbishment of screen 1, including new seating and sound system. In the bar we will be improving the acoustics and fully updating all the toilet facilities.

Keep an eye on queensfilmtheatre.com for regular updates about the refurbishment, our grand reopening, and upcoming events including QFT50.

All of this will take time which means QFT will be closed from Friday 6 July, reopening in August (date TBC). We know you will miss us and we hope you can bear with us as we undertake these improvements.

“The best thing about QFT is that it’s run by people who love film. If you ever come to Belfast you have to come here because it’s the living, breathing heart of cinema.” – MARK KERMODE


02/03

NEW RELEASES

ON CHESIL BEACH FRI 25 MAY – THURS 7 JUN

DIR: DOMINIC COOKE • 2017 • UK 1 HR 50 MINS

Saoirse Ronan (Lady Bird) and Billy Howle (Dunkirk) star in this adaptation of Ian McEwan’s acclaimed novel, about a newlywed couple whose honeymoon retreat becomes a comedy of sexual errors. Florence and Edward are a young couple on their honeymoon at the English seaside. It is 1962, and overcast. The two arrive at a Chesil Beach guest house in love and ready to begin their life together, but hopelessly ill-equipped for their first night. Adapted for the screen by McEwan himself, this is a beautifully precise anatomy of thwarted desire.

ACCESS SCREENING The 6.20pm screening on Tues 5 Jun will include audio description and on-screen captioning.

L’AMANT DOUBLE FRI 1 – THURS 7 JUN

DIR: FRANÇOIS OZON • 2017 • FRANCE/ BELGIUM • 1 HR 48 MINS • SUBTITLED

François Ozon (Potiche, In the House) returns with L’amant double, a sleek but gleefully irreverent erotic thriller that sees the prolific French auteur ramping up the sexual tension while keeping his tongue firmly in his cheek. Ozon’s captivating mystery, about a woman Chloé (Marion Vacth) who falls in love with Paul, her psychoanalyst (Jérémie Renier) but discovers there’s more to him than meets the eye, sees the director back to his old tricks after the restrained Second World War saga Frantz. Watch out for Jacqueline Bisset in a neat cameo part.


NEW RELEASES

DOCUMENTARY

THAT SUMMER FRI 1 – WED 6 JUN

DIR: GÖRAN HUGO OLSSON • 2017 SWEDEN/USA/DENMARK 1 HR 20 MINS

Summer, 1972: photographer Peter Beard and Jackie O’s socialite sibling Lee Radziwill work together on a film about her relatives and the sisters’ childhood in the Hamptons. After the project was abandoned, Albert and David Maysles made the 1975 documentary classic Grey Gardens. Lost for decades, this extraordinary footage, which focuses on a vibrant and profoundly influential creative community in Montauk (Long Island) in the 1970s – some shot by Andy Warhol – re-emerges in Göran Olsson’s fascinating documentary. Olsson uses it as the heart of a hauntingly poignant portrait of the two women, and the many lives they touched.

DOCUMENTARY

THE RAPE OF RECY TAYLOR MON 4 – WED 6 JUN

DIR: NANCY BUIRSKI • 2017 USA • 1 HR 31 MINS

The Rape of Recy Taylor is a documentary about a 24-year-old black mother and sharecropper who was gang raped by six white men in 1944 Alabama. She spoke up at the time and identified her rapists. The NAACP sent Rosa Parks, their chief investigator (and civil rights activist), to look into the case. Her representation and the community’s rallied support triggered an unprecedented outcry for justice.

The screening on Mon 4 Jun will be followed by a discussion with Dr Keira Williams, QUB History; Jan Melia, CEO of Women’s Aid; and Dr Jennie Carlsten, QUB Film Studies.


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DOCUMENTARY

MCQUEEN FRI 8 – THURS 14 JUN

DIR: IAN BONHÔTE & PETER ETTEDGUI 2018 • UK • 1 HR 51 MINS

McQueen is a personal look at the extraordinary life, career and artistry of designer Alexander McQueen. Alexander McQueen was a name that transcended its roots in the fashion world. His clothes, launched at fashion shows with a playful sense of theatrics and rebellion, became globally renowned and landed the South London-born designer into an elite group before his tragic death in 2010. Charting his meteoric rise, the clothes, extravagant shows and collaborations with Björk and Bowie, McQueen acts as a fitting epitaph to a precocious talent.

THE BOY DOWNSTAIRS FRI 8 – THURS 14 JUN

DIR: SOPHIE BROOKS • 2017 USA • 1 HR 31 MINS

From writer-director Sophie Brooks, The Boy Downstairs is an original romantic comedy about a young woman forced to revisit a former relationship. Diana (Zosia Mamet, Girls), is an ambitious, aspiring writer who finds the perfect Brooklyn apartment only to discover that her new downstairs neighbour is her ex, Ben (Matthew Shear), whose heart she broke when she left town. In the vein of Frances Ha, Maggie’s Plan and Richard Linklater’s Before trilogy, The Boy Downstairs is a vibrant coming-of-age tale that examines the pitfalls of falling in love and growing up.

04/05


NEW RELEASES

THE CIAMBRA FRI 15 – MON 18 JUN

DIR: JONAS CARPIGNANO • 2017 • ITALY/ BRAZIL/GERMANY/FRANCE/SWEDEN/ USA • 1 HR 58 MINS • SUBTITLED

Executive producer Martin Scorsese presents the electrifying second feature from rising director Jonas Carpignano. Young Romani Pio lived at the margins of Carpignano’s acclaimed refugee drama Mediterranea—he’s now the focal point of the director’s powerful coming-of-age drama set in the slums of an Italian coastal town. Determined to live up to the outlaw reputation of the older brother he idolises, the 14-year-old seeks to prove himself a full-grown hustler. The Ciambra is a bracing plunge into a world in which growing up fast is a matter of survival.

LES FANTÔMES D’ISMAËL

ISMAEL’S GHOSTS TUES 19 – THURS 21 JUN

DIR: ARNAUD DESPLECHIN • 2017 FRANCE•2HRS15MINS•SUBTITLED

Ismael’s Ghosts features a love triangle of powerhouse performers – Mathieu Amalric, Charlotte Gainsbourg and Marion Cotillard – in a haunting, anxietyladen identity thriller from the fertile imagination of writerdirector Arnaud Desplechin. Ismael’s Ghosts introduces the idyllic relationship between Sylvia (Gainsbourg) and Ismael (Amalric), a widowed filmmaker in the early stages of a new work. Everything changes when Carlotta (Cotillard), Ismael’s missing wife, returns to reclaim the life that she left behind. Little is as it appears to be on the surface in this richly layered and genre-twisting film that keeps the audience guessing until the end.


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06/07

ARCADIA THURS 21, SAT 23 & SUN 24 JUN

DIR: PAUL WRIGHT • 2017 • UK • 1 HR 19 MINS

A compelling folk horror/archive film with a score by members of Portishead and Goldfrapp. Scouring 100 years of archive footage, BAFTA-winner Paul Wright constructs an exhilarating study of the British people’s shifting and contradictory relationship to the land. The film goes on a sensory, visceral journey through the contrasting seasons, taking in folk carnivals and fetes, masked parades, and harvesting. Set to an expressive new score from Adrian Utley (Portishead) and Will Gregory (Goldfrapp) alongside folk music from the likes of Anne Briggs, Wright’s captivating film essay captures the beauty, brutality, magic and madness of rural Britain.

DOCUMENTARY

DOCUMENTARY

NEW TOWN UTOPIA ALL THE WILD HORSES

FRI 8 – SAT 9 JUN DIR: CHRISTOPHER IAN SMITH • 2017 • UK • 1 HR 21 MINS

New Town Utopia is a feature documentary about utopian dreams and concrete realities… the challenging, funny, and sometimes tragic story of the British new town of Basildon, Essex. The narrative is guided by the artists, musicians and poets of Basildon and features Oscar-winning actor Jim Broadbent as the voice of Lewis Silkin MP.

TUES 19 – WED 20 JUN DIR: IVO MARLOH • 2017 • MONGOLIA/SOUTH AFRICA/UK/USA/ IRELAND • 1 HR 33 MINS

Follow international riders from around the world as they compete in the Mongol Derby in Mongolia, the longest and toughest horse race on the planet. In this race across 700 miles of Mongolian steppe the riders are on their own, dealing with dehydration, hypothermia, exhaustion, extreme weather, swollen rivers, attacking dogs and roaming wolves.


NEW RELEASES

THE HAPPY PRINCE FRI 22 – THURS 28 JUN

DIR: RUPERT EVERETT • 2018 GERMANY/BELGIUM/UK/ITALY 1 HR 45 MINS • PARTIALLY SUBTITLED

Rupert Everett directs and stars in the seldom-told story of the last days of exiled writer Oscar Wilde. Wilde ended his days lost in a miasma of bankruptcy, public infamy and agony, never returning to Britain after his release from Reading Gaol for ‘gross indecency’, instead exiled to the continent. Everett’s directorial debut is a deeply felt, tremendously acted tribute to courage that tracks Wilde’s brief, yet tempestuous, reunion with Bosie (Colin Morgan) and his final demise in Naples and Paris. Emily Watson and Colin Firth round out the cast in this superior biopic.

KISSING CANDICE FRI 22 – THURS 28 JUN (NOT SCREENING SUN 24 JUN)

DIR: AOIFE MCARDLE • 2017 IRELAND/UK • 1 HR 42 MINS

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Northern Irish director Aoife McArdle makes an eye-catching feature debut with a stylish, seductive drama poised between harsh realities and inviting escapism. 17-year-old Candice (an impressive Ann Skelly) feels trapped in an Irish seaside town riven with violence, and a life defined by chronic seizures. Everything brightens when she meets a handsome young man who is the spitting image of the fellow she sees in her dreams. Is he the answer to her prayers, or another manifestation of her dangerous fantasies? Kissing Candice is a dazzling calling card for some bright new talents.


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DUBLIN OLDSCHOOL FRI 29 JUN – THURS 5 JUL

DIR: DAVE TYNAN • 2018 • IRELAND CERT TBC 1 HR 35 MINS

Over a drug-fuelled lost weekend in Dublin, Jason (Emmet Kirwan), a wannabe DJ reconnects with his estranged homeless brother Daniel (Ian Lloyd Anderson), a recovering addict. The brothers haven’t seen or spoken to each other in years but over a lost weekend they reconnect and reminisce over raves, tunes and their troubled past. Two brothers living very different lives might have more in common than they think. Adapted from the highly successful stage play, the ensemble cast includes Sarah Greene, Seána Kerslake, Mark O’Halloran and Stephen Jones.

AUS DEM NICHTS

IN THE FADE FRI 29 JUN – THURS 5 JUL

DIR: FATIH AKIN • 2017 • GERMANY/ FRANCE • 1 HR 46 MINS • SUBTITLED

Diane Kruger won the Best Actress prize at the Cannes Film Festival for her searing performance as a Hamburg woman whose world is torn apart by grief and anger after neo-Nazi sympathisers murder her Kurdish husband and six-year-old son. From the award-winning filmmaker Fatih Akin (The Edge of Heaven) comes a powerful take on the revenge drama and a compelling study of a woman driven to the edge. “A thriller made riveting by an emotional performance from Diane Kruger.” – DEBORAH YOUNG, HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

08/09


SECOND SIGHT

OUR PICK OF RESTORED AND REISSUED CLASSICS, BACK ON THE BIG SCREEN WHERE THEY BELONG.

4K RESTORATION

THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY SAT 2 – SUN 3 & FRI 8 – SAT 9 JUN

DIR: SERGIO LEONE • 1966 • ITALY/USA/ SPAIN/WEST GERMANY • 2 HRS 59 MINS

The final film in the Dollars trilogy is that rare thing – a true classic – presented here in an epic 4K restoration. The reasons for its classic status can be found in Leone’s continually inventive visual style, Ennio Morricone’s incredible whistlingchiming-twanging-wailing score, the sardonic gallows-humour of the script, and the vivid performances by Clint Eastwood, Lee Van Cleef, and Eli Wallach. These three cutthroat opportunists doubleand triple-cross each other while searching for a hidden treasure amid the carnage of the Civil War.

DIE BÜCHSE DER PANDORA

PANDORA’S BOX FRI 1 – THURS 7 JUN

DIR: G.W. PABST • 1929 • GERMANY 2 HRS 15 MINS • SILENT (GERMAN TITLE CARDS WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES)

One of the greatest silent films, G.W. Pabst’s Pandora’s Box is renowned for its sensational storyline, sparkling Weimarperiod setting and the legendary lead performance of its iconic star Louise Brooks. Following the rise and fall of Lulu (Brooks), a spirited but innocent showgirl whose sheer sexual magnetism wreaks havoc on the lives of men and women alike, the film was controversial in its day and then underappreciated for decades. Pandora’s Box now stands as an incredibly modern movie, and few stars of any era dazzle as brightly as Louise Brooks. New 2K digital print.


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10/11

THE PIANO FRI 15 – MON 18 JUN

DIR: JANE CAMPION • 1993 NEW ZEALAND/AUSTRALIA/ FRANCE • 2 HRS

Jane Campion became the first female director to win the Palme d’Or for The Piano, her extraordinary, triumphant masterpiece about a mute woman’s rebellion in a newly colonised, Victorian-era New Zealand. Soundtracked by Michael Nyman’s evocative score, it won Oscars for Holly Hunter and Anna Paquin in career-defining roles and Best Screenplay for Campion’s typically individualistic, female-centric script. This digital restoration, approved by Campion, is re-released in the film’s 25th anniversary year.

CINESEEKERS FILM CLUB

SCREEN/PRINT

KIKORIKI: DÉJÀ VU I, TONYA

SAT 16 JUN, 11.30AM

SUN 17 JUN, 3.15PM

DIR: DENIS CHERNOV • 2017 • RUSSIA • 1 HR 25 MINS ENGLISH LANGUAGE VERSION • AGE: 5+

DIR: CRAIG GILLESPIE • 2017 • USA • 1 HR 59 MINS

Krash has decided to throw his best buddy Barry an unforgettable birthday party. He contacts the Déjà Vu Agency, which organises exciting time travel adventures. What could possibly go wrong?! Kikoriki: Déjà Vu is a thrilling, laugh-out-loud time travelling adventure for the whole family. Tickets £5 (£4 concessions and Film Card holders).

The Naughton Gallery, in association with UsFolk illustration agency, presents a free screening of the Oscar-winning I, Tonya. The film has been selected by New York-based artist Katie Skelly, who is featured in the Naughton Gallery’s current sports exhibition, Ready? OK! Free, limited edition prints available at the screening. SCREEN/PRINT is generously supported by the Queen’s Annual Fund.


SPECIAL EVENTS

BELFAST PHOTO FESTIVAL FRI 8 – SAT 9 JUN

Capture Conference The inaugural Capture Conference, launched by Belfast Photo Festival to coincide with the 2018 Belfast Photo Festival Compact, will take place at QFT on Friday 8 June. The day-long conference will include speakers from industries right across the creative spectrum exploring the use of photography in visual effects, VR, film, animation, gaming and more. Toy Story The Belfast Photo Festival is delighted to welcome Pixar Editor, Torbin Bullock to the 2018 edition, and to celebrate we are hosting a special screening of the studio’s classic, Toy Story on Saturday 9 June at 2pm.

LEK AND THE DOGS + Q&A SUN 24 JUN, 6.30PM

DIR: ANDREW KÖTTING • 2017 • UK 1 HR 32 MINS

Experimental artist and auteur Andrew Kötting creates a groundbreaking crossover between narrative film and contemporary art piece. Inspired by the true story of Ivan Mishukov, who walked out of his apartment at the age of four and spent two years living on the city streets where he was adopted by a pack of wild dogs. Kötting’s spellbinding and utterly original story of survival draws on a range of innovative techniques, including home movies and archive to produce a montage essay on the state of the world. Followed by a Q&A with Andrew Kötting.


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12/13

O-CON AT OFT QFT presents three films to coincide with Q-Con XXV: three days of gaming and anime at Queen’s University Belfast Students’ Union, 22-24 June 2018.

Q-Con attendees will receive a promo code that will enable them to book cinema tickets for just £4. Visit q-con.org.uk for details of how to register.

SAT 23 JUN, 12.00PM

PÂFEKUTO BURÛ

PERFECT BLUE SAT 23 JUN, 10.15PM

THE SHAPE OF WATER SUN 24 JUN, 12.00PM

DIR: STEVEN LISBERGER • 1982 USA • 1 HR 36 MINS

DIR: SATOSHI KON • 1997 • JAPAN 1 HR 21 MINS • SUBTITLED

DIR: GUILLERMO DEL TORO 2017 • USA • 2 HRS 3 MINS

When scientist Kevin Flynn (Jeff Bridges) tries to hack the computer at work to find evidence that his ideas have been stolen, a malevolent software pirate ensnares him in the computer’s electronic maze. Digitally broken down into a data stream, he finds himself caught in the blazingly colourful and geometrically intense landscape of cyberspace. A stunning piece of science fiction and a landmark in the history of computer animation.

The debut feature from Satoshi Kon (Tokyo Godfathers), is a pitch dark, gleefully excessive thriller that has earned apt comparisons to the work of David Lynch, with a visual style that remains assured and singular. A voyeuristic thriller with oodles of paranoia, bursts of sudden violence and at least one doppelgänger – Perfect Blue is anime by way of De Palma and a fitting addition to our QFT Late: Cult & Classic line-up.

Another chance to see Guillermo del Toro’s multi Oscar-winning fantasy. Elisa (Sally Hawkins) is a shy, mute cleaner working at a top secret government facility. Yet, with the arrival of an amazing, Amazonian river man (Doug Jones) at her workplace, her extraordinary ability to communicate leads them to forge a deep understanding and romantic connection. Octavia Spencer, Richard Jenkins and Michael Shannon round out the cast of this brilliant aquatic adventure.

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SPECIAL EVENTS

STAGE ON SCREEN NT LIVE: JULIE THURS 6 SEPT, 7.00PM

RSC LIVE: THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR WED 12 SEPT, 7.00PM NT LIVE: KING LEAR THURS 27 SEPT, 7.00PM IMAGE: KING LEAR

RSC LIVE: TROILUS & CRESSIDA WED 14 NOV, 7.00PM NT LIVE: THE MADNESS OF GEORGE III TUES 20 NOV, 7.00PM TICKETS Live broadcasts: £15 (£12.50 concessions and Film Card holders) Recorded and encore performances: £12.50 (£10 concessions and Film Card holders)

HERE TO BE HEARD RYUICHI SAKAMOTO THE STORY OF THE SLITS

THURS 7 JUN, 6.30PM DIR: WILLIAM E. BADGLEY • 2017 • UK • 1 HR 26 MINS • AGE: 15+

A new documentary about the first all-girl Punk group, The Slits. Contemporaries of The Clash and The Sex Pistols, they are the pioneering godmothers of the musical movement known as ‘Punky Reggae’. Screening as part of Women’s Work 2018, and presented in association with Belfast Film Festival and Girls Rock School NI.

CODA

SAT 30 JUN – SUN 1 JUL DIR: STEPHEN NOMURA SCHIBLE • 2017 • JAPAN/USA 1 HR 40 MINS • SUBTITLED

CERT TBC

One of the most important artists of our era, Ryuichi Sakamoto has had a prolific career spanning over four decades, from techno-pop stardom to Oscar-winning film composer (The Revenant). As Sakamoto returns to music following cancer, his haunting awareness of mortality leads to a resounding new masterpiece. “One of the great documentaries about the creative process.” – ROBBIE COLLIN, THE TELEGRAPH


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JUNE DATE

EVENT

TIME

Mon 18

Fri 1

Pandora’s Box On Chesil Beach That Summer L’amant double

3.45pm/8.40pm 4.00pm/6.20pm 6.40pm 9.00pm

The Ciambra The Piano

6.20pm 8.50pm

Tues 19

All the Wild Horses Ismael’s Ghosts

6.20pm 8.20pm

Sat 2

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly On Chesil Beach That Summer Pandora’s Box L’amant double

2.00pm 4.00pm/6.20pm 6.40pm 8.40pm 9.00pm

Wed 20

Ismael’s Ghosts All the Wild Horses

6.20pm 9.10pm

Sun 3

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly On Chesil Beach That Summer Pandora’s Box L’amant double

2.00pm 2.40pm/5.30pm 6.00pm 7.50pm 8.10pm

That Summer On Chesil Beach The Rape of Recy Taylor + Q&A Pandora’s Box L’amant double

3.50pm 4.00pm/6.20pm 6.00pm 8.40pm 9.00pm

Mon 4

Tues 5

On Chesil Beach That Summer On Chesil Beach (Access) The Rape of Recy Taylor Pandora’s Box L’amant double

4.00pm 4.50pm 6.20pm 6.40pm 8.40pm 9.00pm

Wed 6

On Chesil Beach That Summer Pandora’s Box The Rape of Recy Taylor L’amant double

3.40pm/8.40pm 4.50pm 6.00pm 6.40pm 9.00pm

Thurs 7

On Chesil Beach Pandora’s Box Here to Be Heard: The Story of The Slits L’amant double

3.40pm/8.40pm 6.00pm

Fri 8

6.30pm 9.00pm

Belfast Photo Festival: Capture Conference McQueen New Town Utopia The Good, the Bad and the Ugly The Boy Downstairs

9.45am-5.00pm 6.00pm 6.30pm 8.20pm 8.40pm

Belfast Photo Festival: Toy Story + Q&A McQueen The Boy Downstairs New Town Utopia The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

2.00pm 2.10pm/6.00pm 4.30pm/8.40pm 6.30pm 8.20pm

Sun 10

McQueen The Boy Downstairs

2.00pm/6.20pm 4.20pm/8.40pm

Mon 11

McQueen The Boy Downstairs

6.20pm 8.40pm

Tues 12 – The Boy Downstairs Thurs 14 McQueen

6.20pm 8.20pm

Fri 15

The Piano The Ciambra

6.20pm 8.50pm

Sat 16

Cineseekers: Kikoriki: Déjà Vu The Piano The Ciambra

11.30am 1.25pm/6.20pm 3.55pm/8.50pm

Sun 17

The Piano Screen/Print: I, Tonya + intro The Ciambra

12.45pm/6.00pm 3.15pm 8.30pm

Sat 9

Thurs 21 Arcadia Ismael’s Ghosts

6.20pm 8.20pm

Fri 22

Kissing Candice The Happy Prince

6.20pm 8.30pm

Sat 23

Tron The Happy Prince Arcadia Kissing Candice QFT Late: Cult & Classic: Perfect Blue

12.00pm 2.00pm/8.05pm 4.10pm 5.55pm

Sun 24

The Shape of Water The Happy Prince Arcadia Lek and the Dogs + Q&A

12.00pm 2.30pm/9.10pm 4.40pm 6.30pm

10.15pm

Mon 25 – The Happy Prince Thurs 28 Kissing Candice

6.20pm 8.35pm

Fri 29

In the Fade Dublin Oldschool

6.20pm 8.35pm

Sat 30

Dublin Oldschool In the Fade Ryuichi Sakamoto: Coda

2.40pm/9.10pm 4.45pm 7.00pm

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Sun 1

Ryuichi Sakamoto: Coda Dublin Oldschool In the Fade

2.00pm 4.15pm/8.35pm 6.20pm

Mon 2

In the Fade Dublin Oldschool

6.20pm 8.35pm

Tues 3 – Thurs 5

Dublin Oldschool In the Fade

6.20pm 8.25pm

QFT will be closed from Friday 6 July for refurbishment, reopening in August (see page 2 for details).

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