Good Vibrations (15)
Telling the story of Belfast punk music pioneer Terri Hooley, Good Vibrations remains one of the defining films about music during the Troubles, as well as punk music in general. Renowned film critic Mark Kermode called it “an absolute humdinger with real heart and soul”. As the Troubles of 1970s Belfast take over his city, Terri Hooley opens a record shop called Good Vibrations. He finds himself establishing a record label and leading a new community as the so-called ‘godfather of punk’. “Terrifically warm and entirely loveable” The Guardian.
Ireland/UK 2013 103 mins Dir: L Barros D’Sa & G Leyburn
Tuesday 5th December
Cinema located on first floor – regrettably no disabled access.
Licensed bar, hot drinks available from 7 pm.
Advance tickets available in the cafe and online. If there are no more tickets available online, you can ring the cafe (01538 386112) to see if/how many offline tickets are left.
Film starts: 7:45pm