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‘Captivating’ modern classics on show with March Movies at the Market Place

Come along to The Market Place this March for a captivating cinema experience! Where they have curated an extensive programme of modern classics to cater to all tastes.

Here is just a small sample of what’s have coming up…

La Syndicaliste (2022)

The true story of Maureen Kearney, Irish trade union representative-turned-whistleblower of a French multinational nuclear powerhouse. After denouncing top-secret deals that shook the sector, Kearney’s life is suddenly turned upside-down when she is violently assaulted in her own house.

The investigation is carried out under pressure, but new elements create doubt in the minds of the investigators. At first a victim, Maureen becomes a suspect.

In French with English subtitles.

Friday March 8, at 7.45pm – tickets are £5

Dementia friendly screening of Belfast (2021)

Buddy’s family lives in a largely Protestant district with a few Catholic families, but one day his community and everything he thought he understood about life is suddenly turned upside down. Buddy’s family gets caught in the mayhem and must decide to stay or leave the only place they have ever called home.

Our dementia friendly screenings are open to all, but have been tailored with care and attention to be accessible for people living with dementia.

Thursday March 14, at 11am – tickets are £4 (including tea/coffee and biscuits)

The Commitments (1991)

Jimmy Rabbitte knows he’s the world’s greatest band manager… now he just needs a band. Auditioning everyone he can find, he gathers 10 of the most talented, least experienced musicians from working-class Dublin aiming to launch the greatest soul band in the world.

A joyful mixture of hilariously foul-mouthed characters, fast-paced dialogue and wonderful music, The Commitments has been described as one of the greatest films of the last 50 years.

Thursday March 14, at 7.30pm – tickets are £7

Tickets for all shows can be booked online at or from the Box Office on 03300 561 025.

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