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Omniplex Rathmines, Swan SC

22 May - 28 May

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A Royal Night Out

13:10M-Th, 18:20nTh

Big Game

11:10SS, 13:30SS, 15:50SS

Cinderella (2015)

11:50SS, 14:40SS

Far From The Madding Crowd

14:20M-Th, 17:20, 20:20nTh

Home (2015)

11:20SS, 13:50SS

Mad Max: Fury Road

12:10SS, 15:10nF, 18:10, 21:10

Mad Max: Fury Road 3D

14:00nF, 17:00, 20:00

Marvel's Avengers: Age of Ultron

16:40nF, 20:10

On the Waterfront


Pitch Perfect 2

14:30SuTh, 17:30SuTh, 20:30SuTh

Pitch Perfect 2 MAXX

14:30SaM-W, 17:30FSaM-W, 20:30FSaM-W

Poltergeist (2015)

13:50M-Th, 16:20nF, 18:50, 21:20

San Andreas MAXX

14:10Th, 17:10Th, 20:10Th

The Age of Adaline

15:40M-W, 21:00nTh

The Spongebob Movie: Sponge Out of Water


Tomorrowland: A World Beyond

11:40SS, 14:50nF, 17:50, 20:50

Two By Two

12:00SS, 14:20Sa-W

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The Daily Ten

  • Love/Hate star Charlie Murphy won Best Lead Actress award Love/Hate dominates 2015 IFTA awards

    RTÉ drama Love/Hate has dominated at the 2015 IFTA awards, winning Best Drama and Best Script, while Best Lead Actress went to cast member Charlie Murphy. Check out the winners here.

  • Bill O'Herlihy Broadcasting legend Bill O'Herlihy has died at 76

    The death has taken place of RTÉ broadcaster and journalist Bill O'Herlihy. He passed away peacefully at home this morning. He was 76.

  • Ardal O'Hanlon will play Padraig Pearse in a new 1916 farce Ardal O'Hanlon to star in new 1916 farce

    Ardal O'Hanlon will star as Padraig Pearse in Deathwish 16: The GPO, a new farce about the 1916 Rising which will premiere at the Kilkenny Cat Laugh comedy festival this weekend.

  • The Lobster stars Lea Seydoux, Colin Farrell and Rachel Weisz Colin Farrell's The Lobster wins Cannes Jury Prize

    The Lobster, which was filmed in Ireland and stars Colin Farrell, has been named as the winner of the Jury Prize at the 68th Cannes Film Festival.

  • U2: Two hearts beat as one Watch! U2 express Pride for Yes vote

    U2 dedicated their song Pride to the Yes vote in last Friday's referendum on same sex marriage with Bono saying that Ireland had "put the gay in Gaelic". Have a listen here.

  • Muse Watch! Muse set from BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend

    In the lead-up to the release of their seventh studio album, Drones, Muse topped the bill on the first day (Saturday May 23) of BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend.

  • Morrissey Morrissey pleas for abolition of Irish fur farms

    Morrissey has congratulated Ireland on the passing of the same-sex marriage referendum and has also pleaded with the Irish people to close all fur and factory farms and halt the transportation of livestock.

  • The late Derek Davis RTÉ TEN'S TV picks for Monday, May 25

    A Little Bit TV: Derek Davis (8.00pm RTÉ One) looks at the varied career of the broadcaster who died on May 13. Meanwhile, Kate Bush at the BBC airs again some of her scintillating performances.

  • Al Pacino at the London premiere of Danny Collins Review: Al Pacino at the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre

    Al Pacino took some "time off" from the promotional tour of his new film Danny Collins to talk life and work at a special event in Dublin last night. Harry Guerin went along, and liked the legend even more by the end than he did at the beginning.

  • Louis Walsh Louis Walsh says he's penning his tell-all memoir

    On/off X-Factor judge Louis Walsh says he is writing a tell-all autobiography in which he will speak openly his fellow judges Simon Cowell, Cheryl Fernandez-Versini, Mel B, Gary Barlow and Tulisa.