Directed by Bill Forsyth whose work includes Gregory’s Girl and Local Hero. Set in the Pacific Northwest in the 1950s, the film follows two orphaned sisters who live
with their eccentric aunt. The period detail perfectly grounds this whimsical film, described by Jonathan Rosenbaum as “a feminist Huckleberry Finn, a film to be savoured rather than gulped.”
€5 includes tea, coffee and biscuits on arrival. Should any member of your party
have mobility issues please inform box office when booking.
Please be aware that from Monday 10th February there will be water main replacement works taking place in Carrick-on-Shannon, along St George’s Terrace, the approach to The Dock.
This may have an impact on access to The Dock and on parking in the vicinity of the building. We would advise you to factor this possible delay into your journey time to The Dock.