Banshees Of Inisherin: Stunning Filming Locations, Cast, and More!

Updated On: January 25, 2023

Banshees of Inisherin is the latest film from acclaimed writer and director Martin McDonagh, best known for the film ‘In Bruges’. This great new comedy is set and filmed in Ireland, using Ireland’s beautiful scenery and acting talent. Read on to find out what the film is about, the main cast and where Banshees of Inisherin was filmed.

What is Banshees of Inisherin about?

The Banshees of Inisherin tells the story of a pair of friends dealing with the consequences of their friendship’s abrupt end. Beyond this, the film is about the community fostered by Ireland’s culture as an island nation.

Ireland’s stunning landscape acts as a setting for the human experiences of friendship, the bonds formed in small communities and the consequences of ending relationships. Writer and Director Martin McDonagh is known for the emotion portrayed in his films, and this gem is no different.

The film is set at the tail end of the Irish Civil War in 1923.

Watch the trailer below for a sneak peek of what’s in store:

Is the Banshees of Inisherin a comedy?

Banshees of Inisherin has been described as a dark comedy with themes of uncertainty where you don’t know whether to laugh or cry. 

Much of the satire comes from the madness that derives from living in a rural and suffocatingly small community that lacks no individuality. Martin McDonagh humorously plays on these cultural quirks, inviting the audience to relish in the Irish ways of living. 

The Banshees of Inisherin dramatises the breaking up of a friendship, something that is not often seen in cinema or really in any dramatisations, albeit it’s a life experience that most of us have encountered in our lives. 

In some parts of the film, the audience is met with squeamish and bloody scenes, which contributes to the theme of dark comedy and nail-biting tension. If you’re expecting a light-hearted comedy, this film isn’t it, but if you are prepared to laugh in the most unlikely of scenes, then most definitely, give Banshees of Inisherin a go. 

Is the Banshees of Inisherin a sequel to In Brugge? 

In short, the answer is no, the Banshees of Inisherin is not a sequel to In Brugge. Although both films are directed by Martin McDonagh and the two main protagonists are played by the same actors, Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson. 

In Brugge was released in 2008 and quickly became a much-loved cult classic. The dark comedy focuses on a guilt-stricken hitman, played by Colin Farrell, who goes into hiding with his hitman partner, played by Brendan Gleeson. 

The duo have returned to screens almost 15 years later, to again play a role that centres around friendship. However, this role in Banshees of Inisherin is much more character-led, personalised and narrative-driven.

Cast of Banshees of Inisherin

The leads in the film will be familiar to those who have seen the cult classic ‘In Bruges’, by director Martin McDonagh, as Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson reunite after 14 years. They play two islanders at a crossroads in their relationship when one announces they are no longer friends.

This film contains an ensemble cast of some of the best Irish actors of all time.

Colin Farrell – Pádraic Súilleabháin

Colin Farrell in Banshees of Inisherin
Banshees of Inisherin – Colin Farrell

Born May 31th 1976 in Castleknock, Dublin, Colin Farrell is an Irish actor best known for his role in the cult classic In Bruges, also directed by Martin McDonagh, in which he plays Ray, a tortured hitman who is sent to Bruges on holiday with friend Ken (played by Brendan Gleeson).

Banshees of Inisherin sees this loveable duo reunite with McDonagh to create another classic Irish film. Farrell plays Pádraic, the scorned islander who his friend has rejected. The film explores his emotions as he deals with the trauma of losing his closest friend – for seemingly no reason.

Farrell’s impressive career ranges from action sci-fi Total Recall to his more recent appearance as Oswald Cobblepot/The Penguin in Matt Reeves’ The Batman. With thought-provoking romance dramas such as The Lobster and unsettling thrillers such as The Killing of A Sacred Deer, Colin’s range is impeccable.

Farrell has done everything from joining the Wizarding World in Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them to portraying Alexander the Great.

Brendan Gleeson – Colm Doherty

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Banshees of Inisherin – Brendan Gleeson

Born March 29th 1955, in Dublin, Brendan Gleeson is a well-known Irish actor known best for his role as ‘Mad-Eye Moody’ in the Harry Potter film franchise. A role well suited to his previous profession was teaching for ten years before starting his acting career.

Gleeson plays Colm, the man who has decided to shun his friend. Colm is a musician and will go to extremes to ensure his wishes are respected.

Gleeson’s other appearances are too long to list, but some of our favourite appearances of his are in The Guard, Michael Collins, Gangs of New York, The Secret of Kells, and of course, Paddington 2.

Kerry Condon – Siobhán Súilleabháin

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Kerry Condon in the film THE BANSHEES OF INISHERIN. Photo by Jonathan Hession. Courtesy of Searchlight Pictures. © 2022 20th Century Studios All Rights Reserved.

Born January 4th, 1983, in Thurles, Co Tipperary, Kerry Condon plays Siobhán, the caring sister of Farrell’s character. Inisherin has very little to offer Siobhán, however.

You may recognise Kerry from her wildly successful career in television and film, appearing in hit TV series Better Call Saul, The Walking Dead, Rome and even a short stint on Ballykissangel.

However, did you know that Condon voices Iron Man’s trusty A.I known as F.R.I.D.A.Y in various films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Barry Keoghan – Dominic Kearney

Colin Farrell and Barry Keoghan in the film THE BANSHEES OF INISHERIN. Photo by Jonathan Hession. Courtesy of Searchlight Pictures. © 2022 20th Century Studios All Rights Reserved.
Colin Farrell and Barry Keoghan in the film THE BANSHEES OF INISHERIN. Photo by Jonathan Hession. Courtesy of Searchlight Pictures. © 2022 20th Century Studios All Rights Reserved.

Born on October 18th, 1992, in Dublin, Keoghan delivers another skilful performance as a local young lad Dominic who helps Siobhán to try and reconcile the relationship between the two main characters.

Keoghan has burst onto the film scene in the last decade. He has found continued success in the superhero genre, acting alongside Angelina Jolie in Marvel’s Eternals and making a cameo appearance as the Joker in Reeves’ The Batman. He also acted alongside Farrell in The Killing of A Sacred Deer.

Keoghan has also featured in historical dramas such as Dunkirk, Black ’47 and ’71 and critically acclaimed TV Shows such as Chernobyl and Love/Hate.

Other Notable Cast Members

  • Irish Comedian Pat Shortt as Jonjo Devine, the local barman.
  • Irish Comedian Jon Kenny as islander Gerry
  • Sheila Flitton as Mrs McCormick
  • Bríd Ní Neachtain as Mrs. O’Riordan
  • Sean-nós singer and Aran Islands native Lasairfhíona as a Female Singer

Is Inisherin a real place?

You may find yourself asking, ‘where is Inisherin?’ after watching the film. If you are struggling to find the island on a map, then fear not; your geography skills are working fine; Inisherin is a fictional island off Ireland’s West Coast.

Martin McDonagh and Colin Farrell on set of the film THE BANSHEES OF INISHERIN. Photo by Jonathan Hession. Courtesy of Searchlight Pictures. © 2022 20th Century Studios All Rights Reserved.
Martin McDonagh and Colin Farrell are on the set of the film THE BANSHEES OF INISHERIN. Photo by Jonathan Hession. Courtesy of Searchlight Pictures. © 2022 20th Century Studios All Rights Reserved.

Where was Banshees of Inisherin Filmed?

Inisherin, the setting of the film, is a made-up village portrayed using other beautiful Irish islands. The Banshees of Inisherin was filmed on location in Ireland on Inis Mor and Achill Islands. The film shows the incredible scenery, mountains, coastline and greenery of the Wild Atlantic Way and the West coast of Ireland in particular. Director Martin McDonagh aimed to make the most beautiful Irish film he and his team could, and from the movie’s very first opening shot, we knew we were in for a visionary delight.

Visit Ireland has created a behind-the-scenes video for the film, talking about this dedication to the scenery of Ireland and how it sets the scene for the film beautifully. Watch the video below:

Inis Mor

Banshees of Inisherin inis mor Banshees of Inisherin is the lastest film from acclaimed writer and director Martin Mcdonagh best known for the film 'In Bruges'. This great new comedy is set and filmed in Ireland making use of the beautiful scenery and acting talent Ireland have to offer. Read on to find out what the films about, who acts in it, and where Banshees of Inisherin was filmed.
Banshees of Inisherin – Inis Mor

Inis Mor, which translates from Irish to English as ‘big island’, is the largest of the Aran islands off the West Coast of Ireland. It is well known to local Irish people and tourists for its beautiful coastal views, historical religious sites, and monuments. Inis Mor serves as a museum of the religious and mythological history of Ireland, with Celtic and Christian markers which tell the tales of the land. You may also be aware of Inis Mor as it claims to be the ‘real Craggy Island’ from Father Ted. Each year they hold a ‘Father Ted’ festival colloquially known as Ted Fest.

This Island can be reached by ferry and is well worth the trip.

Inis Mor is well worth the visit for more than just its stunning scenery here are a few things you can do while visiting Inis Mor:

Experience the wildlife

Inis Mor has amazing sea birds to see and a seal colony that makes its home on the shore. You are sure to see some lovely wildlife on a walk.  

Learn a new craft

Local craftspeople offer lessons on crafts from knitting to needlepoint, and with the peaceful atmosphere of the island, it’s the perfect place to pick up a new hobby.

Enjoy local music

Inis Mor also has pubs and restaurants that offer live folk music in the evenings for fantastic entertainment.

Cycle or walk around the island

Bicycles can be hired from businesses on the island, which is mostly flat, meaning anyone can walk it. A walk or cycle around Inis Mor is the ideal way to see more of the beauty of the place.

Water activities such as Cliff Diving, Fishing, Sailing, and Surfing

Being an Island culture, there is lots to do on the water to keep yourself busy. Take the plunge for a bit of wild swimming or surf the waves. Then head home to get warm before enjoying some delicious seafood at a local pub.

Achill Island

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Banshees of Inisherin – Keem Bay, Achill Island

Achill Island is the largest of Ireland’s isles and is connected to the land via a bridge over Achill Sound which makes it easily reachable by car. Achill is filled with local charm, with small shops and pubs to the frequent and stunning natural beauty all around. When visiting Achill, you can participate in a range of activities in the water or on land to take advantage of all that Achill has to offer. Here are some of the activities you can take part in on a trip to Achill Island.

Banshees Of Inisherin filming location – Achill Island, Keem Bay 

Much of the film’s character reflection scenes were set on the beach of Keem Bay, located on Achill Island. This comes as no surprise as Keem Bay has been voted the best beach in Ireland on multiple occasions, and more recently, it was even voted as one of the best beaches in the world. 

The crystal blue waters of Keem Bay contrast beautifully against the backdrop of the surrounding green hills. The surrounding cliffs create a sheltered beach, making the perfect spot for swimming and water sports activities. Many visitors also use its crashing waves to surf across. 

If you’re visiting Ireland, Keem Bay in Achill Island is a must-see, not just for the nostalgia of the filming location but also for enjoying the beautiful coastal scenery that Ireland has to offer. 

The Banshees of Inisherin time period

The Banshees of Inishering is set in 1923, during the tail end of the Irish Civil War that lasted from June 28, 1922, to May 24, 1923. The Irish Civil War was an internal conflict between the people of Ireland, following their declaration of independence from British rule. 

What is the storyline of Banshees of Inisherin? 

Banshees of Inisherin centres around two protagonists who play lifelong friends, Pádraic Súilleabháin, played by Colin Farrell and his friend Colm Doherty, played by Brendan Gleeson. 

The story begins after Colm tells Pádraic, abruptly and surprisingly, that he no longer wants to be friends. Pádraic is taken aback by the news and left confused over what has caused his friend to make such a request, but Colm offers no such deep explanation as to why he has made this choice, he just simply states that he no longer likes him. 

Pádraic continues to pester Colm for an explanation, refusing to accept his mere and weak excuse that he just ‘no longer likes him’. After years of spending time together in the pub, on an almost daily occasion, Pádraic cannot fathom what has caused this split.

Pádraic enlists the help of his sister Siobhán, played by Kerry Condon, in order to find out the real reason why Colm has cut him off as a friend. Siobhán informs Pádraic that Colm has aspirations of becoming a great violinist and that his friendship with Pádraic is holding him back from achieving his dreams. Colm wants to make something of his life and not spend the rest of his days drinking at the local pub. 

THE BANSHEES OF INISHERIN | “Cinematography” FYC Featurette | Searchlight Pictures

Upon hearing this news, Pádraic still believes that he can reignite his friendship with Colm, although Colm is stubborn in his decision and has no want to rekindle the friendship. Colm threatens that if he continues to try and speak to him, he will cut one of his fingers from his left hand for every time he attempts to converse with him. 

Following a drunken argument, where Pádraic yells at Colm for the breakdown in their friendship and for ‘not being a nice guy’ Colm bites back, stating that “no one will ever be remembered for being nice the same way a great musician will be remembered for their work”. 

The next day, Pádraic attempts to apologise to Colm for their drunken dispute, but Colm wasn’t bluffing in his promise and to the audience’s dismay, he abruptly chops off his index fingers and launches it at Pádraic front door. 

Banshees of Inisherin ending explained.

Following his DIY amputation, Colm continues to perfect his masterpiece and learns to play the violin with only four fingers. Upon completion of his lifework, he excitedly tells Colm that he has finished his song, “The Banshees of Inisherin”. 

The two almost rekindle their friendship but before the bond can be recemented, Pádraic confesses that he has told one of Colm’s musician friends that his father was dying, tricking the friend into leaving the island due to his feelings of jealousy. A stubborn and unforgiving Colm chops his remaining digits off and again launches them at Pádraic’s front door. 

Unfortunately, Pádraic’s beloved donkey eats one of the fingers and ends up choking and dying. A grief-stricken Pádraic then threatens to burn Colm’s house down the next day, whether he is in it or not. Pádraic, now hellbent on revenge, also ignores his sister’s letter in which she offers him a better life on the mainland.

The next day Pádraic follows through on his promise and burns Colm’s house down. He also spots Colm sitting in the home when he ignites the match, but he does at least have the heart to lead Colm’s dog away and take the pet home with him. 

After burning Colm’s home to the ground, Pádraic finds Colm to be alive the next day. Colm apologises for inadvertently causing Pádraic’s donkey’s death and suggests that the two are now even. Pádraic responds by saying that they would only be even if Colm had been in the house when it burned down. 

From watching the movie, the subtle hints about the Irish Civil War are stitched together in the end scene where the Civil War is coming to an end as the fractious relationship between the two friends is also coming to a crescendo. It feels that the film ends with an uneasy peace, but a lot of damage has been done to both sides – in fact, there has been brutal losses on both sides.

Reading social media comments and reviews, it is clear that the damaged relationship between two good friends has struck a chord with many. It is clear friendships come and go through our lifetime; some have been encouraged to reach out to an old friend after watching the movie. Many take different meanings from watching the movie. It will be interesting to see what you think at the end.

The Banshees of Inisherin Extended Preview – The Meaning of The Banshees of Inisherin

What was the meaning of The Banshees of Inisherin?

At the tell end of the film, we are given a hint as to the metaphor of this tale. Colm remarks that the Irish Civil War is coming to an end, to which Pádraic replies they will be fighting again soon and that “some things there’s no moving on from.” As Pádraic walks away, Colm thanks him for looking after his dog, they now appear to be civil and on a somewhat ice-thin friendship. 

The film is thought to be a metaphor for the Irish Civil War. The turbulent breakup of a friendship encapsulates both sides of the Irish civil dispute, representing opposing forces in the country who ultimately destroyed themselves in the process of fighting and war. The film represents this in the character of Colm, who no longer has fingers to play the fiddle with and Pádraic lost out on his opportunity for a better life – an experience shared by many Irish civilians who were caught up in the civil unrest. 

Perhaps the unpredicted and somewhat pointless cause of their spilt is also representing the pointless fight in the Irish Civil War, no one came out victorious, but both sides suffered as a consequence. It appears that Martin McDonagh has taken the saying, “you would cut your nose off to spite your face” and turned that into a truly remarkable and unique depiction of Irish history. 

Other meanings or themes can be pulled from this film –

  • Death
  • Legacy
  • Friendship
  • Relationships
  • Breakups
  • Civil War
  • Irish History – the Partition of Ireland – and where we say it is over – but the grudge continues
  • Emigration – Siobhan leaving the island for the Irish mainland
  • Irish Folklore – Banshee

When can you see Banshees of Inisherin?

Colin Farrell in the film THE BANSHEES OF INISHERIN. Photo by Jonathan Hession. Courtesy of Searchlight Pictures. © 2022 20th Century Studios All Rights Reserved.
Colin Farrell in the film THE BANSHEES OF INISHERIN. Photo by Jonathan Hession. Courtesy of Searchlight Pictures. © 2022 20th Century Studios All Rights Reserved.

The UK and Ireland release date for Banshees of Inisherin was 21st of October 2022.

Depending on your region, you can stream The Banshees of Inisherin on HBO Max or Disney+ from December 2022.

The Banshees of Inisherin shows the amazing beauty of the Wild Atlantic Way and the isles of Ireland, as well as the small-town culture of Ireland. Head out to see this great new film from Martin McDonagh, and maybe it will inspire your next trip to Ireland.

Just in case you were wondering, the Banshee ghost does not appear in this film in a literal sense. You can, however, read the tale of this lone Irish fairy in our banshee article, which explores the truth behind Irish mythology’s most tragic and misunderstood figures. It may help you to understand some symbolic themes in the film!

It does feel when watching the movie – the Banshee is represented by the old woman called Mrs McCormack. She is seen when there is deaths in the movie, Mrs McCormack predicts two deaths and she features in the final scene with the two main characters. Banshee’s are normally seen as ghosts, but Mrs McCormack appears in the flesh in the movie. The debate will continue!

Watching the movie reminded us of WB Yeats’s quote from his poem September 1913 “Romantic Ireland’s dead and gone, It’s with O’Leary in the grave.” Something this film does as well – it shows Ireland’s romantic landscape and love of the land and its people, while at the same time dealing with some troubling topics from the Civil War to broken friendships and family lives.

Want to learn more about the Wild Atlantic Way or Achill and why you should visit, check out our articles by clicking the link to find out more.

The Banshees of Inisherin – Cast

Some FAQs about The Banshees of Inisherin:

Where was the Banshees of Inisherin filmed?

Inishmore and Achill Island in Ireland were used as the locations for the fictional location of Inisherin, from the movie The Banshees of Inisherin. The cottages were located in a local town called Gort Na gCapall in Inishmore.

Other sites used on Achill Island include Cloughmore, Purteen Habour, Keem Bay, Corrymore Lake and St. Thom’s Church in Dugort. The islands are in County Mayo – part of the Wild Atlantic Way.

Cast of the Banshees of Inisherin

  • Colin Farrell … Pádraic Súilleabháin
  • Brendan Gleeson … Colm Doherty
  • Kerry Condon … Siobhán Súilleabháin
  • Pat Shortt … Jonjo Devine
  • Gary Lydon … Peadar Kearney (Garda)
  • Jon Kenny … Gerry
  • Bríd Ní Neachtain …. Mrs. Reardon
  • David Pearse ….. The Priest
  • Shelia Flitton …. Mrs. McCormick (The Banshee)
  • Aaron Monaghan….Declan
  • Barry Keoghan … Dominic Kearney

Inisherin IslandWhere is Inisherin Island?

Inisherin Island is actually a combination of Inis Mor and Achill Islands in County Mayo, Ireland. It is part of the Wild Atlantic Way. The location is made up of spectacular rugged scenery from the West of Ireland.

The Banshees of Inisherin Awards

  • Volpi Cup for Best Actor – 2022 – Colin Farrell
  • New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actor – 2022 – Colin Farrell
  • New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Screenplay – 2022 – Martin McDonagh
  • Best Screenplay Award – 2022 – Martin McDonagh
  • 43rd annual London Critics’ Circle Film Awards – 9 nominations ( Film of the Year, British/Irish Film of the Year, Director of the Year, Actor of the Year, Supporting Actress of the Year, British/Irish Actor of the Year, Supporting Actor of the Year, Screenwriter of the Year, Director of the Year.
  • AFI Special Award – 2023
  • Golden Globes 2023 – Nominees including (Best Director – Motion Picture – Martin McDonagh, Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy, Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in Any Motion Picture – Brendan Gleeson, Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in Any Motion Picture – Barry Keoghan, Best Original Score – Motion Picture – Carter Burwell, Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy – Colin Farrell, Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in Any Motion Picture – Kerry Condon, Best Screenplay – Motion Picture – Martin McDonagh )
  • AACTA International Awards 2023 – Nominees including (AACTA International Award Best Film, Best Direction – Martin McDonagh, Best Screenplay – Martin McDonagh, Best Lead Actor – Colin Farrell, Best Supporting Actor – Brendan Gleeson, Best Supporting Actress – Kerry Condon)
The Banshees of Inisherin Cinema Awards Banshees of Inisherin is the lastest film from acclaimed writer and director Martin Mcdonagh best known for the film 'In Bruges'. This great new comedy is set and filmed in Ireland making use of the beautiful scenery and acting talent Ireland have to offer. Read on to find out what the films about, who acts in it, and where Banshees of Inisherin was filmed.
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Banshees of Inisherin leads Golden Globe nominations

What year is Banshees of Inisherin set in?

The Banshee of Inisherin is set in 1923; The Irish Civil War is referred to multiple times – which ran from 28th June 1922 to 24th May 1923. There is also a calendar showing 1923 in the movie.

Is The Banshees of Inisherin a sequel to in Bruges?

While the same genre, cast and director as In Bruges – The Banshees of Inisherin is not a sequel to the 2008 movie In Bruges.

How many fingers does Colm cut off?

Colm initially cut off 1 finger and then later cut off the rest of his fingers on one hand – throwing them all at his friend Padraic’s cottage.

Inisherin meaning?

Inisherin is a made-up location on the West coast of Ireland, but the film The Banshee of Inisherin is a tale of friendship and death.

Where is Inisherin in Ireland?

We have been asked this! It is a made-up location but filmed in a combination of Inis Mor and Achill Islands in County Mayo, Ireland. It is part of the incredible Wild Atlantic Way.

What animal is a Banshee?

A Banshee is a female spirit which is seen as an omen of death and cries or wails before the death of a local person. Historically they were heard before the death of a famous Irish person.

The Banshees of Inisherin Reviews

The reviews for The Banshees of Inisherin have been positive to date in general. People enjoyed the excellent acting and, of course, the Irish Scenery. The movie’s slow pace may be a good fit for a Christmas release. The themes of friendship and civil war are topical at any time.

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10 best lines from “The Banshees of Inisherin” Movie

The Banshees of Inisherin Best Movie Quotes:

Have you been Rowing?

Have ye been rowing?

We haven’t been rowin’.

I don’t think we’ve been rowin’.

Have we been rowin’?

Why wouldn’t he answer the door to me?

Maybe he just doesn’t like you no more.

The Banshee of Inisherin, Movie Quote © 20TH CENTURY STUDIOS.

I just don’t like you no more:

Now I’m sittin’ here next to you, and if you’re goin’ back inside, I’m followin’ you inside, and if you’re goin’ home, I’m followin’ you there, too.

Now, if I’ve done somethin’ to ya, just tell me what I’ve done to ya.

And if I’ve said somethin’ to ya, maybe I said somethin’ when I was drunk, and I’ve forgotten it, but I don’t think I said somethin’ when I was drunk, and I’ve forgotten it.

But if I did, then tell me what it was, and I’ll say sorry for that too, Colm.

(FALTERS) With all me heart, I’ll say sorry.

Just stop running away from me like some fool of a moody schoolchild.

But you didn’t say anything to me.

And you didn’t do anything to me.

That’s what I was thinking, like.

I just don’t like you no more.

You do like me.

I don’t.

But you liked me yesterday.

Oh, did I, yeah?

I thought you did.

The Banshee of Inisherin, Movie Quote © 20TH CENTURY STUDIOS.

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