Plymouth Arts Cinema

Plymouth Arts Cinema to reopen as part of Plymouth Art Weekender with ‘This Is Us,’ a new manifesto for independent cinema

Authored by Mary

Plymouth Arts Cinema is set to welcome its audience back to the big screen from Saturday 26th September.

The opening weekend is part of the annual citywide art festival, Plymouth Art Weekender, following months of closure due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

The date marks the opening of many of Plymouth’s cultural venues.

As the leading independent cinema in the city,...

Plymouth Arts Centre

Plymouth Arts Cinema sets date for reopening

Authored by Mary

Plymouth Arts Cinema has released its plans to reopen on Saturday 26th September, following months of closure due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

While cinemas in England have been allowed to open since July 4th, the majority of independent cinemas are planning September opening. The summer months are traditionally quiet for independent cinema, and film availability has been impacted by...

Plymouth Arts Cinema looks to the future with a BFI Audience Award

Authored by News Desk

Plymouth Arts Cinema is celebrating a new film culture for Plymouth following a £35,000 BFI Audience Award using funds from the National Lottery.

The award will support the delivery of Plymouth Arts Cinema’s film programme and marketing costs to enable to the cinema to further engage with young audiences across the city and surrounding areas, and to consolidate its position as an...

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