Film Review: My Cousin Rachel ‘When in doubt, head for Du Maurier’
Tuesday 18th July 2017
When in doubt, head for Du Maurier. That must surely be on the mind of anyone looking to cut their teeth with some serious filmmaking chops, as Daphne’s …
Barry Norman: The Face of Film On TV
Tuesday 11th July 2017
Barry Norman was the most popular and best recognised film reviewer on British TV for more than two decades. Here’s regular reviewer Nigel Watson’s tribute to him.
It all began when the …
Film Review: Cezanne and I tells the story of one of art’s most famous friendships
Tuesday 4th July 2017
Helen Tope reviews Cezanne and I. It’s showing in the cinema until 6 July.
Cezanne and I tells the story of one of art’s most famous friendships. Meeting during their …
Lend us a hand and get free cinema tickets!
Friday 30th June 2017
Help us to spread the word about Plymouth Arts Centre and we’ll give you a pair of tickets to see a film in our cinema this July as a thank …
Plymouth Arts Centre NPO Funding Statement (updated 11/7/17)
Tuesday 27th June 2017
Update: 11 July 2017
Following the outcome of the Arts Council England’s National Portfolio funding round, Plymouth Arts Centre Board of Trustees and Senior Management Team are now focusing on …
Film Review: Manhattan, “Woody Allen’s love letter to the city”
Wednesday 21st June 2017
Regular contributor Nigel Watson reviews Woody Allen’s classic film Manhattan, ahead of it’s screening at Plymouth Arts Centre from Friday 23 – Thursday 29 June. Tickets are available to …
Film Review: Mad to be Normal, “David Tennant perfectly captures the charisma and frustrations of Laing”
Wednesday 14th June 2017
Nigel Watson reviews Mad To Be Normal, starring David Tennant. Screening until Thursday 15 June, tickets are available on our website.
Robert Mullan’s film focuses on R. D. …
We’re celebrating Volunteers Week!
Wednesday 7th June 2017
Over 21 million people volunteer in the UK at least once a year, and this contributes an estimated £23.9bn to the UK economy. Behind these big numbers is a big …
Plymouth Film Festival Reviewed
Wednesday 7th June 2017
The Fourth annual Plymouth Film Festival was hosted at Plymouth Arts Centre on May 27-28 2017, showcasing a collection of world-class short films and features. With a range of categories …
Film Review: Heal The Living
Saturday 3rd June 2017
Heal the Living is showing in our cinema until Thursday 8 June. Ieuan Jones has reviewed it for us.
Tragedy strikes at the beginning of Katell Quillévéré’s …
Film Review: The Handmaiden “obedience and rebellion; sound and silence; sensuality and perversion”
Monday 22nd May 2017
Regular contributor Helen Tope has reviewed Chan-Wook Park’s film The Handmaiden which is currently showing in the PAC cinema until Thursday 25 May. Limited tickets remain for this weeks …