Art Review: Ciara Phillips, Systems For Saying It

Tuesday 10th October 2017

Ciara Phillips: Systems For Saying It, a review from Jessica Wright

Arguably the most provocative, captivating work of the weekend, Ciara Phillips’ Systems For Saying … Continue Reading

Film Review: An Inconvenient Sequel “Profits before people is a depressingly familiar story”

Tuesday 10th October 2017

Helen Tope reviews An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power, screening here at Plymouth Arts Centre on Friday 20 and Saturday 21 October. Tickets are available to purchase on our … Continue Reading

Film Review: One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, ‘a film that has stood the test of time’

Tuesday 10th October 2017

This year marks 25 years since the World Federation of Mental Health recognised the 10th of October as World Mental Health Day. It’s aim is to raise awareness, to … Continue Reading

In Pictures: Open Air Cinema 2017

Wednesday 4th October 2017

Our Open Air Cinema programme for 2017 is over, but we’ve got these fantastic snaps from photographer Dom Moore of our screenings at Tinside Lido and … Continue Reading

Film Review: God’s Own Country ‘We are shown a trapped Magpie flitting about in a cage; like Johnny, it is unable to escape its predicament’

Wednesday 4th October 2017

Monika Mourer reviews God’s Own Country, a film lauded as the Yorkshire Moors’ answer to Brokeback Mountain. Showing in the cinema from Friday 6 – Thursday 12 October, tickets … Continue Reading

Film Review: A Ghost Story ‘makes you think, and stays with you for days’

Tuesday 3rd October 2017

With Halloween at the end of the month, October is the perfect time of the year to watch horror films and ghost stories. Ben Cherry reviews A Ghost Story, showing … Continue Reading

Film Review: Maudie ‘Maudie reminds us that to create art, barriers must first be breached’

Monday 2nd October 2017

With colourful and sophisticated story-telling, Maudie is the story of folk artist Maud Lewis. It is showing in our cinema until Wednesday 4th Oct. Helen Tope reviews.

An … Continue Reading

NT Live Review: Yerma ‘a searing tale of a marriage blown apart by the need, and failure, to have a child.’

Wednesday 27th September 2017

Helen Tope reviews the NT Live screening of Yerma, as part of our live theatre programme.

Our next live theatre screening is Hamlet starring Benedict Cumberbatch, which has now … Continue Reading

Plymouth Art Weekender – Our Tips!

Friday 22nd September 2017

The Plymouth Art Weekender is upon us! This fantastic annual event brings together artists, makers, creatives and the general public in a celebration of the city and the talent … Continue Reading

Return of the PAC – Looe Street Detectives

Wednesday 20th September 2017

Hannah Pollard invites you to join the Looe Street Detectives…

Plymouth Arts Centre is celebrating it’s 70th anniversary – cheers to you! It is now, … Continue Reading

Scribe: A Modern Thriller With A Retro Sensibility

Tuesday 19th September 2017

The film tells the story of Duval, a former insurance clerk, whose life has been brought to near-ruin by his addiction to alcohol. We meet him, one year sober, and … Continue Reading

In Residency: a Q&A with artist AJ Stockwell

Wednesday 13th September 2017

Whilst in residence here at Plymouth Arts Cent​re, artist AJ Stockwell has been continuing her research into the fictional society of ‘White Rock’, a utopian society fixated on the … Continue Reading

Reviewed here by Helen Tope, Lizzie is showing in our cinema until Thursday 21 ...
Reviewed here by Helen Tope, Colette is showing in our cinema until Thursday ...