Plymouth Arts Cinema is temporarily closed due to the Coronavirus Outbreak in the UK.
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The cinema is closed at the moment due to the Coronavirus situation in the UK. For the full statement and updates please click here. We thank you for your support during this difficult time and wish all the best to our audience.
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 such as You Only Live Once, Family Affairs and Random Acts featuring a diverse set of genres, the PFF audience … Continue Reading
Ben Cherry reviews Hidden Figures, showing in our cinema until Thursday 13 April.
The Best Picture Oscar nominations this year were a decidedly more diverse selection of films than last year’s Oscar race. As a result of the ‘Oscars So White’ controversy the Academy included films that told stories from … Continue Reading
With awards season now in full swing, here are our writer Helen Tope’s hopes and predictions for the 2016 BAFTA Awards. The winners will be announced on Sunday 14 February 2016. Watch the ceremony on BBC One that evening.
The Big Short / Bridge of Spies / Carol / The Revenant / Spotlight
The Lobster is playing at Plymouth Arts Centre until 19 November.
“Which animal would you like to be turned into should you not manage to find a partner?” is definitely not a question I could have come up with on my own but it elicited a very revealing and … Continue Reading