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Jacques Audiard’s (A Prophet, Rust and Bone) English language debut, is a subtle and darkly funny Western about the adventures of two brothers sent to kill a prospector accused of stealing from a crime boss. Darkly witty and delightfully offbeat,
Runners in the West Country will have their first chance to see this award-winning documentary when it screens at the Plymouth Arts Cinema on May 16 just three days before thousands of people take to the streets for the Plymouth Half Marathon.
Emergency doctor Rieke is on holiday, attempting to fulfil a long-held dream by sailing alone from Gibraltar to Ascension Island in the Atlantic. Her trip drastically changes course when she encounters a damaged boat overloaded with desperate refugee...
Film & Event: join us for a celebration of Wild Swimming. A sea swim from Plymouth Hoe in the morning, followed by a matinee screening of feature documentary The Ponds and a selection of short films.
Charles Cross Transport Improvement Scheme
Road works to the Charles Cross roundabout are starting in February 2019, involving some road, lane and bus stop closures.
We encourage you to factor in possible delays when you plan your journey to Plymouth Arts Cinema.
Works are expected to have finished by winter 2019.
Click here for more information and regular updates.
Great news for Friends: No more online booking fees!
We have waived the £1.50 online booking fee for our Friends, as a thank you for supporting Plymouth Arts Centre. This applies to all current and new Friends.
If you would like to receive this and other exclusive benefits, such as ticket discounts and priority booking, please click the link below or ask about the Friends scheme at the Box Office.
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F-Rated Special Offer!
Get a discount (each ticket for £7) when you book a ticket for 3 or more different F-Rated films in the programme at the same time.