Film Festival (Event Attribute)
We're very excited to welcome the Rebel Film Festival, formerly the Plymouth Film Festival, back for its fifth year. Expect the usual phenomenal selection of high quality films, parties and people, plus look out for some surprises to celebrate an imp...
Sometimes you can pinpoint an exact moment when a choice you made set you on an unstoppable course. Sometimes it’s just a series of escalating decisions, or a chance encounter. Either way, a ringing phone just has to be answered right?
The Silent Child centers around a profoundly deaf four year old girl named Libby who is born into a middle class family and lives in a world of silence until a caring social worker teaches her the gift of communication.
When 850 000 bitcoins (half a billion dollars) disappear from Mt. Gox in Tokyo, it's unconventional CEO, Mark Karpelès, is arrested. After a year, he's finally released for lack of evidence. Mark Karpelès is now free and breaks his silence.
Just because you’re related to someone, doesn’t mean they are always going to have your best interest at heart. These family ties are ones our protagonists would be better off without, but that doesn’t guarantee a happy ending.
25 and Under cinema tickets £4
We’re investing in the filmmakers of the future! We want to make it affordable for young people to see the best new and independent releases, and for families to be able to take a trip to our cinema.
The price applies to any film in our regular programme. Please bring ID, and check the age rating of the film before you book.
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.
Bretonside Road Closure
The road and pavement around the former Bretonside coach station is currently closed to traffic and pedestrians until May 2019 as the new development takes place. The two short term carparks on the road are also closed.
The main route to the Barbican via Vauxhall Street will not be affected.
If these closures affect your visit to Plymouth Arts Centre please let us know.