Our building is closed for the summer, as we go on tour for our Open Air Cinema events. Booking is currently online only. All tickets purchased online for Open Air Cinema can be collected at the events, or printed at home. If you have issues with booking online, please call the Box Office on 01752 206114 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Our Looe Street cinema will reopen at the beginning of October. The new programme will go on sale mid-September. We look forward to seeing you again soon.
We are pleased to introduce a special offer for film lovers! If you already qualify for other discounts, the best price will automatically apply when you get to the checkout.
F-Rated Films Special Offer
Get a discount (each ticket for £7) when you book a ticket for 3 or more different F-Rated films at the same time.
The F-Rating is awarded to films
1. directed by a woman and/or
2. written by a woman
If the film also features significant women on screen in their own right it is TRIPLE F-Rated
The rating is designed to support and promote women and redress the imbalance in the film industry
We have adopted the F-Rating system in our programme because we are committed to all aspects of inclusion both in front of the screen and behind the camera. We aim to support and promote women and redress the imbalance in the film industry. Find out more about it in a blog post by Anna Navas, our Film Programmer, here or visit the F-Rating website.
Audience Feedback on the F-Rating
“Plymouth Arts Centre and it’s new ‘F’ ratings have inspired me to recently watch Prevenge, Certain Women, Aquarius, The Beguiled and the outstanding Wonder Woman. It’s been wonderful and life-changing to see movies with women at the front and centre, driving the narrative.” Kirsten Danks
“I’d like to say congratulations and many thanks on introducing the F-Rating to your films. Anything that raises awareness of this imbalance and how we can make a difference is positive, and it’s good to see it being well used in Plymouth cinema. ” Tom Arnold