Winner at Cannes, this irresistibly charming film is a funny and forlorn sports biopic inspired by the real-life 1962 showdown between Finnish boxer Olli Mäki and American champion Davey Moore.
We're very excited to welcome the Plymouth Film Festival back for its 4th year. An awesome line up of world class short films and exclusive features with Q&As is topped off by the opportunity to mingle with the filmmakers themselves in a series of in...
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.
Changes to parking charges on Looe Street
Please note that from April 1st 2017, an overnight charge of £2 applies for pay and display parking on Looe Street between 6pm and 8am. This is part of Plymouth City Council's citywide overhaul of parking charges. We understand that this makes it difficult to park on Looe Street for an early film (it affects staff and volunteers working at the early evening screening too).
The machines will take overpayment, for example, if you arrive for an early film at 5.30pm, you can purchase a 30 minute ticket to cover the period before the evening charge of £2.00. Therefore if you put in a total of £2.75 this would produce a ticket that is valid until 8am the following day.
We have considered moving our early evening screening to after 6pm, but this would push the later film back, making public transport difficult for many people.
We are in discussions with Plymouth City Council about whether there is anything they can do to help with this matter. If the new charges are affecting your visits to Plymouth Arts Centre we encourage you to email the council at firstname.lastname@example.org to make them aware of this - as a local independent business and a charity your support is very important to us.
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.
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- “Môr Plastig addresses the state of pollution on our beaches and what we might be leaving for future generations” 17th May 2017
- Live Theatre Review: Obsession 13th May 2017