Film Review: Johnny Guitar

Wednesday 27th July 2016

A Review of restored classic Johnny Guitar, from Ieuan Jones. 

Johnny Guitar is screening at Plymouth Arts Centre 27th – 30th July.


The recent, … Continue Reading

BLOG: The Jawsome World of Sharks!

Wednesday 20th July 2016

This July, the National Marine Aquarium is hosting an exciting new educational exhibit about the world of Sharks and Rays! This new exhibit is … Continue Reading

BLOG: Internship at Plymouth Arts Centre

Wednesday 20th July 2016


By Susan Hamston


Having been involved in the practical and creative side of making art, I was lacking an … Continue Reading

The Making of Jaws and Life of Pi

Tuesday 19th July 2016

This year’s Open Air Cinema begins with two films showing at Tinside Lido on the weekend of the 22 July, Jaws and Life of Pi. These two stories that are ultimately … Continue Reading

Review: Kenneth Branagh’s Romeo and Juliet Live

Wednesday 13th July 2016

Information on future screenings can be found on our website

Kenneth Branagh’s Romeo and Juliet – Plymouth … Continue Reading

Film Review: Florence Foster Jenkins

Wednesday 13th July 2016

Florence Foster Jenkins is screening from 8th – 14th July 

For the second time this year, ‘legendary’ opera singer and socialite Florence Foster Jenkins’ life is the subject of a major … Continue Reading

Film Review: Departure

Wednesday 6th July 2016

Departure is screening from 1st – 7th July

Departure (directed by Andrew Steggall) is at times intense, at times understated, but always a pleasure … Continue Reading

Film Review: Midnight Special

Wednesday 29th June 2016


A Review from Nigel Watson

Midnight Special is in the Plymouth Arts Centre cinema from the 24th – 30th June.


A boy sits … Continue Reading

Film Review: Our Kind Of Traitor

Wednesday 22nd June 2016


A Review of Our Kind of Traitor by Nigel Watson.

Our Kind Of Traitor is screening from 18th – 30th June at … Continue Reading

Film Review: Son of Saul

Tuesday 7th June 2016

The winner of this year’s Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film, ‘Son of Saul’ tells the story of Saul Auslander, a Hungarian Jew working at Auschwitz as a Sonderkommando.

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