As we are sure you are aware, the national lockdown announced on January 4th means that we are unable to re-open the cinema as planned. This is obviously disappointing for all of us, staff, … Continue Reading
Sadly, and in accordance with the new lockdown rules, Plymouth Arts Cinema will be closed from Thursday 5 November. Screenings of White Riot and Miss Juneteenth on the 3rd and 4th November are going ahead as planned.
We very much hope to reopen again in December and will update … Continue Reading
Plymouth Arts Cinema has released its plans to reopen on Saturday 26th September, following months of closure due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
While cinemas in England have been allowed to open since July 4th, the majority of independent cinemas are planning September opening. The summer months are traditionally quiet for independent … Continue Reading
This week the government has announced that in England, cinemas can open from July 4th (subject to safeguards). Here at Plymouth Arts Cinema we will be opening in September. We want to let you know what PAC’s plans are and why we will not be reopening immediately…. Continue Reading
Plymouth Arts Cinema has been awarded £15,000 emergency funding to help the organization to survive the ongoing venue shutdown due to COVID-19, thanks to National Lottery funding through the BFI Audience Network (FAN) COVID-19 Resilience Fund.
The BFI Film Audience Network (FAN) has allocated emergency funding to independent exhibitors across the … Continue Reading
In light of the current guidelines and rapidly evolving situation we have taken the decision to cancel all of our March/April screenings. It isn’t a decision we have taken lightly but we know you will understand our position and our first priority is the safety of … Continue Reading
Temporarily ClosedIn accordance with the national lockdown, Plymouth Arts Cinema is currently closed. We very much hope to reopen again soon and will update you when we can.
Thank you for your understanding. We hope you all stay safe and well.