Past Events

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Wonka (PG)

Saturday 6th April 2024 - Thursday 11th April 2024

Based on the extraordinary character at the centre of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Wonka is an intoxicating mix of magic and music, mayhem and emotion.

COPA 71 (PG)

Friday 5th April 2024 - Wednesday 10th April 2024

Told by the pioneering women who participated in it and built from archives unseen for fifty years, this is the extraordinary story of the 1971 Women’s Football World Cup.

Wonka Family Workshop: Fabric Sweet Garlands

Wednesday 10th April 2024

Join us for a relaxed creative workshop before we watch Wonka! We will make sweets out of fabric scraps and string them together into colourful garlands that you can take home.

Dune: Part Two (12A)

Friday 29th March 2024 - Wednesday 3rd April 2024

A star-studded ensemble brings to life Denis Villeneuve’s toweringly ambitious blockbuster vision .


Saturday 30th March 2024

Everyone is welcome to Relaxed screenings, but we have made them especially suitable to those with Dementia, Autism, and anyone who finds standard screenings overwhelming.

The Boy and the Heron (12A) + short film with Jeremiah’s Journey

Saturday 16th March 2024

We are delighted to present this special screening of The Boy and the Heron in partnership with Plymouth bereavement charity, Jeremiah’s Journey.

Upcoming Events

Thank you so much to everybody who donated to our Crowdfunder campaign!

We’ll be in touch with donors by email before the end of January with details about rewards.

We exceeded our target of £10,000 to raise £11,745, and were blown away by all the kind comments of love and support.

Thanks to Plymouth City Council who donated £5000 to the campaign from the City Change Fund.

Big thanks to the our brilliant suppliers and cultural partners across Plymouth who donated rewards: Salcombe Dairy, Summerskills Brewery, Canton Tea, Tolchards, Ocean Studios, Plymouth Gin.

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