Tuesday, Thursday and Friday: 5-8.30pm
Closed Monday and Sunday
Plymouth Arts Cinema
Arts University Plymouth
A joyful comedy bubbling with hope, Scrapper is the incredible debut feature from Charlotte Regan. "A masterclass in playful, imaginative storytelling" - We Love Cinema
This story takes us on a tumultuous journey from the height of T. Rex mania in 1970s Liverpool to the present-day poignancy of what would have been Marc Bolan’s 75th birthday.
In this funny, relatable portrait, a concerned yet ineffectual dad finds the first step is letting those unbearable feelings of climate anxiety in, instead of pushing them aside.
Featuring outstanding performances, Winocour’s new film is a powerful story of hope, humanity and compassion.
It's a beautiful, aching story about love, connections, memories of past lives and questions about the life not lived. "Might be 2023’s best movie" - The Guardian
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.
Sociable screening for parents, grandparents and carers of babies under 12 months. Tickets £4. "Might be 2023’s best movie" - The Guardian
Celebrated filmmaker Ira Sachs makes a breathtaking return with Passages, a fresh, honest and brutally funny take on messy, modern relationships. Stars Ben Whishaw.
The Old Oak is a special place. Not only is it the last pub standing, but it is also the only remaining public space where people can meet in a once thriving mining community. Directed by Ken Loach.
Tinged with deadpan humour, this sensitive immigrant tale packs a breakout performance by real-life refugee Anaita Wali Zada, joined by a perpetually off-kilter Gregg Turkington