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Plymouth Arts Cinema

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Jannerbloke wrote a review Sep 2019
Devon, United Kingdom10,441 contributions6,315 helpful votes
Never warmed to the summer schedule of outdoor screenings, despite the notion that Tinside and RWY are somehow unrivalled settings. Also had slight misgivings about the Art College venue but we have now been three times and it was OK if a little precious and significantly more expensive than elsewhere. The cafe set up is now operating and you can have your food before or after the first screening and before the second. You can but don’t have to preorder because you can just go to the counter. The food is on the good side of middling and if you are hungry but don’t fancy the choice there are a couple of very good takeaways -Thai box etc within 2 minutes walk. And afterwards it’s worth noting that the eccentric back street pub in Gibbon Lane has just reopened. We’re pleased that the Arts Cinema has resurrected and the regular emails are upbeat as well giving a useful insight into current film offerings as well as the occasional classic art house stuff but for us it’s a often a case of whether we want the upheaval of coming down into town, streaming into our home or getting hold of a blue ray from the excellent BFI shop. I would recommend the Arts Cinema if you are marooned in Plymouth alone perhaps through work, as a couple maybe for a romantic but stimulating evening or perhaps as a group of friends outing followed by a couple of jars.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Gerry P wrote a review Mar 2019
Tavistock, United Kingdom196 contributions68 helpful votes
A little nostalgia for the old venue is inevitable, but the Arts Centre cinema continues to offer a great selection of films, with increased seating, better & more convenient loos & the same friendly helpful staff. Sharing premises with the College of Art & Design seems to have caused a few timetabling issues. E.g. Weds 6th March " Can you forgive me?" Was rescheduled from 5.45 to 6.30 & actually started later than this. For folk relying on public transport this is a significant delay. Also an advertised Saturday matinee showing of The Aftermath was cancelled. Hopefully these are teething problems which can soon be resolved.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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10ruthieg wrote a review Feb 2019
Plymouth, United Kingdom67 contributions15 helpful votes
Lovely and cosy, very civilised the way you can take your glass of wine and coffee into the auditorium. A lovely atmosphere, I hope the theatre does well.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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Jannerbloke wrote a review Dec 2018
Devon, United Kingdom10,441 contributions6,315 helpful votes
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More details please! Couldn’t find enough information on the website or other links as to the practical details of the move, the new offerings and what if anything will remain. Having been a loyal supporter for roughly half a century it would be good to know a bit more.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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Sandy W wrote a review Nov 2018
Plymouth, United Kingdom21 contributions5 helpful votes
A small arts centre with lots of corners and turns. Cinema great! The gift shop is very nice with a small selection to buy. Service is very good. No good if you are disabled.
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Date of experience: December 2017
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