Plymouth Arts Cinema is an independent cinema based at Plymouth College of Art. It screens new independent cinema from all around the world, classic films, along with festivals, special events, and Open Air Cinema. Plymouth Arts Centre was a centre for contemporary art, independent cinema and creative learning based in the Barbican area of Plymouth, UK. It was first opened in 1947 with funding from the newly formed Arts Council of Great Britain. It was located in a Grade II listed town house in Looe Street, and included space for exhibitions, a cinema, artist studios, a café and a bar. Beryl Cook had her first exhibition here, and many other artists held exhibitions here early in their careers. In 2018, Plymouth Arts Centre closed. The organisation moved to a new location at Plymouth College of Art and continues to exist as an independent cinema, named Plymouth Arts Cinema. More information...

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