What is now The Belmont Filmhouse was built in 1896 as a Trades Hall. The first film was shown on the premises in 1898. It closed in 1953 and the building was converted into a warehouse. It finally reopened as The Belmont Picturehouse in September 2000 after a major refurbishment by Aberdeen City Council with assistance from the National Lottery and Scottish Screen.
Reinventing the notion of the Cinema as a shared social space for the people within the local community and providing a greater choice of programs for the people of Bristol.
Chapter is one of Europe's largest and most dynamic arts centres with cinemas, theatres, exhibition spaces, studios, café, award-winning bars, over 60 cultural workspaces and more!
Mitre Lecture Theatre University of Chichester, Bishop Otter Campus, College Lane, Chichester. PO19 6PE
Exeter Phoenix Digital is a dedicated production, access and training resource for all forms of digital media. We programme specialist courses and workshops, and work with partner organisations and individuals on creative projects.
Thorough restoration of the Bishop’s Palace has brought back some of its former Victorian glory and outside, a new entrance and landscaped grounds means Eden Court ‘faces’ the city centre allowing visitors to finally enjoy the riverside setting.
The Carriageworks is a forward-thinking venue that nurtures theatre-makers and develops the audience for live performance in Leeds and Yorkshire.
Whirled Cinema is an Independent Members Cinema situated in an exclusive venue close to Brixton and Herne Hill, screening the best of current art house and independent films Wednesday - Sunday.
This nine screen cinema has played host to several premieres over the years including Hancock, The Polar Express and Twilight. The cinema also benefits from a 3D screen, where you can see the latest 3D films come to life.
The Genesis cinema, 93-95 Mile End Road, London E1 stands on a site used for entertainment purposes for over 150 years.
The Ultimate Picture Palace is a privately owned independent cinema showing a mix of independent, art house, mainstream and classic films.
Lighthouse, Poole’s Centre for the Arts started life as a big ambition to inject culture into the Poole community. 32 years later our big ambitions are still going strong. And we’re just getting started.
Vue Reading is situated within the Oracle Retail Centre. There are 11 state-of-the-art screens that can seat 1,840 people and full disabled access is available throughout the cinema. In addition, subtitled and audio descriptions are available for selected films.
macrobert offers a huge variety of activities for all ages in the heart of the University of Stirling Campus ranging from live performances, movies, an arts based crèche, workshops, exhibitions, birthday parties, a fully licensed café, bar and restaurant to one of Scotland’s top pantomime offerings for the festive season. The very best in live entertainment combined with an excellent choice of movies sits alongside some of the most exciting programming for children and young people in Scotland; all presented in a relaxing family friendly venue with facilities second to none.
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