Events

North West Labour Film Festival

The Plaza Community Cinema is to be a host of the inaugural North West Labour Film Festival: Cinema Celebrating Working People The aim of the festival is to offer stimulating films from around the globe that reflect the lives and work of ordinary people. ‘Film is a great way to… → continue reading

Free Summer holiday creative project | Peer Pressure

The Plaza has an exciting Summer holiday project for people aged between 13-19 to get involved in, in August. Plaza Arts in partnership with Cottonfield Films is starting a new film project later this month – 15th to 25th August themed on peer pressure and relationships. Aimed at young people aged… → continue reading

Dementia Awareness at the Plaza‏

During National Dementia Awareness Week (16th – 20th May) the Plaza Community Cinema teamed up with the Sefton branch of the Alzheimer’s Society to ensure that staff and volunteers were aware of the condition. There are currently 850, 000 people living with dementia in the UK. Government research suggests that up to… → continue reading

Free Screening | The Happy Lands

The Plaza is proud to be showing a special screening of The Happy Lands to remember The General Strike of 1926. 90 years on from the General Strike, The Happy Lands follows the journey of law-abiding citizens who become law-breakers in a heroic battle against the state. It’s never a good… → continue reading

Autism & Disability Screening | The Jungle Book

The Plaza is proud to present our next autism and disability screening will be the modern adaption of the animated classic, The Jungle Book. Mowgli, a human boy is raised by Raksha and Akela two wolves, until he is threatened by Shere Khan, the Bengal Tiger, who reminds everyone that… → continue reading

International Womens Day | Suffragette – Free Screening- SOLD OUT!

The Plaza is proud to present a FREE screening of Suffragette to celebrate International Women’s Day. In sponsorship from the Sefton Branch UNISON we’re able to offer this as a FREE event. Suffragette tells the story of the foot soldiers of the early feminist movement, women who were forced underground to… → continue reading

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