The popular Monday Shows return in 2019! With a star studded selection of local acts. We’ve released the first couple of months for our performances in 2019. Shows start at 2pm – 4pm and tickets just £5. All proceeds go towards Alzheimers and Cotton Street Project.
Our final Dementia Friendly Screening for 2018 is the Judy Garland classic, Meet Me in St. Louis. Screenings will take place in screen 1, our large art deco screen, newly restored to its art deco glory, to recreate the experience of going to the pictures. This is also easily accessible… → continue reading
The Plaza welcomed in its 150,000 customer on Saturday afternoon, Veronica Loftus from Crosby and her niece Nicole came in to watch Wreck it Ralph and got that tap on the shoulder, Veronica was thrilled to receive a bottle of Champagne, 6 month pass for two and hopefully picture in… → continue reading
The Plaza is delighted to announce that it will host a special film screening of Unsung Hero: The Jack Jones Story. Produced by Liverpool based Film Production Company Hurricane Films, join us on Thursday 18th October at 7.30pm, also a special Q/A with Sol Popadopoulos, director, Roy Boulter, producer and Brian… → continue reading
The Plaza is proud to host The Ocean Film Festival World Tour for 2018, bringing an evening of inspirational ocean-themed films this September. This brand-new selection of films features seafaring adventurers rowing treacherous oceans, intrepid surfers riding the world’s biggest waves, and explores our planet’s spectacular hidden depths. Now in… → continue reading
For our Nostalgia Night we will be showing the classic The King & I. We have a full supporting programme of Singing, Raffle, Short Archive Film. The King & I starts just after 8pm Tickets are just £3 each, 300 will be available now to pick up at the box… → continue reading
The Plaza in partnership with Cottonfield films presents our latest film project ‘Not Straight Forward’ Are you 13 – 19 years old and interested in producing your own educational docu-drama themed on identity through the prism of LGBT+? We are offering a free course with training in all aspect of film production… → continue reading
The Plaza’s arts and education team are trying to raise up to £10,000 to run a film and creative media project for young people aged 13-19 years. The project, entitled ‘Not Straight Forward’ will enable the group to produce their own awareness raising docu-drama themed on Identity issues linked to… → continue reading
Our Dementia Friendly Screening this February is the Howard Keel classic, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. Screenings will take place in screen 1, our large art deco screen, newly restored to its art deco glory, to recreate the experience of going to the pictures. This is also easily accessible for… → continue reading
The Plaza is proud to present our first SPECTRUM screening of 2018. The SPECTRUM screenings will take place once a month in the early evening, with the intention of providing a social outlet for young people in a safe environment as well as an opportunity for them to meet other young… → continue reading
The Plaza is proud to present our brand new SPECTRUM screening. The SPECTRUM screenings will take place once a month in the early evening, with the intention of providing a social outlet for young people in a safe environment as well as an opportunity for them to meet other young people… → continue reading
The time is getting closer for our Star Wars: The Last Jedi midnight screening. Showing on Wednesday 13th December at 11:30pm, all tickets are £5 and are available at the box office right now.