Films

Dementia Friendly Screening | The Buddy Holly Story

Our next Dementia Friendly Screening for 2020 with be the classic, The Buddy Holly Story. 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 wheelchair… → continue reading

Autism & Disability Friendly Screening | Sonic the Hedgehog

The Plaza is proud to present our next autism and disability screening of 2020. Join us this February for Sonic the Hedgehog. After discovering a small, blue, fast hedgehog, a small-town police officer must help it defeat an evil genius who wants to do experiments on it. We will be… → continue reading

Autism & Disability Friendly Screening | Spies in Disguise

The Plaza is proud to present our first autism and disability screening of 2020. Join us this January for animated adventure, Spies in Disguise. When the world’s best spy is turned into a pigeon, he must rely on his nerdy tech officer to save the world. We will be showing… → continue reading

Dementia Friendly Screening | The Band Wagon

Our first Dementia Friendly Screening for 2020 with be the Fred Astaire classic, The Band Wagon. 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

Autism & Disability Friendly Screening | Frozen 2

The Plaza is proud to present our last autism and disability screening of 2019. Join us this December for the highly anticipated sequel, Frozen 2. Anna, Elsa, Kristoff, Olaf and Sven leave Arendelle to travel to an ancient, autumn-bound forest of an enchanted land. They set out to find the… → continue reading

Dementia Friendly Screening | Scrooge

Our Dementia Friendly Screening this December is the Albert Finney classic, Scrooge. 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 wheelchair users. We will… → continue reading

Dementia Friendly Screening | Lullaby of Broadway

Our Dementia Friendly Screening this November is the Doris Day classic, Lullaby of Broadway. 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 wheelchair users.… → continue reading

Autism & Disability Friendly Screening | A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon

The Plaza is proud to present our next autism and disability screening of 2019. Join us this October for animated adventure, A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon. When an alien with amazing powers crash-lands near Mossy Bottom Farm, Shaun the Sheep goes on a mission to shepherd the intergalactic visitor… → continue reading

Special Screening | Pink: Past & Present

The Plaza is proud to present the recipient of Lesbian and Gay Foundation ‘Homo Hero Award’, First Take’s ‘Pink: Past and Present’ is an insightful and colourful documentary made by pioneers, ground breakers, heroes and sheroes of the Liverpool LGBT community. The film celebrates the heritage of Liverpool’s LGBT scene. Do you… → continue reading

Dementia Friendly Screening | That Night in Rio

Plaza’s Dementia Friendly Film Screening links into Cinema, Memory & Wellbeing Festival 2019 with a special screening of the Carmen Miranda classic, That Night in Rio. This will be part of an afternoon of celebrations centred on the Brazilian film star, Carmen Miranda. The Festival is the culmination of 5… → continue reading

Autism & Disability Friendly Screening | Abominable

The Plaza is proud to present our next autism and disability screening of 2019. Join us this October for animated adventure, Abominable. A magical Yeti and his journey home to his family. We will be showing Abominable on Monday 21st September at 5:30pm. As always there will be low level lighting and reduced volume… → continue reading

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