Cinemas

St Georges Hall: Concert Hall What's on here?

What an amazing setting to what a movie! St Georges Hall continues it’s commitment to LGBTQ audiences after having lit up the building in rainbow colours for Liverpool Pride 2015 with the image reaching over 250,000 people on Facebook.

Screenings are held in the Concert Hall which is reached by the North Entrance (opposite Walker Art Gallery).

Address:

St George’s Place
Liverpool
L1 1JJ

Phone Ticket Quarter for tickets for screenings: Ticket Quarter 0044 8000 410

www.ticketquarter.co.uk

 

A Small Cinema, Liverpool What's on here?

A brilliant new 56 seater venue in the heart of Liverpool – built by volunteers in the shell of the old Magistrates Court on Victoria Street, the cinema is run entirely by Volunteers. The programme is progressive and eclectic – anyone can submit programme ideas and the volunteers will select those that fit the cinema’s ethos. LGBT friendly from it’s outset, this cinema is right on the edge of Liverpool’s vibrant Stanley Street Quarter, Liverpool’s “gay village”.

The Black-E What's on here?

The Black-E (formerly The Blackie) – a combination of a contemporary arts centre with a community centre – was launched in 1968 as the U.K.’s first community arts project. The commitments made then remain the commitments today – to young people (offering, in the words of The Last Poets, “affection, protection, direction”) – to a cultural programme emphasising participation and involvement (“do-ing” as well as “viewing”) – to education (formal and informal) – and to quality of work with equality of provision.

Address

The Black-E
1 Great George Street
Liverpool L1 5EW
England

Tel: +44 (0)151 709 5109

Fax: +44 (0)151 706 7373

FACT What's on here?

FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology) is the UK’s leading media arts centre, based in Liverpool. Offering a unique programme of exhibitions, film and participant-led art projects, FACT uses the power of creative technology to inspire and enrich lives.

The award-winning FACT building is home to three galleries (showing four exhibitions per year), a beautiful café and bar, and four state of the art film screens (including intimate sofa-seated The Box), programmed by Picturehouse@FACT and showing the best in independent and mainstream film.

Plaza What's on here?

The Plaza is an independent, volunteer-run cinema in Waterloo, Sefton., keeping cinema affordable for the local community.

Since reopening as a community cinema in 1997, the three-screen Plaza has promoted a range of commercial, limited release, foreign language and cult film. More importantly it has developed an innovative menu of community events designed to promote the social, educational and inspirational value of film. It is, as far as we are aware, one of the few charities in the UK to provide essential community facilities and encourage social inclusion through cinema.

The Plaza has a history of supporting LGBT film and hosted screenings for Liverpool Pride on 2013.

The Light What's on here?

The Light has been an amazing partner for Liverpool Pride since March 2013, hosting monthly screenings and providing a great welcome.

It is an 8 screen cinema with state of the art digital picture and sound in every auditorium. All seats are luxurious with extra width as standard.

There’s:

  • a café bar where you can have a drink before the film begins. As all the screens are licenced you are free to take your refreshments into the screen to enjoy with your movie.
  • Wheelchair spaces available in all screens and IR headsets are provided for the hard of hearing so you may fully enjoy the film of your choice.
  • There is ample free parking on site at Marine Point
  • Public transport is well connected with the main bus stops for Wirral and Liverpool right outside the building and a five minute walk to New Brighton railway station.