After eight weeks of refurbishment Plymouth Arts Centre has opened its now fully accessible doors.
The restaurant has also been refurbished as part of a new partnership with restaurateur’s, arthouse, to offer a new and exciting food experience for Plymouth Arts Centre.
The refurbishment, which comes just in time for the opening of British Art Show 7 In the Days of the Comet, and includes level access to the building’s entrance and ground floor facilities, including the front gallery space and new café bar.
There is also a wheelchair lift to the cinema, creating a new and completely accessible ground floor venue.
The public programme of visual arts will now mostly take place off site, but the arts centre will retain gallery space at the front of the building, which provides a window into the programme.
(image: This image was taken from the Geograph project collection. See this photograph’s page on the Geograph website for the photographer’s contact details. The copyright on this image is owned by Mick Lobb and is licensed for reuse under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 license.)
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