Like many independent cinemas across the country, the after effects of Covid -19 continue to be felt at No6 Cinema. While many of our customers have returned and new ones have discovered us, numbers are still down on where they were before the pandemic. We are not alone in feeling the cold draught of higher costs and drooping revenues.
No6 is committed to getting as many people as possible back into the cinema. We want to give everyone the chance to escape the cost of living crisis and immerse themselves in a packed programme of film. If we raise the money we would like to offer a flat rate £5.00 ticket for all our films for the month of January.
To do this we need those who can help cover the costs and ensure that No6 remains a thriving part of Portsmouth’s cultural scene. To make a donation do take a look at our Crowdfunder page, we have some unique rewards!
Our Thursday film has been selected by UoP Illustration lecturer Louis Netter. Far Out Isn't Far Enough is part of our Drawn to the Big Screen Season, Louis will explain how artist Tomi Ungerer's incredible creativity and penchant for outspokeness has influenced his work. I’m sure not many of you will have seen this film so do take the opportunity to join us. It will definitely be an interesting evening.
The Banshees Of Inisherin on Friday night is from Martin McDonagh, writer of In Bruges and Three Billboards outside Ebbing County. A great film and the story of not knowing what you have got until it's gone.
South Korean culture is definitely getting its moment in the sun. Park Chan-wook’s Decision To Leave on Saturday evening is handsome and playful.
Our Dec programme is up on the website with lots of Christmas favourites; Die Hard 3rd Dec + laser quest, It's a Wonderful Life 10th Dec, Polar Express 17th Dec at 4.15pm and Greta Gerwig’s Little Women selected by our young programmers in the evening.