Exeter Picturehouse

51 Bartholomew Street West,
Exeter, EX4 3AJ

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Exeter Picturehouse

The Picture House is a conversion of a 1930’s bus garage by the architectural firm Burrell Foley & Fischer. During excavations Roman remains were unearthed, which delayed the conversion by a few months.

It opened on 11th October 1996 with "Jude" and "Twelfth Night". There are two screens which seat 160 and 220 and there is a licenced bar for the convenience of patrons.

Contributed by Ken Roe

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PhilipWW
PhilipWW on January 2, 2020 at 9:58 am

Both screens are Scope with side masking and are of an impressive size.

Very dark during the film with no lights and black matte walls.

Screen 1 has reclining seats on a sloped floor. Screen 2 has stepped stadium seating.

Very good cafe/bar on the upper level.

In all, a very impressive cinema.

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