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Phoenix CEO John Rance has announced his plan to retire from his position in spring 2024, having joined the charity in 2010 following its relocation to Leicester's Cultural Quarter.
With flexible programming now operating across all four of our screens, we have returned to unallocated seating for our regular film screenings.
Leicester’s Phoenix Cinema and Art Centre has been awarded £246k funding over the next 3 years by Arts Council England (ACE).
A new art installation premieres at Phoenix from 10 Jan – 23 Feb, featuring Thanatos - a perfume that evokes the scent of a decomposing body discovered in a woodland.
We're delighted to have received confirmation that Arts Council England will invest £4 million of National Lottery money towards Phoenix 2020.
Over half term, Phoenix is giving families the chance to put on virtual reality headsets, jump on a playground swing, and be transported into a thrilling virtual adventure.
We're giving away tickets to a charity screening of It’s a Wonderful Life on Fri 7th Dec in return for donations to Action Homeless’ Winter Appeal.
Phoenix is to become one of the first UK cinemas to screen Virtual Reality (VR) films as part of it regular cinema programme.
We reveal the architectural plans for our two storey 1,200 square metre extension - with green roof terrace + room for 2 new cinemas, an art gallery and more!
Phoenix delighted to receive news Leicester city council has committed £1 million towards Phoenix 2020 expansion project.
Phoenix is delighted to congratulate its chairman Alan Tuckett who has been recognised with a Knighthood in the New Year Honours for his services to developing lifelong adult learning.
Help us raise the £2,000 we need to buy 26 new amplified headsets – to help more people with sight and hearing loss enjoy films at Phoenix.
Phoenix has announced ambitious plans to expand its current venue and become a four screen independent cinema by the year 2020.