Picturehouse at FACT opened in February 2003, as the first independent cinema to open in Liverpool’s city centre in over a decade.
Picturehouse at FACT is a central component of the new FACT Centre, a £10 million landmark building which comprises three cinemas, a ‘micro-cinema’, two galleries, café and bar.
Picturehouse at FACT’s state-of-the-art cinemas give audiences the chance to enjoy an unprecedented variety of films and film-related events in the city’s most impressive and technically well-equipped venue, boasting stadium seating, THX-standard sound and 70mm and digital projection in addition to 35mm projection.
The film programme presents a range of titles, showcasing the very best in independent, art-house, foreign-language and quality mainstream cinema from around the world. Themed seasons, repertory screenings of classic masterpieces, late-night cult movies and events all form part of the Picturehouse's exciting programme.
The Picturehouse at FACT - Liverpool is the perfect venue to host events such as:
• Product Launches
• Corporate Events & Celebration
• Private Screening Parties
• Kids Screening Parties
• Private Bar Hire
• Charity Events / Fundraisers
• Christmas Screening Parties
• School Trips / Educational Trips
Corporate Event Hire – Conferences & Meetings
The Picturehouse has a wide range of facilities to suit your private hire and conferencing needs. The auditoria accommodate a large number of people and are ideal for presentations, product launches, lectures, AGMs or business meetings. Our projection facilities enable film or video presentation and the screens are ideal for Powerpoint or slide displays.
School Screening & Events
We believe that film and cinema have an increasingly important role to play within the National Curriculum, aiding pupils’ learning and development throughout their formal education.
Our education team work closely with teachers and Local Education Authorities to deliver a year-round, diverse programme of screenings, talks and workshops, all carefully designed to complement the National Curriculum at different levels and develop young people’s cine-literacy skills.