No. 6 Cinema
Boathouse 6, Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, 19 College Road,
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No. 6 Cinema (Official)
Functions: Movies (First Run), Movies (Independent)
Located at Portsmouth’s historic dockyard, the No. 6 Cinema is located inside the 1846 built, Grade II Listed No. 6 boathouse.
It opened to the public in 2001 as an independent art house and mainstream cinema. Films are screened in the evenings. It was closed on 2nd March 2011, for a six month period for the owners to consider its future. It had re-opened by June 2013.
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Despite the date in the camera data, my photographs were taken in June 2013 when, happily, the No. 6 had reopened. The cinema has had a very chequered history, but I was told that attendances are healthy (there was certainly a good turnout for ‘Mud’ on my visit) and it is to be hoped this fine cinema, with, reputedly, the largest screen on the south coast, can survive.