The FACT Reopens Its Cinema, Gallery & Cafe

Updated: Jun 11, 2021

FACT In Ropewalks Has Reopened After Lockdown Eased

FACT On Wood Street in the Ropewalks neighbourhood of Liverpool City Centre (Credit: The Liverpudlian/Peter Eric Lang).
FACT On Wood Street in the Ropewalks neighbourhood of Liverpool City Centre (Credit: The Liverpudlian/Peter Eric Lang).

FACT in Liverpool City Centre reopened on the 19th of May after Lockdown measures were eased.


The multimedia complex has been welcoming visitors back into the building with 3 brand new immersive exhibitions.


These include an exciting independent film programme in hidden venues across Liverpool, a special musical event that took place on the city's LightNight, and the reopening of the Picturehouse cinema at FACT.


More information about the various projects that FACT are producing will be revealed shortly.


Nicola Triscott, CEO and Director at FACT, said: 'It has been 14 months since FACT first had to close its doors due to the global pandemic.'


She added: 'We took the majority of our exhibitions, artworks and events online, and we have been so grateful for the many visitors who have joined us for our year-long exploration of The Living Planet - both online and in person.'


She said: 'Our Living Planet year culminates with 3 spectacular new exhibitions, including Liverpool Biennial 2021: The Stomach and the Port, and a unique independent film programme. We’re thrilled to be returning safely to some normality and to our wonderful audiences and community.'


Reopening from Wednesday 19 May, Picturehouse at FACT will be bringing an exciting programme of films to the box office from director Pedro Almodóvar’s The Human Voice, featuring Tilda Swinton, to the latest from Studio Ghibli: Earwig and The Witch. For more information and to book tickets, head to fact.co.uk/cinema