Our Vision

Our vision is to create a community cinema, theatre, arts and entertainment centre, at the top end of Fore Street in Bovey Tracey. The King of Prussia Arts Centre will give a new lease of life to this historic building, offering a 118-seat cinema theatre (Cinema Paradiso), art gallery and artists studios, and a high-quality cafe bar restaurant (Cafe Paradiso).

We will work with the Dartmoor Whisky Distillery and The Bell, to create a new community leisure and cultural hub for the community rejuvenating the top end of Fore Street.

This is a community project owned by 322 shareholders and with support of donors, more than 500 people are stakeholders in this project.

Huge thanks go to our Founder Members, shareholders and those that have donated over £100.

See our Founder Members by clicking here

Find out about our plans and progress by clicking here

Next Event

  1. Art Competition

    Art Competition

    Wednesday 01 May 2019 to Saturday 10 August 2019

    ART Competition General theme: Buildings Be inspired by the restoration work of the king of Prussia - caring for buildings and the environment we live in.

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Latest News

  1. Report from the 2018 AGM

    On 26th November 2018 the first Annual General Meeting for members/shareholders of Bovey Tracey Paradiso Arts Ltd took place at Cafe 3 Sixty, Bovey Tracey.   There was a great turn out as 81 member/shareholders were present along with Directors, advisors and the Company Secretary.   The draft minutes and notes from the meeting are available to download below.

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  2. The Kings Chronicle

    Keeping you in the picture with Bovey Tracey Paradiso Arts. . .

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  3. Heritage Lottery Fund Grants Officer visits the King of Prussia

    Heritage Lottery Fund Grants Officer visits the King of Prussia

    Kayleigh Luscombe, the South West Lottery Fund Grants Officer, was shown round the King of Prussia following the fantastic news that the project has received HLF grant support.   After her visit Kayleigh Luscombe said, "I really enjoyed the tour and meeting you all". .

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