What’s on this weekend 13th – 15th September 2019

It – Chapter Two @ Cineworld, Brighton Marina, Friday 13th – Sunday 15th. With a full moon colliding with Friday 13th this weekend, you may just …
Kat Hoare

  • Kat Hoare
  • On September 12, 2019
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This coming weekend with with Autumn setting in and the summer memories fading fast, you may want to take a last chance to immerse, indulge or escape in experiences that only Brighton can offer, before winter sets in.

It – Chapter Two @ Cineworld, Brighton Marina, Friday 13th – Sunday 15th

With a full moon colliding with Friday 13th this weekend, you may just want to indulge your weird and creepy side by catching the long awaited sequel to Stephen King’s It – Chapter 2 at Cineworld, Brighton Marina with showings at: 13.20, 17,00 and 20.40.

VRLAB @The Old Market, Friday 13th, Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th

Or if you want to shut out the outside world and enjoy Brighton’ most innovative immersive virtual reality experience, you can catch the VRLAB club night event at The Old Market this weekend. By booking a session, you can experience three cutting edge Virtual reality experiences which includes trying the new Magic Leap headset and a coral reef world created by VR artist Thomas Buckle.

Phileas Fogg World of Adventures @ Sussex House, Crowhurst Road, Hollingbury Industrial Estate, Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th

On Saturday, if you are looking for something completely new to enjoy with family or a even friends down for the weekend, why not pay a visit to the Phileas Fogg World of Adventures – the newly opened attraction based in Hollingbury where you can literally spend hours in the Victorian world of Phileas Fogg rushing through train carriages, stations and locations around the world. This experience is value for money at £29.50 per person as well as gaining some impressive 4.5 review scores on TripAdvisor.

Free Heritage Open Day @ Brighton Museum, Saturday 14th

For an alternative historical experience, Brighton Museum is opening its doors for a fascinating and free Heritage Open Day from 11am – 4pm. With curators on hand offering a chance to see archive films from the Duke of Yorks cinema and some newer exhibits, you can get chance to see the tiny world of the Scadbury Manor baby house – a seriously intricate dolls house for adults that was passed through seven generations of one family since 1730 with a Welsh “breadcar” suspended from the ceiling where you can store your cheese and bread mouse-free!

Dirty Dancing @ Saltdean Lido, Saturday 14th

On Saturday evening you can indulge yourself by sitting back in a Director’s chair, hiring an extra comfy pillow to take in a sunset screening of Dirty Dancing at the beautifully renovated 1930s splendour of Saltdean Lido. Having given bathers a summer of retro swimming, the Lido is now offering a last dip with Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey in the timeless classic before the winter sets in.

Brighton Triathlon @ Hove Lawns, Sunday 15th

To get energized and inspired on Sunday morning why not go to the Brighton Triathlon at Hove Lawns to cheer on the 1600 competitors who are swimming, running and cycling from 8am in the biggest closed road triathlon in the South East.

Professor Brian Cox @ Brighton Centre, Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th

Later on Sunday evening, for an out of this world mindswerve, you can catch Professor Brian Cox at the Brighton Centre from 8pm. Best known for taking his audiences into new dimensions into the origins and evolution of the Solar System, the second half of the show is devoted to taking any question that the audience wishes to aim at him or beyond…..

Romesh Ranganathan – the Cynic’s Mixtape Tour @Brighton Dome, Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th

If instead you’d prefer some cutting quips to round off the weekend, then Mock the Week comedian Romesh Ranganathan at the Brighton Dome may be the best tonic. Having emerged “straight outta Crawley” as best Newcomer at Edinburgh Festival in 2013, Ranganathan has now popped up everywhere this year from The Guardian to Radio 6 venting his unique take on everything from mum road rage to veganism. You ‘ll have to be quick to catch the Brighton dates of his sold out Tour.

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The Barcode: What people REALLY think of Plymouth’s mega new leisure complex

The Barcode, Plymouth’s newest leisure complex, will have a Cineworld cinema with IMAX screen, Paradise Island Adventure Golf course and a …

With the Barcode set to open next month, Plymouth people have been sharing their views on what they think of the building and what they expect from the new development.

The Barcode, Plymouth’s newest leisure complex, will have a Cineworld cinema with IMAX screen, Paradise Island Adventure Golf course and a variety of restaurants.

While many local people are excited for the development, saying it will ‘modernise’ the area and give us more things to do in the city centre, others are disappointed in its appearance and question whether the development is really aimed at local people.

We asked local people what they thought.

Find out what Plymouth people REALLY think of the Barcode in the video above

‘It’s excellent’

Local man Keith Oxenham is looking forward to the new development and thinks it will update and modernise the area.

He said: “It’s excellent, it’s modern, it will be nice.”

Plymouth Live asked local people what they think of the new development ahead of its opening Pictured: Keith Oxenham (Image: Penny Cross / Plymouth Live)

“It’s a good idea, an upgrade, you can’t have the old stuff, this is excellent,” he added.

‘It’ll keep kids off the streets’

Kyle White, 23, from Plymouth, thinks the Barcode will keep children off the street and give young people something to do.

Kyle said: “It’ll be a good thing, it’ll keep trouble off the streets, it’ll keep kids off the streets.”

Plymouth Live asked local people what they think of the new Barcode development. Pictured: Kyle White (Image: Penny Cross / Plymouth Live)

Kyle says he’s mostly looking forward to the cinema. He said: “It’ll be a better cinema, hopefully not as expensive as the other one.”

Not everybody is impressed, though.

Susan Stoker, from Plymouth, likes that there is different architecture around the city, but doesn’t think the Barcode is designed for local people.

Susan said: “I really like the different architecture in the city. I don’t have a problem with this architecture, I like the juxtaposition of the whole thing. However, in these particular times of austerity, I don’t think they [Plymouth City Council and the developers] have thought about local people.

Plymouth Live find out what people think of the new development ahead of its opening. Pictured: Susan Stoker and Lesley Chrysanthou (Image: Penny Cross / Plymouth Live)

“It’s for business and money-making. It’s not giving something to the city.”

Susan also questioned how long the development would remain popular – and remain open – and suggested the money spent could have been spent elsewhere.

She said: “I don’t think it’s going to benefit the people of Plymouth. It’s a very poor city, it won’t be for the people of Plymouth. [The money should be spent on] an airport [that] would benefit the city.”

Lesley Chrysanthou added: “I think it’s ugly, it’s off-putting, it’s not in harmony with the rest of the city.”

Dan Lee, 23, from Wadebridge doesn’t think he’ll visit the Barcode.

Plymouth Live find out what people think of the new development ahead of its opening. Pictured: Dan Lee from Wadebridge. (Image: Penny Cross / Plymouth Live)

He said: “I prefer an old-school cinema, with old-school seats in a nice old building, Wadebridge Cinema is really good for that.

“These new cinemas are alright, the picture and all of that is really good and the sound quality is really good.”

The Barcode will open next month next to Drake Circus in Plymouth City Centre.

To find out more click here.

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Gallagher Fiduciary Advisors Cut Stake in Dover Corp. (DOV) by $2.32 Million as Stock Price …

Duke Energy Corporation (NYSE:DUK) has risen 7.37% since September 7, 2018 and is uptrending. It has outperformed by 7.37% the S&P500.

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Gallagher Fiduciary Advisors Llc decreased its stake in Dover Corp. (DOV) by 13.72% based on its latest 2019Q1 regulatory filing with the SEC. Gallagher Fiduciary Advisors Llc sold 24,997 shares as the company’s stock declined 0.49% . The institutional investor held 157,188 shares of the industrial machinery and components company at the end of 2019Q1, valued at $14.74M, down from 182,185 at the end of the previous reported quarter. Gallagher Fiduciary Advisors Llc who had been investing in Dover Corp. for a number of months, seems to be less bullish one the $13.49B market cap company. The stock decreased 1.03% or $0.99 during the last trading session, reaching $95.14. About 1.06M shares traded or 20.00% up from the average. Dover Corporation (NYSE:DOV) has risen 19.55% since September 7, 2018 and is uptrending. It has outperformed by 19.55% the S&P500. Some Historical DOV News: 18/04/2018 – REG-Dover Corporation: Dover Board of Directors Approves Spin-Off of Apergy; 20/03/2018 – Delaware PSC: Delaware Advisory Council on Wildlife and Freshwater Fish to meet March 27 in Dover; 27/04/2018 – Dover Corp Sees 2018 Revenue Growth of 4%-5%; 27/04/2018 – DOVER CORP – QUARTERLY REVENUE OF $1.9 BLN, AN INCREASE OF 6% FROM PRIOR YEAR; 24/05/2018 – Shell: Dover Well Discovery is Company’s Sixth in Norphlet Play; 16/04/2018 – Dover Corp expected to post earnings of $1.13 a share – Earnings Preview; 16/04/2018 – Dover Corp. Sees Apergy 1Q Rev $283M; 18/04/2018 – Delaware PSC: Delaware Advisory Council on Recreational Fishing Funding to meet April 24 in Dover; 27/03/2018 – Del Dept Health: Registration Open for Annual Volunteer Delaware Conference on April 30 in Dover; 26/03/2018 – REG-Dover Corporation: Dover Announces Apergy Investor Day and Filing of Form 10 Registration Statement for Planned Spin-off

State Of Alaska Department Of Revenue increased its stake in Duke Energy Corp New (DUK) by 2.98% based on its latest 2019Q1 regulatory filing with the SEC. State Of Alaska Department Of Revenue bought 11,925 shares as the company’s stock declined 4.08% . The institutional investor held 412,731 shares of the power generation company at the end of 2019Q1, valued at $37.14M, up from 400,806 at the end of the previous reported quarter. State Of Alaska Department Of Revenue who had been investing in Duke Energy Corp New for a number of months, seems to be bullish on the $67.82 billion market cap company. The stock increased 0.37% or $0.35 during the last trading session, reaching $93.76. About 2.51M shares traded. Duke Energy Corporation (NYSE:DUK) has risen 7.37% since September 7, 2018 and is uptrending. It has outperformed by 7.37% the S&P500. Some Historical DUK News: 15/05/2018 – Duke Energy Closes Below 50-Day Moving Average: Technicals; 11/03/2018 – Duke Energy Access Event Set By MUFG Securities for Mar. 12-13; 16/05/2018 – DUKE ENERGY TO SELL 5 SMALL HYDROELECTRIC PLANTS TO NORTHBROOK; 20/04/2018 – DUKE RAISES BRUNSWICK 2 REACTOR TO 100% POWER FROM 85%: NRC; 10/05/2018 – DUKE’S HARRIS 1 REACTOR RAMPING UP AFTER REFUELING: OPERATOR; 10/05/2018 – DUKE SEES FLORIDA CITRUS COUNTY GAS PLANT IN SERVICE THIS YR; 16/04/2018 – DUKE ENERGY’S $62M SOLAR REBATE PROGRAM APPROVED FOR NORTH CARO; 15/05/2018 – Dominion seeks U.S. OK to work on Atlantic Coast natgas pipe in N.C; 16/05/2018 – DUKE ENERGY CAROLINAS – FINANCIAL TERMS OF DEAL ARE NOT BEING DISCLOSED PRESENTLY; 26/03/2018 – Charlotte Bus Jr: Duke Energy’s revived `Green Source’ renewables program gives advocates the blues

Investors sentiment increased to 1.28 in Q1 2019. Its up 0.43, from 0.85 in 2018Q4. It improved, as 32 investors sold DOV shares while 174 reduced holdings. 98 funds opened positions while 165 raised stakes. 121.09 million shares or 1.31% less from 122.70 million shares in 2018Q4 were reported. Private Harbour Invest Mngmt Counsel Limited Liability stated it has 6,681 shares or 0.65% of all its holdings. Wells Fargo Mn stated it has 0.09% in Dover Corporation (NYSE:DOV). Swiss Comml Bank invested 0.05% in Dover Corporation (NYSE:DOV). Sg Americas Secs Ltd has 0.01% invested in Dover Corporation (NYSE:DOV) for 13,501 shares. Northern Trust Corporation invested in 0.05% or 2.16M shares. Oregon Public Employees Retirement Fund invested 0.02% in Dover Corporation (NYSE:DOV). Dnb Asset As has invested 0% of its portfolio in Dover Corporation (NYSE:DOV). 2,295 were accumulated by First Commonwealth Financial Pa. Fiduciary Fincl Of The Southwest Tx reported 0.29% of its portfolio in Dover Corporation (NYSE:DOV). Moreover, Hightower Advsr Ltd Company has 0.04% invested in Dover Corporation (NYSE:DOV) for 61,706 shares. Hsbc Public Limited Company holds 0.03% or 155,658 shares. Moreover, Keybank Association Oh has 0.03% invested in Dover Corporation (NYSE:DOV) for 49,289 shares. San Francisco Sentry Investment Gru (Ca) has invested 0% in Dover Corporation (NYSE:DOV). Duncker Streett And accumulated 25,927 shares. Penobscot Com Inc invested 0.05% in Dover Corporation (NYSE:DOV).

More notable recent Dover Corporation (NYSE:DOV) news were published by: Finance.Yahoo.com which released: “Should You Buy Dover Corporation (NYSE:DOV) For Its Dividend? – Yahoo Finance” on July 23, 2019, also Finance.Yahoo.com with their article: “Do Institutions Own Shares In Dover Corporation (NYSE:DOV)? – Yahoo Finance” published on August 12, 2019, Finance.Yahoo.com published: “Dover Corporation (NYSE:DOV) Will Pay A 0.6% Dividend In 4 Days – Yahoo Finance” on August 24, 2019. More interesting news about Dover Corporation (NYSE:DOV) were released by: Prnewswire.com and their article: “Dover To Host Investor Meeting – PRNewswire” published on August 30, 2019 as well as Seekingalpha.com‘s news article titled: “Dover declares $0.49 dividend – Seeking Alpha” with publication date: August 01, 2019.

Analysts await Dover Corporation (NYSE:DOV) to report earnings on October, 17. They expect $1.53 earnings per share, up 12.50% or $0.17 from last year’s $1.36 per share. DOV’s profit will be $216.99M for 15.55 P/E if the $1.53 EPS becomes a reality. After $1.56 actual earnings per share reported by Dover Corporation for the previous quarter, Wall Street now forecasts -1.92% negative EPS growth.

More notable recent Duke Energy Corporation (NYSE:DUK) news were published by: Seekingalpha.com which released: “NextEra, other stocks bear watching as Hurricane Dorian nears Florida – Seeking Alpha” on August 30, 2019, also Finance.Yahoo.com with their article: “What Kind Of Shareholder Appears On The Duke Energy Corporation’s (NYSE:DUK) Shareholder Register? – Yahoo Finance” published on May 21, 2019, Finance.Yahoo.com published: “DUK or D: Which Utility Stock is Better Placed Right Now? – Yahoo Finance” on September 02, 2019. More interesting news about Duke Energy Corporation (NYSE:DUK) were released by: Streetinsider.com and their article: “Duke Energy (DUK) Cited As Top Defensive Name at RBC Capital – StreetInsider.com” published on August 27, 2019 as well as Finance.Yahoo.com‘s news article titled: “Duke Energy Corporation (NYSE:DUK): What Are The Future Prospects? – Yahoo Finance” with publication date: August 12, 2019.

State Of Alaska Department Of Revenue, which manages about $5.65 billion US Long portfolio, decreased its stake in Monster Beverage Corp New by 8,229 shares to 62,703 shares, valued at $3.42 million in 2019Q1, according to the filing. It also reduced its holding in Prologis Inc (NYSE:PLD) by 6,538 shares in the quarter, leaving it with 312,767 shares, and cut its stake in Lyondellbasell Industries N (NYSE:LYB).

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This is exactly when the Barcode cinema and restaurants will open

Also launching in Drake Circus The Barcode, in addition to the 12-screen Cineworld cinema, will be the eateries Zizzi, Nando’s and Five Guys.

The curtain is about to go up on Plymouth’s £53million Barcode cinema complex, with three restaurants opening on the same day.

The Bretonside building’s owner British Land Company Ltd, has confirmed a “first wave of openings” at the 100,000sq ft pile, now named The Barcode because of its black-and-white striped cladding.

Also launching in Drake Circus The Barcode, in addition to the 12-screen Cineworld cinema, will be the eateries Zizzi, Nando’s and Five Guys.

The following day Cosy Club, part of the chain which owns Royal William Yard’s Seco Lounge, will start serving and then indoor Paradise Island Adventure Golf range will be ready for tee-off.

There is, however, no opening date for Frankie and Benny’s, despite marketing firm Cushman and Wakefield, working for British Land, confirming that the Restaurant Group-owned brand would be moving in.

That still leaves seven units, plus the Sky Bar, empty in the vast block, but Cushman and Wakefield has said two are under offer and negotiations are at an advanced stage with two other “national operators”.

See pictures inside The Barcode here.

Exactly when the Barcode cinema and restaurants will open

When will the cinema open?

Monday, October 21

When will Zizzi, Nando’s and Five Guys open?

Monday, October 21

The development at Bretonside will be opening next month
The development at Bretonside will be opening next month (Image: Penny Cross / Plymouth Live)

When will Cosy Club open?

Tuesday, October 22

When will Paradise Island open?

Thursday, October 24

‘We’re looking forward to bringing in more additions’

Greg Lumley, centre director at Drake Circus Shopping Centre, also owned by British Land, said further “additions” were being pencilled in.

He said: “There’s been a lot of anticipation for the opening of Drake Circus The Barcode, and I’m so pleased to be able to announce official dates for the cinema, adventure golf and our first restaurants.

“There’s huge excitement around the brands and attractions we already have on board, and we’re looking forward to bringing in more great additions in the coming months”.

Inside the IMAX screen at Drake Circus Leisure (Image: William Telford)

Cineworld, which is looking forward to screening the latest Star Wars space-opera in late 2019, will be opening the first IMAX screen in Devon and Cornwall inside the Barcode.

It will also have a Starbucks outlet in its 41,000sq ft cinema and will introduce the city to the sweet delights of ice cream purveyor Baskin Robins.

The cinema chain has begun recruiting 82 full- and part-time staff to fill a range of posts including team leader, team members and baristas to work in the Starbucks outlet.

The Five Guys burger joint will be in a 2,500sq ft restaurant; Nando’s has committed to a 4,300sq ft unit; Cosy Club will take 6,700sq ft; and Italian-food eatery Zizzi is to fill 4,000sq ft of space.

Paradise Island Adventure Golf will open a 15,000sq ft indoor adventure golf centre, its first in the South West, in side a double unit. The combined lettings bring the total space let to 68%.

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The Barcode will also contain 400 parking spaces, and is set to become a major visitor attraction in Plymouth.

Cllr Tudor Evans, leader of Plymouth City Council, said: “Drake Circus The Barcode promises to be a fantastic addition to Plymouth’s already vibrant leisure offering and we’re all looking forward to its opening day.

“Our decision to release Bretonside for this amazing facility is entirely vindicated. Plymouth people will love it.”

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Arrest after man seen ‘touching himself inappropriately’ in Stevenage Cineworld

… after a man reportedly touched himself inappropriately during a film screening at Cineworld on Stevenage Leisure Park at about 6pm on August 17.

PUBLISHED: 13:52 05 September 2019 | UPDATED: 13:52 05 September 2019

Louise McEvoy

Police are appealing for witnesses after a man was reportedly touching himself inappropriately during a film screeing at Stevenage Cineworld.

Police are appealing for witnesses after a man was reportedly touching himself inappropriately during a film screeing at Stevenage Cineworld.

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A 64-year-old man has been arrested as police investigate reports of inappropriate touching at a cinema.

Police are appealing for witnesses to the offence – outraging public decency – after a man reportedly touched himself inappropriately during a film screening at Cineworld on Stevenage Leisure Park at about 6pm on August 17.

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Police Constable Kat Murray-Rochard said: “If you were at the same film screening and left prior to police arrival, please get in contact, as you may have information which could assist our enquiries. We believe there are two people in particular who may have witnessed the incident, but have not yet been identified.”

Anyone with information, email kat.murray-rochard@herts.pnn.police.uk or call Herts police on 101, quoting crime reference 41/74726/19.

Call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 to stay anonymous.

The man arrested has been released under investigation.

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