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UK Cinema Association

The UK Cinema Association (UKCA, formerly known as the Cinema Exhibitors Association) is the national trade association for cinema operators in the United Kingdom. The UKCA represents the interests of well over 90 per cent of UK cinema operators by number and market share. The UKCA advocates on behalf of the UK cinema sector at international, national, and regional level. It lobbies the Government along with other sectors of the U.K. film industry, particularly distribution, also working with others within the industry to promote the value of cinema to the public. In addition it provides advice and support to individual members on interpreting and adhering to legislation and regulation, and in dealing with day-to-day operational issues when appropriate.

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    • April 2017
      Source: UK Cinema Association
      Uploaded by: Knoema
      Accessed On: 03 May, 2017
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      The dataset shows trends in UK cinema admissions since 1935, box office and other indicators of cinema industry in UK. From an historic high immediately post-war of 1.64 billion in 1946, UK cinema admissions gradually declined to an all-time low of just 54 million in 1984. Since that time, the advent of the multiplex, and record levels of investment in improving the theatrical experience (still ongoing), have seen admissions recover such that since 2000, they have remained (sometimes significantly so) above 150 million.