Everyman was founded back in 2000 when entrepreneur Daniel Broch bought the original Everyman Cinema in Hampstead and brought it back to life.
16 years on, the company now operates 19 boutique cinemas across the country and has ambitious plans to continue growing.
For the six months ending 30 June, the company saw revenue rise 49% to £12.1m (H1 2015: £8.2m) with adjusted EBITDA up 91% to £1.4m.
This steady growth has given the company a solid platform to build on with new cinemas now planned for Horsham, Durham and Wokingham.
Chairman Paul Wise said: “The first six months to 30 June 2016 saw us open a new venue in Bristol together with significant maturing revenue growth coming from the six venue openings and two refurbishments in 2015.”
He added: “The group has continued to find attractive new site opportunities for future investment. Contracts have now been conditionally exchanged on sites at Horsham (expected to open in 2018), Durham (2019) and Wokingham (2019).
“These are in addition to those previously announced: Chelmsford (December 2016), Stratford-upon-Avon (2017) and Kings Cross (2017).”
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