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EMAN Everyman Media Group Plc

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Last Updated: 08:00:00
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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Everyman Media Group Plc LSE:EMAN London Ordinary Share GB00BFH55S51 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 62.50 0.00 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
61.00 64.00 62.50 62.50 62.50
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Business Services, Nec 78.82M -3.5M -0.0384 -16.28 56.99M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 62.50 GBX

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Posted at 08/12/2023 08:20 by Everyman Media Daily Update
Everyman Media Group Plc is listed in the Business Services, Nec sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker EMAN. The last closing price for Everyman Media was 62.50p.
Everyman Media currently has 91,178,000 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Everyman Media is £56,986,250.
Everyman Media has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -16.28.
This morning EMAN shares opened at 62.50p
Posted at 19/10/2023 11:21 by sphere25
It looks like it is Blue Coast versus the market here. More than 10% of the issuance exchanged. Not sure how that 9.7m splits between buyers and sellers, but when you have a chart like this, with doubts over the long term value on the micro level (let alone all the ugly macro factors), someone has to step in big to have any chance of even a short term trading bounce.

May of last year had enough of a clear out at these price points to bounce into the late 60's.

Only managed a small position but in for a quick one to see if it can bounce into the 60's again for a sell. This market just won't hold the bounces with layered sellers across all kinds of small caps, but if Blue Coast are sat buying big at these levels then it might have had enough of a clear out to bounce abit before it meets the next layer of big sellers higher up....and then likely goes flat and does nothing or comes back down.

Just that sort of market.

Very illiquid. An exit if it doesn't push on.

All imo
Posted at 18/8/2023 13:22 by km18
Everyman Media plc issued a trading update for the 26 weeks ending 29th June 2023 this morning. Trading continues to be in line with expectations and the Board remains confident that the financial performance of the Company for the full year ending 28 December 2023 will be in line with market expectations. These are for FY23 revenue of £94.4m and adjusted EBITDA of £17.2m. Three new venues opened at the end of H1, taking the Group estate to a total of 41 venues. Post period end Barbie and Oppenheimer released in the final week of July and delivered record admissions and enabled the Group to achieve an exceptional month of trading with Group Revenue of £10.6m (July 2022: £7.1m) and Group EBITDA of £2.6m (July 2022: £1.3m). Valuation looks decent with PS ratio at 0.69x roughly top third for Hotels & Entertainment Services sector. The balance sheet still has sizeable debt with gearing ratios elevated accordingly. The share price also lacks momentum and has been in a correction for over 2 years. With the fragile economic environment also posing risks to consumer spending, EMAN remains a share to monitor for the time being...

...from WealthOracle
Posted at 18/8/2023 08:43 by quepassa
Hope it works out for you and Everyman.

But allowing for rampant inflation - and who knows what the true inflation rate really is- those six month figures are not good. Ticket sales down and costs MUST be going up. Wage costs are rocketing. As have interest rates which will be a real stinger under their new £35m facility with different bankers.

The Everyman chain has a growing identity crisis in my opinion- it still markets itself as artsy/upmarket - but clearly relies on Hollywood trash/blockbuster films as its mainstay.

The Hollywood actors/writers strikes will also impact output of new films at some point.

The share price graph tells a sad tale.

Good Luck all.

Posted at 18/8/2023 08:10 by everton448
That is of our as a perfectly reasonable observation QP. But the outcome for the year looks to be significantly ahead of last year and because the timing of release of films is behind their control, I think it makes more sense to look at annual performance rather than the six months (the release of Barbenheimer on 1st June would have seen record first half results). This has, of course been a very disappointing share in which to be invested, but given that it is valued at circa six months' revenue there does seem to be some scope for positivity
Posted at 30/7/2023 22:03 by quepassa
thanks! I have occasionally checked seat availability for a local Everyman venue but what you are doing sounds quite thorough.
the ability to capture live pre-performance seat data from all cinemas in the chain would be great and give a real edge.

some big box-office movies recently but will be interesting to see the forthcoming results which probably pre-date those films.

Everyman's expensive ticket pricing business model will be fully tested in these high inflatioanry times versus cheaper cinemas at a third or quarter of the price.
Posted at 25/7/2023 09:29 by everton448
A glimmer of life in the share price
Posted at 20/7/2023 13:31 by everton448
An all time low for the share price reached today
Posted at 12/4/2023 15:30 by waldron


According to Refinitiv, the company's ESG score for its industry is poor.


According to sales estimates from analysts polled by Standard & Poor's, the company is among the best with regard to growth.

With regards to fundamentals, the enterprise value to sales ratio is at 0.98 for the current period. Therefore, the company is undervalued.

Analysts covering this company mostly recommend stock overweighting or purchase.

The difference between current prices and the average target price is rather important and implies a significant appreciation potential for the stock.

Analysts' price targets are all relatively close, reflecting good visibility on the company's valuation.


Over the past four months, analysts' average price target has been revised downwards significantly.
Posted at 12/4/2023 15:09 by waldron
Leo Grieco

15:20 Wed 12 Apr 2023

Everyman Media Group PLC - Everyman returning to profit step in right direction for cinema

Everyman Media Group PLC (AIM:EMAN), a premium cinema operator, returned to profits in 2022 for the first time since the pandemic, but investors appear cautious about its long-term success after shares dropped by 5% on Wednesday.

Operating profits of more than £400,000 versus a £2.2mln loss in 2021, expanding venues across the country and the sight of lockdowns in the rear-view mirror.

These were likely reasons to cheer for the UK-based group, especially when rivals Cineworld filed for Chapter 11 and talks of buyouts across the industry linger.

True, the group posted a pre-tax loss of £3.5mln but before amortisation and share scheme adjustments profits jumped 75% to £14.5mln.

“Posh cinema operator Everyman Media has a tricky path to navigate through the cost-of-living crisis,” said analysts at AJ Bell.

“It needs to keep prices low enough that it remains an affordable luxury for a large enough audience,” the financial company added.

Everyman prices are significantly higher than other cinemas in Britain.

For the newly released The Super Mario Bros. Movie tickets cost around £15, almost double the average £8 price charged by competitors Vue, ODEON and Cineworld.

On average in 2022, the high-end cinema saw customers pay £11.29 per ticket compared to £11 the year before.

If the average ticket price moved in line with UK consumer price inflation, which grew by 10.5% in the 12 months to December 2022, it could have increased to more than £12.

“The company’s model is also reliant on people taking advantage of the opportunity to order food and drink to their seats,” AJ Bell added, warning that people not eating could weigh heavily on profits.

Yet, the average food and spend per head increased from £9.07 in 2021 to £9.34 last year.

Everyman began adding specials to the dishes its serves, something it said, “had a demonstrable impact on sales of hot food”.

“Innovation in our food and beverage offering is expected to continue to drive spend per head moving forward,” Everyman added in its full-year results.

Everyman offers a wider range of food than the traditional theatres. Source: Company

Everyman offers a wider range of food than the traditional theatres. Source: Company

AJ Bell also noted: “The business appears to be doing a decent job by announcing a big jump in admissions in 2022.”

Ticket sales jumped 69% to over 3.4mln in 2022, Everyman revealed, with monthly average admissions reaching 284,000.

However, in 2021 venues remained shut until 17 May due to Covid restrictions.

Considering the shorter period Everyman was open for in 2021, its monthly average was actually higher than in 2022 at 311,000.

Posted at 28/3/2023 14:46 by everton448
Share price down pretty much every day and price falls accelerating - looks bad
Everyman Media share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange

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