29 Jul 20
We are thrilled to confirm that all of our cinemas are now open again.
We've got some fantastic new releases lined up in our programming, including Christopher Nolan's highly anticipated Tenet, Shannon Murphy's beautiful film Babyteeth starring Eliza Scanlen and Ben Mendelsohn and the new black & white edition of Bong Joon-Ho's Academy Award-winning Parasite. We're also bringing some of our favourite recent releases and a few classic films back to the cinema. Titles include: Onward, Jojo Rabbit, Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back, The Blues Brothers and Flash Gordon, to name just a few!
As the release calendar continues to change, we remain committed to bringing you the best on-screen content so we can all get back to experiencing the magic of the cinema.
As always, the health and wellbeing of our employees and customers is our number one priority. In order to provide a safe and enjoyable environment for our employees and audiences, we've made some important changes. Our new safety measurements include the following:
We will monitor and adapt to this new situation as necessary and will continue to follow future advice from the relevant government agencies.
Thank you for your continuing passion for cinema and for your ongoing support during the last few months.
We've missed you and are looking forward to welcoming you back to enjoy the best of cinema on the big screen!
In the meantime, if you have any questions please take a look at our Frequently Asked Questions here.
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