Opening Of New Hucknall Cinema Delayed
The cinema originally planned to open on 27th March will not now open until the current Coronavirus situation has ended.
Brian Gilligan – of The Arc Cinema says:
“We are disappointed not to be able to open our new cinema as planned. We are sure people will understand that it would not be practical or responsible to do so given the current circumstances around Covid 19. The cinema is very nearly ready though and rest assured we will open as soon as it is safe to do so.”
The cinema is a real treat to look forward to as it will have 425 luxury leather electric recliner seats with masses of legroom, laser digital projection and Dolby Digital 7.1 surround sound. Access for all is key to The Arc Cinema’s offer with all screens wheelchair accessible and subtitled screenings, kids’ clubs and parent and baby screenings part of the offer.
The cinema will show the latest blockbuster and independent films as well as broadcast screenings of opera, ballet and theatrical productions. There will be a full range of delicious snacks and drinks on offer and all the screens are licensed so you can enjoy a beer or glass of wine while watching the film.
The Irish cinema operator, The Arc Cinema, is investing £3 million in converting the old Byron Cinema into a state of the art 4 screen cinema.
The Arc Cinema is an Irish cinema operator that is currently opening a number of sites in the UK. Established in 2014, they specialise in creating very high-quality cinemas to serve local communities.
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