Entertainment These Showcase cinemas are offering £5 tickets for all films when they reopen on Friday

20:18  08 july  2020
20:18  08 july  2020 Source:   msn.com

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Two more Showcase Cinemas are to reopen this week - and all tickets will be just £5.

After successfully reopening nine cinemas last weekend, Showcase has revealed which films will be hitting screens as it prepares to open the doors of its Walsall and Dudley cinemas on Friday July 10.

The two Black Country cinemas will be offering cheap tickets to woo film fans back for a night out as the easing of lockdown restrictions starts to bring the entertainment and leisure sectors of the economy back to life.

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a view of a city: Showcase Cinema in Dudley © GRAHAM YOUNG Showcase Cinema in Dudley

Whether you want to revisit 2020 Oscar winners in all their glory, take a trip down memory lane, catch a film you didn’t get chance to see first time round or get the kids out of the house, you can sit back, relax, and enjoy your favourite movie on the big screen for just £5.

There are sci-fi classics including Star Wars Episode V: Empire Strikes Back to Star Trek, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 1 and The Matrix.

Family films on offer include Peter Rabbit, Paddington, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, and Disney’s Beauty and the Beast.

And if musicals are your thing, there is Mamma Mia, The Greatest Showman and A Star Is Born.

Oscar winning movies 1917 and Bohemian Rhapsody are also returning to the big screen.

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Showcase has regularly shown timeless classics as part of its Flashback programme, and from Friday you can enjoy everything from Back to the Future to Terminator 2 to Pulp Fiction.

Over the summer, fans of Showcase Cinemas on Facebook voted for their favourite films as part of the Showcase Fan Favourite competition, with winning horror The Shining back on screen thanks to the public vote.

To welcome back cinemagoers, Showcase will be screening all films for just £5 a ticket. Guests are advised to book tickets online in advance or use the self-service ticket machines in the cinema lobby.

All Showcase sites that are reopening have a thorough cleaning regime in place, plus multiple hand sanitising stations for guests to use.

For the full list of films, to book tickets and watch the Be Showcase Safe video, visit https://www.showcasecinemas.co.uk/

Showcase Cinema in Bargeddie sets reopening date .
Tickets will be £5 for the cinema's first customers since its lockdown closure.New protection measures put in place by the cinema chain include self-scan entry points to use with tickets booked online, showings being spread out throughout each day and reduced numbers of people being admitted to each cinema to allow for cleaning and social distancing respectively, plus the installation of air-purifying systems and use of anti-viral spray on every seat.

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