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Cinemas reopening in Scotland: When will cinemas reopen, what are the rules and what movies will be out?
As we look forward to watching a host of cinematic wonders across the big screen, here is all you need to know about when cinemas across Scotland will reopen, what rules movie lovers will have to follow and what movies we can expect to see this year. © Cinemas are expected to reopen in Scotland on May 17 (Photo by JUSTIN TALLIS/AFP via Getty Images). With blockbuster favourites expected to hit the big screen this year, people across Scotland are excited to grab their popcorn and head back to picture houses across the country.
Deconformation continues with a lightening of the constraints for cinemas. Curves, gauges, sale of popcorn ... everything you need to know this 9th June 2021.
this Wednesday 9 June 2021 marks entry into the third phase of deconformation with a new lightening of restrictions. The curfew thus passes from 9pm to 11pm, everywhere in France. A decision that is not without consequence for movie theaters since they will be able to increase their opening hourly amplitude and thus reprogram the evening start session, so dear to the public.
As it was only 35% since May 19, the reopening of the cinemas, the maximum spectator gauge is today extended to 65% of the capacity of the institutions. With "a physical distancing of an armchair between each individual viewer or each group of six spectators maximum". These constraints should end on June 30 with curfew and sanitary conditions permit.
Cinemas in Scotland: 10 films playing at Scottish cinemas this month - including Willy Wonka, Lord of the Rings, Cruella
A host of new releases and classic movies are set to be screened at Scottish cinemas this month as film halls get ready to pull back their velvet curtains from May 17.While some releases have been rescheduled for later in the year, there is still a range of exciting new movies, coupled with some stone-cold classics and much-loved motion pictures set to be screened ahead of the grand re-opening of Scottish cinema.
Completed The ban on candies, popcorn, snacks ... lovers of confectionery of all kinds will be able to consume it in interior spaces and during the sessions. Regarding on-site catering, it is managed according to the health protocol that applies for bars and restaurants with the famous 50% accessibility threshold.
, on the other hand, what does not change, it is the wearing of the mask that, it remains mandatory inside the cinema and throughout the session, for the spectators of 11 years and over, and "recommended for children Between 6 and 11 years old "as the FNCF indicates.
COVID: curfew rise Sunday, announcement Jean CASTEX .
© AFP Firewatch at 23h will be lifted from Sunday, June 20, announced Jean Castex on Wednesday at the end of the Council of Ministers. The curfew at 23h will be lifted from Sunday, June 20, announced Jean Castex Wednesday at the end of the Council of Ministers.