Cineworld has announced that it will temporarily close all of the country’s 101 locations, and Picturehouse, owned by Cineworld, will close 26 sites around the UK.
“This is not a decision we have taken lightly and we have done everything in our power to support safe and sustainable reopenings in all our markets.”This is not a decision we have taken lightly and we have done everything we can to encourage safe and sustainable reopenings in all our markets.
On Friday, owing to the Covid 19 pandemic, the release of the Bond film ‘No Time To Die’ was postponed for the second time.
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In a statement, Cineworld said, “Without these new releases, Cineworld cannot offer customers in both the U.S. and the U.K. – the company’s primary markets – the range of strong commercial films necessary for them to consider returning to theaters against the backdrop of Covid-19.”
We take a look at all the cinemas closing at Cineworld and Picturehouse in Scotland:
Aberdeen – Ties of Queens
Aberdeen – The Square of Union
Dundee a Dundee
Glasgow – At the GSC IMAX
Glasgow – Parkhead, Parkhead
Glasgow – Lane Renfrew
Glasgow – Silverburn Silver
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Edinburgh – Cameo Cameo