Movie-goers can benefit from the splendour of the silver display screen in a North Lanarkshire city for the primary time in round 40 years this weekend when a brand new state-of-the-art cinema opens its doorways to the general public.
The Lanternhouse in Cumbernauld will open its cinema on Saturday, April 30, bringing the most recent new releases and greatest film experiences.
With capital help from Screen Scotland, Cumbernauld Theatre Trust has been capable of buy DCI (Digital Cinema Initiatives) compliant cinema audio and projection gear and screens for the aim constructed 83-seat cinema and for the principle home auditorium.
A earlier picture-house within the city, County Cinema, opened in 1978 however lasted just a few years earlier than persevering with life as a bingo corridor.
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The long-awaited opening of Lanternhouse cinema is a serious improvement and asset for Cumbernauld’s cinema-going group, and it’s hoped that the reasonably priced pricing obtainable will scale back boundaries and supply higher entry to a wide-ranging programme of movies and dwell arts occasion broadcasts.
The cinema’s opening programme from Saturday, 30 April would be the newest launch from Universal, Downton Abbey: A New Era and for youthful audiences, there may even be daytime screenings of animated journey film The Bad Guys.
In addition to the most recent movie releases, Cumbernauld Theatre Trust and its cinema programmer companions Indy, may even be programming additional particular occasions, silver and relaxed screenings and household movie membership alternatives.
Sarah Price, Chief Executive of Cumbernauld Theatre Trust, stated: “We are so excited to be finally opening the doors of the Lanternhouse cinema and with such an exciting offering of major new releases too! This is a great place for local people to enjoy, we want everyone to feel welcomed and comfortable and will be doing our uppermost this weekend to ensure everyone has a good time”.
To rejoice the much-anticipated opening of Lanternhouse cinema, on Saturday, 30 April and Sunday, 1 May, the cinema have a two for one provide, so for each ticket (full or concession) purchased for any screening, you’ll obtain one other ticket freed from cost. This provide solely applies to the opening weekend screenings and will likely be robotically utilized when clients guide on-line, in individual, or by telephoning.
Tickets are actually on sale on-line at lanternhousearts.org and by telephoning the Box Office: 01236 732887.
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