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Movie theatres come to life after COVID-19

Landmark Cinemas brings back classic faves to St. Albert starting Friday.
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St. Albert's Landmark Cinemas reopens on Friday, June 26, sporting a new look. Staff will be wearing masks, standing behind plastic barriers and following Alberta Health Services' protocols to restrict COVID-19.

Several movie theatres are opening in the Edmonton metropolitan region this weekend following a three-month hiatus imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

St. Albert’s Landmark Cinemas restarts its digital projectors on Friday, June 26, in hope of once more recreating that big-screen experience many film buffs have sorely missed.

In partnership with some of North American’s leading film distributors, the eight-screen cinema reopens with 17 revivals and fan favourites ranging from Trolls World Tour, Doolittle, Goonies and Jurassic Park to Invisible Man, Jaws, Knives Out and The Avengers.

Seating capacity is at 50 per cent and staff will follow Alberta Health Service’s designated safety protocols and disinfecting procedures.

The facility is offering discount tickets priced $5.00 every day and $2.99 on Tuesdays. Movie-goers are encouraged to purchase tickets online at landmarkcinemas.com or on the Atom app. Full details are available at www.landmarkcinemas.com/5moviedeal.

 


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