ODEON cinemas have confirmed that al 11 of their cinemas will reopen on Monday, June 7.
Cinemas are permitted to reopen on Monday but while some, such as the Light House in Dublin, are choosing to hang on a few weeks, ODEON are coming straight out of the blocks. In a statement, the company confirmed that all their cinemas in Dublin, namely Point Village, Stillorgan, Coolock, Blanchardstown and Charlestown, as well as the ones in Waterford, Limerick, Cavan, Portlaoise, Naas, Newbridge will be welcoming guests on Monday.
The statement said that "There is a host of new films hitting the big screen on opening day including Peter Rabbit 2:The Runaway, Cruella and A Quiet Place 2. Whatever is being shown on the big screen, the joy of watching it at ODEON is unparalleled, with the biggest screens, tastiest treats (cheesy nachos anyone?) the best acoustics and the most comfortable seats."
Carol Welch, Managing Director of ODEON Cinemas Group UK, Ireland added: “I am delighted to be welcoming guests back to experience the joy of the big screen at ODEON on Monday 7th June when all our cinemas reopen in Ireland. We’ve all missed the magic that the cinema brings to movie watching and we know our guests are excited about coming back."
More information and ticket details can be found here.