Cineworld Speke opens August 10th

Cineworld is one of the UK’s leading cinema chains, and today they have officially announced their Speke cinema will be opening Friday, 10th August 2018. The new cinema is located in the New Mersey Shopping Park, will have an impressive 11 auditoria with a top of the line screen, including Superscreen the cinema’s largest screen.

Superscreen offers state-of-the-art laser projection and sound and includes a wall to wall, ceiling-high screen and breath-taking multidimensional Dolby Atmos sound.

All screens will deliver crystal-clear laser projected images and the most powerful digital sound systems which are perfect to watch all the upcoming blockbusters including “The Meg” and “Ant-Man And The Wasp” both of which will be showing on the big screen this weekend. Moviegoers also have the chance to get their hands on something from the menu of Starbuck’s cafe or an ice cold treat from the Baskin Robbins ice cream counter along with their traditional Pick and Mix selection.

Andrew Starkie the General Manager of Cineworld Speke said; We’re thrilled to be opening Cineworld Speke on Friday 10th August. With such an exciting line-up of films, like The Meg and Ant-Man and The Wasp, we can’t wait to open our doors and welcome the local community to share our love of film.”

Cineworld visitors can also take advantage of some great offers that are available at the cinema, including discounted Movies for Juniors screenings which will cost just £2.50 for selected weekend mornings and school holidays along with students able to get an NUS Student discount.

Also available is Cineworld Unlimited which will cost £17.90 per month (£20.40 for London West End), the Unlimited card also gives users some brilliant benefits including 10% off all snacks and drinks rising to 25% off in your second year, also 25% off a restaurant partners, free months when you recommend friends and best of all access to advance screenings nationwide.

 

Chris "The Boss" Wilson

Chris is a self confessed movie junkie, his favourite film is A Nightmare On Elm Street, yes the 84 version obviously!

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