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Friday, July 19, 2024

Regent Cinema invests for the future

The Regent Cinema on Church Street, Blackpool is looking to build on the success of its first year of trading by installing a new state of the art projector and sound system to enhance the viewing pleasure of its customers this month.

The new projector will give a far crisper and brighter image with the speaker system being upgraded to full surround sound.

Richard Taylor, owner of the Regent commented, “We are really looking to put The Regent on the map this year as an alternative tourist attraction for Blackpool. We have a fantastic antiques and craft centre downstairs and with the new projector and sound system in the cinema it will really compliment the natural charm of this grand old building.

The new projector will be installed ready for the showing of Terminator on the 25th August.

The Regent Cinema will be looking to host its own film festival next year and this latest investment will give it the tools to achieve this.  Matt Holder, manager of the cinema said, “We are really excited about the festival next year. Final plans are now underway and it is taking shape.  The only stumbling block seems to be the catchy name so if any of the readers have a good idea please let us know.”

Tickets for the cinema are available in The Regent or online at www.regentcinemablackpool.co.uk



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