Letchworth’s Broadway Cinema ‘working on reopening plans’ following July 4 announcement
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Following yesterday’s announcement that many UK cinemas are expected to reopen from July 4, the Broadway Cinema in Letchworth has said it is “keen to open as soon as possible.”
A Heritage Foundation spokesperson said that returning staff have already begun working on “reopening plans behind the scenes,” to make the Broadway Cinema a “COVID-19 safe environment.”
All theatre shows and event cinema screenings up until August 31 have been cancelled, and cinema staff will be contacting customers – starting with the shows that were cancelled first – to resume refunding tickets.
Ticketholders are reminded that they do not need to contact the cinema, as staff will be in touch directly.
A spokesperson for the cinema said: “We cannot thank you enough for your patience during this time. We are an independent cinema and theatre, and the support we have received has been overwhelming.
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“We are truly grateful and cannot wait to welcome you back very soon. Please keep an eye on our social media for further updates and announcements.”
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