Sutton’s Empire announces date for re-opening of brand new cinema

Empire Cinemas, the UK’s largest independently-owned cinema chain, has today announced that their brand new Sutton cinema will open its doors on the 9th of February 2018 following a multimillion pound building project.
The state-of-the-art complex will begin welcoming guests on the 9th of February.  With the latest design-led foyer, featuring brand new chill spaces, customers will be treated to the widest choice of films in the area.  Once inside the auditoria guests have the opportunity to enjoy luxury as standard seating or upgrade their seats to one of the double sofas or electric recliners for the ultimate viewing experience.  With 10 luxury auditoria including two of Empire Cinemas large format IMPACT® screens featuring Dolby ATMOS, alongside D-BOX, where your cinema seat is synchronised to the film and mimics movements and vibrations on screen, there really will be something for everyone! Keep an eye out for upcoming competitions ahead of the opening for your chance to win tickets to the exclusive preview night and the chance to win a screening for you and your friends!
Justin Ribbons, CEO of Empire Cinemas commented: ‘We are thrilled to be opening Empire Cinemas Sutton following an extensive building project. Customers will be able enjoy the very best in big screen entertainment, from luxury seating options to our unmissable IMPACT® and D-Box® screens. We look forward to welcoming cinema goers to our brand new St Nicholas Centre cinema for an unparalled viewing experience in February 2018.’


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