Over 100 cinemas to close, including some famous ones

Now cinemas are going down as well, the pandemic has actually damaged a great number of industries, which, when combined with the rising cost of living and other issues, have never fully recovered. In addition, going to the cinema is something that can be easily neglected since it is possible to see movies, even the newest ones, at home through the use of streaming services.

Cineworld has announced that it would be closing a number of theatres in the United Kingdom this year. They were awarded a large quantity of money as a result of their decision to declare bankruptcy in the United States the previous year.

They are also going to close busy Cineworld complexes; nevertheless, the corporation is searching for someone to acquire the property as soon as possible since the prices are too high. In addition to that, they are going to shut down the theatre in Leicester Square as well as the cinema on Glasgow’s Renfrew Street, which is the world’s tallest cinema and has 18 screens.

There will be a loss of movie theatres in the following areas of London: Bexleyheath, Enfield, Feltham, Hounslow, Ilford, Leicester Square, South Ruislip, The O2, Wandsworth, Wembley, West India Quay, and Wood Green.

Cineworld provides patrons with a variety of alternatives, each of which contribute to an exceptional cinematic experience. Despite the fact that it offers a vast range of movies, including those in 3D and the most recent blockbuster releases, this was not sufficient.

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