New cinema to open.
The Theatre Royal Windsor has announced the opening of The Windsor Picturehouse which will shows films alongside their theatre programme.
Set within the theatre’s intimate and cosy auditorium, with a cinema screen that covers the majority of the stage, The Windsor Picturehouse promises a sense of nostalgia as it transports you back to the days when a trip to the flicks was a special occasion to remember.
Theatre Royal Windsor’s Executive Director, Roger Richardson, comments, "We’re very excited to launch The Windsor Picturehouse at Theatre Royal Windsor as currently film fans have to travel to Maidenhead, Slough or Staines. It seems rather apt that a Windsor cinema should be hosted by the theatre given that the building was used as a cinema in the 1920s."
The Windsor Picturehouse launches on Sunday 6 October with screenings of the Disney classic ALADDIN to celebrate this year’s panto, Baz Luhrmann’s spectacular MOULIN ROUGE and the action thriller INCEPTION. Between now and the launch, the cinema is offering halfprice annual membership entitling patrons to £1 tickets on launch day and exclusive ticket discounts and offers for the rest of the year.