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Cineworld at Gloucester Quays and Cheltenham's Brewery Quarter reveal re-opening dates

After PM Boris Johnson confirmed the further relaxation of lockdown yesterday, Cineworld Cinemas has announced the re-opening date for its sites in England.

The Group has said that its cinemas, including those at Gloucester Quays and Cheltenham's Brewery Quarter, will open their doors on May 19 to customers in England.

It added that re-opening dates for venues in Scotland and Wales will be announced in due course.

A statement read: "We are excited to announce that our cinemas in England will re-open on May 19. We will announce the re-opening of our remaining cinemas in due course.

"At Cineworld our main priority remains the safety of our customers and employees. We of course follow all instructions and regulations of the local authorities and current government guidelines and regulations.

"We know how much you've been missing the cinema and we are excited to welcome you back to Cineworld soon. With great films ahead, including Peter Rabbit 2, Those Who Wish Me Dead, The Unholy, The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, A Quiet Place: Part II and many more, we can't wait to be back and serve you as the best place to watch a movie."

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