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Venue: Odean Cinemas Nationwide
Europe’s largest cinema chain, ODEON is delighted to announce it will begin reopening cinemas in Ireland from Monday 13th July with new health and safety measures in place. Three ODEON cinemas - ODEON Limerick, ODEON Blanchardstown and ODEON Coolock will be the first to open their doors to big screen fans with the remaining eight ODEON cinemas open by July 20th. With some great summer blockbusters only around the corner such as Mulan and Christopher Nolan’s Tenet at the end of July, film fans can purchase tickets from June 25th online at www.odeoncinemas.ie.
To ensure guests can enjoy the ODEON safer cinema experience in the most controlled environment, ODEON has worked with the relevant Government bodies including the HSE to introduce enhanced health and safety measures to each site. These safety measure include:
A contactless experience, including booking online and contactless ticket checks in cinema and contactless till payment for paying for food and drink.
A range of ‘Grab & Go’ pre-packaged food and drinks to improve speed of service.
A Safer Space:
Limited seats for sale for each show and guaranteed unoccupied seats between guests to meet social distancing guidelines whilst enabling family groups and social bubbles to sit together.
Staggered show time starts to reduce queues with safe queuing measures in place such as floor marking and cinema staff support.
Newly serviced air conditioning that ensures fresh air is delivered into all screens.
Enhanced Cleaning By Well Trained Teams:
More frequent cleaning routines on all high contact areas of the cinema guest journey.
Guest sanitizer stations offering complimentary sanitizing gels and wipes.
Teams diligently trained on safety and hygiene measures, equipped with PPE including face vizors and gloves.
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