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Movie Theatres Will Reopen in Williamsburg in April

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WILLIAMSBURG-Both movie theatres in the Williamsburg area are expected to reopen for business in April.

High Street’s Movie Tavern is planning a reopening on April 2. Face masks will be required except while eating and drinking. Social distancing will also be in place. Patrons are encouraged to purchase tickets online in advance.

Movie Tavern reopened for a short period of time a few months ago but closed again due to the limited number of theatrical releases as a result of the covid-19 pandemic.

Regal also announced plans to reopen its theatres nationwide beginning April 2. An official date for reopening has not been scheduled yet for the Regal Cinema located in New Town.

AMC theatres, meanwhile, have been open since last summer including the AMC location in Hampton.

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