Thursday, December 1, 2022

Regal Theatres Plan To Reopen Locally on May 21

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WILLIAMSBURG-While Regal Theatres announced its plan to reopen theatres nationwide starting April 2, most Regal cinemas in Virginia won’t reopen until May.

Locally, the Regal Theatre in New Town and the Regal Theatre at Kiln Creek in Newport News are expected to reopen for business on May 21 as well as theatres in Richmond and on the Southside in Suffolk and Virginia Beach.

Movie Tavern in High Street previously announced its reopening plans for April 2 with new safety protocols. AMC Theatres, meanwhile, have been open since last summer including the AMC theatre in Hampton.

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