Lights! Camera! Savings! The movies are back. Many cinemas opening their doors are instating policies that keep patrons safe as well as offering enticing discounts. See savings at Cinebistro at Stony Point, AMC Dine In Midlothian, Bowtie Cinemas and The Byrd Theatre.
⭐️ Brand new movies and classic favorites are screening at Bowtie cinema on Arthur Ashe Boulevard seven days a week.
The Byrd Theatre Movies $10 per person – edgy, foreign, funky, classic, provocative and second run shows in a classic setting at 2908 W. Cary St, Richmond. The Byrd Theatre is offering limited tickets for in-person screenings at the historic cinema, some with a nostalgic, comedic and ironic bent.
Tues. April 13 at 7pm: Vertigo
⭐️ AMC Dine-In Midlothian 10, is open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays with AMC Safe & Clean policies.
⭐️ Dust off those Regal gift cards. Regal cinemas in this area my be reopening soon. Learn more here: http://regmovi.es/reopening
⭐️ Cinemas offering virtual pay per view streaming screenings in your living room:
•Byrd Theatre art movies you can screen from home through their Virtual Cinema: https://byrdtheatre.org/virtual-screening-room/
OTHER CINEMAS AROUND RICHMOND
*CURRENTLY CLOSED* Cinematheque film screenings presented by VCUarts Cinema are back at the Grace Street Theater on select Tuesday evenings this fall. Cinematheque regularly programs and presents a variety of films on selected Tuesday nights at 7pm at The Grace Street Theater. The majority of these films are 35mm print projections and all screenings are FREE of charge and open to the public.
*CURRENTLY CLOSED* Henrico Theatre – Movies are just $1 and they also have lots of special events. Refreshments available for just $1 each. And check out the Henrico Live! movies for just $10.
*CINEMA CURRENTLY CLOSED* Institute of Contemporary Art Film Series -Work by independent filmmakers from Richmond and beyond. FREE
*CINEMA CURRENTLY CLOSED* University of Richmond International Film Series – Now in its 31st season, the International Film Series (IFS) offers Richmond audiences access to expert-curated, contemporary and classic films from around the world, uniquely paired with commentary and audience discussion. FREE and open to the public, all films are screened in their original language with English subtitles. Friday afternoon screenings feature live introductions and faculty-led post-film discussion.
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AMC Theaters – Seniors 60-plus can save up to 30% on regular admission at most AMC Theatres and up to 60% on Tuesday Senior Days offered at select locations. Showcase Cinemas offers a discounted $6 admission for the 60-plus crowd on Senior Wednesdays. Senior day discounts at Cinemark theaters vary by location.
Ticketmaster – Members save on tickets to select shows and events. Offers include 2-for-1 tickets, Me + 3 (4-packs) and events with select tickets under $40.
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