The Plaza Cinema in Waterloo is set to re-open on the 31st July, they wanted to update you on the changes they have made for customer safety.
Before the virus they allowed people just to turn up to get their tickets, unfortunately they will only be operating one till to keep the people in the foyer to a minimum, so they will be pre-selling tickets for all films.
The reason is because it will firstly keep potential queues down, and the capacity of the screens has been reduced from the following:
SCREEN 1 Downstairs | 216 seats to 98 seats
SCREEN 1 Upstairs | 380 seats to 135 seats
SCREEN 2 | 92 seats to 44 seats
SCREEN 3 | 92 seats to 44 seats
Therefore they plan to open the Box Office from 10am to 12.30pm each morning, up to Thursday to buy your tickets. They would ask that you pay contactless were possible, vouchers are also accepted.
Will remain closed and utilised for queuing, and they ask that you queue by standing on the white lines already in place, please be advised to bring an umbrella or coat if the weather is bad
A member of staff will be located on the entrance to the door to guide people in, two marked spaces are available to wait and this will allow two groups or couples at any given time.
On purchasing tickets you will be allocated seats to sit in, please ensure you sit in the correct seats, also please be advised that customers will rip their own tickets prior to going in screen, ushers will be available to assist.
All seats marked off must not be removed as this is part of the Social Distancing strategy that they are adhering to.
They may have some tickets available prior to the performance from the Box Office, but they do not take telephone or reserved bookings.
See their website here.