The Plaza Cinema & Media Arts Heart in Patchogue will reopen Thanksgiving weekend with screenings of Kenneth Branagh’s “Belfast.”
The semi-autobiographical drama a couple of boy rising up in Northern Eire in 1969, has been a essential success and is thought to be a robust Oscar contender. The two p.m. screening on Nov. 26 will turn into the Plaza’s first since closing in March 2020 on the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
With its reopening announcement, the Plaza joins a handful of native cinemas which can be getting again to enterprise or have introduced plans to take action. The Sag Harbor Cinema reopened in April following an extended renovation. The Herricks Cinemas, operated by Bow Tie Cinemas in New Hyde Park, relaunched Nov. 14. Huntington’s Cinema Arts Centre, one of many oldest art-house theaters within the nation, just lately introduced that it will reopen Feb. 4 with new seats, carpeting and lighting.
The Plaza, a nonprofit venue, has promised to increase all memberships via October. Tickets for most people are $9. “Belfast” is scheduled to run via Dec. 9.