Ritz Cinema completes refurbishment of main screen
Ritz Cinema has this month re-opened its main screen following a
1 and 2 were created in 2016 with new seats and decoration, but
screen 1 has not been updated since the Ritz Cinema in Burnham's
Victoria Street was re-opened approximately 13 years ago.
work has been underway to refurbish the largest screen with new
seats, a new sound system and new lighting, as well as new flooring
also now have an alcohol license, so we are selling a selection
of wines, beers and spirits for people to enjoy while watching a
film at The Ritz - and we also continue to sell hot and cold drinks,
sweets and snacks," owner Pat Scott told Burnham-On-Sea.com.
changes should make a visit to The Ritz even more enjoyable, especially
as our ticket prices remain at £4.00 each, except for special
screenings such as the broadcasts from The Royal Opera House or
other theatres across the UK."
continue to show a good selection of the latest films as well as
special screenings such as Matthew Bournes ballet Cinderella
and the film Dam Busters with a presentation from The Albert Hall
to celebrate 75 years since the daring raid. Both screenings will
be held in May at The Ritz Cinema."
Chamber Of Trade has welcomed the latest upgrade with a spokesman
saying: "The Ritz Cinema provides wonderful modern facilities
in the centre of our town - a marvellous asset to Burnham."
Burnham Ritz Cinema team with John Edwards of the Chamber of Trade