Tivoli Cinema in Cheltenham announces when it is opening

Cheltenham’s highly anticipated new boutique cinema has finally revealed when it will open its doors.

It’s one of the most highly anticipated openings in the town – and now Tivoli Cinema has announced when it will open its doors in Cheltenham.

The new boutique cinema at Regent Arcade is set to open on Friday 24 September 2021, just in time for the release of the latest James Bond film No Time To Die.

Moviegoers can expect state-of-the-art technology and a sumptuous interior, with high-tech laser projection and sofa seating in all four of its auditoriums. The Cheltenham cinema will also have a 32-seater private screening room available to hire.

There will be a café and bar offering luxury versions of classic cinema dishes too, like wild boar hot dogs; hand-stretched sourdough pizzas; and gourmet burgers – with food available to enjoy in lounge areas or during screenings on your own individual table between seats.

As well as the latest blockbusters, Tivoli Cinema will also be showing arthouse and independent films – with the venue promising to be a ‘laid-back and charismatic neighbourhood destination’.

CEO of Tivoli, Justin Ribbons, said: ‘We are incredibly excited to finally be bringing TIVOLI to the heart of Cheltenham. We look forward to welcoming our guests to the venue, in time for the release of the next and highly anticipated instalment of James Bond: No Time to Die.’

By Chloe Gorman

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Thursday 02 September 2021

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