Port Talbot’s Apollo cinema happens to be bought because of the Vue cinema string, but it is nonetheless start to make future programs for the Port Talbot multiplex based on a Vue spokeswoman.
The future of all 14 Apollo cinema outlets over the UNITED KINGDOM was indeed in doubt early in the day this current year, but Vue Cinemas, which already owns 71 cinemas in four nations, stepped in to find the business nearly a couple of weeks ago.
Now they state the cinemas have a brilliant future under their brand new proprietors, although they have actually rejected to be attracted on any plans.
The spokeswoman said: “This is start when it comes to future programs, however we could confirm that Apollo had an uncertain future and Vue features stepped in to offer a much better opportunity to secure a permanent future for cinema.”
“It’s therefore business as always.”
In April, the Port Talbot Apollo ended up being the environment for world premiere of The Gospel Of Us, the film of this Passion, which starred Baglan star Michael Sheen. The cinema is among the only busy buildings into the Hollywood Park development on Aberavon seafront, and is really the only cinema in Port Talbot.
No day has been set for changing title for the Apollo in Port Talbot, but Tim Richards, CEO of Vue, said: “The combination of the two circuits will enable the 14 Apollo internet sites to rapidly undertake and provide Vue’s considerable and popular variety of ‘Vuenique’ products and services directed at delivering the best possible cinema knowledge to our clients.”