Capitol 6 Theatre opens doors

The new and improved Capitol 6 Cinemas at the corner of Blanshard and Yates streets opened its doors to moviegoers last week.

  • Nov. 9, 2016 6:00 p.m.

The new and improved Capitol 6 Cinemas at the corner of Blanshard and Yates streets opened its doors to moviegoers last week.

The new theatre now includes 564 luxury recliners and larger screens. Admission prices are $12 for adults (aged 14-64), $10.50 for seniors and $10 for children ages three to 13.

Similar to Cineplex that has discounted prices on Tuesday nights, ticket prices are reduced to $7 for seniors on Mondays and $7.50 on Tuesdays.

The theatre was originally closed three years ago by Empire Company Ltd. For more information and showtimes visit capitol6.ca.

 

 

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