For those of us who have watched every Netflix series available, a chance to sit in front of the big screen once more sounds very appealing.
According to the government’s exit strategy, cinemas in England could reopen in a month’s time.
Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland have yet to announce their provisional dates, but chains Cineworld and Odeon are optimistic that in July, they will be able to welcome audiences across the UK. CEO of Vue, Tim Richards, even said theatres will experience a demand “like we’ve never seen before”.
Is this wishful thinking or will UK cinema’s emerge from lockdown only lightly scathed?