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Palace Cinemas respond to COVID-19
Palace Cinemas have announced the temporary closure of all Palace Cinema locations from Thursday 19th March for an indefinite period to protect both staff and patrons during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. They intend to re-open as soon as circumstances allow, offering the usual selection of quality cinema and much-loved international festivals.
The decision is based on the advice given by the Australian Government (delivered on Wednesday 18th of March) regarding non-essential services and public gathering mandates, as well as having examined safety concerns for patrons and staff.
Palace Cinemas advise “Patrons who have booked online for future sessions will be contacted shortly and offered a returnable form to receive a full-refund. Any Patrons seeking refunds for in-person bookings can email their relevant Palace Cinema location.
“We sincerely thank you all for your patronage and support during this unprecedented time and our excellent staff for their efforts and dedication under challenging circumstances. Rest assured we will be back offering sublime entertainment and a place to indulge and escape when it is safe to do so.
If you wish to continue supporting Palace Cinemas during this time, consider purchasing a premium Palace Movie Club membership or online gift card. But most importantly, stay safe and look after each other, we can’t wait to welcome you back.”
For more information go to www.palacecinemas.com.au/palace-cinemas-response-to-coronavirus/
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