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CINEPLEX OPENS FOR BUSINESS IN IPSWICH

Cineplex Redbank have already opened their doors with the eight cinemas screening ahead of schedule, in time for the Easter school holiday rush with the Deluxe Lounge and Cinema Café official ribbon cutting two weeks later attended by the Mayor of Ipswich, Councillor Paul Pisasale and Managing Director of Retail First, Steven Bridges.

The Cineplex boasts eight cinemas with sleek and sophisticated interiors including deluxe reclining chairs in every cinema. The “Deluxe Cinema” is fully equipped, fitted entirely with luxurious reclining chairs and is completely licensed. Linked to the Deluxe Cinema is the Deluxe Lounge where patrons can wine and dine before or after their movie as well as order food and drinks to arrive during a screening. The Deluxe Lounge offers an exclusive menu and is also licensed with a fully equipped bar providing a very DELUXE overall experience!

An innovative addition to the cinema precinct is the trendy cafe accessible to not just movie-goers, but to all shopping centre patrons, creating a new dining destination independent of the movie experience.

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