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New State of the Art Cinemas for Manukau City


9 September 2008

New State of the Art Cinemas for Manukau City

SKYCITY Cinemas Open New Multiplex at Westfield Manukau CITY

SKYCITY Cinemas will open its new flagship 10-screen multiplex at Westfield Manukau City to the public this weekend 13 September 2008.

Revolutionising the cinema experience for the people of Manukau City, SKYCITY’s new multiplex at Westfield Manukau City will offer 1,932 cinema seats, with eight state-of-the-art mainstream auditoria, two premium Cinema Deluxe auditoria, a digital cinema system capable of showing films in 3D, a licensed bar, function room and a Time Out interactive games area.

SKYCITY Cinemas General Manager, Jane Hastings, says “SKYCITY Cinemas Manukau will give the people of Manukau City the ultimate cinema experience providing the very latest in cinema-going comfort, customer service and technology reinforcing that the best way to watch a movie is on the big screen at the cinema.”

“To celebrate the opening, we are sending all residents of Manukau City a range of vouchers offering great deals on tickets and candy bar. Offers include $6.50 child tickets, $30 family passes, $10 adult tickets and free popcorn and Coke upgrades” said Jane Hastings

SKYCITY Cinemas eight mainstream auditoria will offer luxurious extra-wide seating with double-arm rests, generous legroom and stadium seating to give movie-goers unparalleled comfort. Expanding on the traditional cinema experience, the Manukau complex will also boast a licensed bar, function room, as well as a Time Out interactive games area.

Cinema Deluxe comprises two dedicated auditoria seating 78 and 62 guests, respectively. Leather reclining chairs ensure every seat is literally the best in the house. The full-sized auditoria boast wall-to-wall screens and state-of-the-art digital sound, giving guests a big-screen experience in an intimate environment. Guests will have a broad selection of food and dining options, along with a fully-licensed bar featuring a selection of fine wines, beers, soft drinks, juices and coffee.

• SKYCITY Cinemas Manukau at Westfield Manukau City

• Opens 13 September 2008

• Purchase movie tickets in cinema, online through the SKYCITY Cinemas website www.skycitycinemas.co.nz or via the call centre on 302 0002.


• Eight mainstream cinema auditoria, including a 364 seat mega-screen with a screen measuring 20.45m by 8.70m.

• 3D digital cinema system

• Two Cinema Deluxe auditoria, 140 seats in total, and Lounge.

• Combined capacity of 1,932 seats.

• One function rooms and a kids’ birthday party room.

• Licensed bar area.

• Free undercover parking and on a major public transport hub.


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