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PICS: Meath is getting a brand new state of the art cinema that costs € 7m

It looks very impressive.

Lights, camera, action! Well, nobody in their right mind would actually say that in a cinema, but the people of Meath will have a new place to watch some of the biggest new releases because a35,000 square feet state-of-the-art outlet is about to be built

The Arc Cinema Navan is set to be built on the expanded site of the city's original cinema at Kennedy Road, which has undergone a complete renovation.

30 new jobs will be created and the total cost to build this luxury cinema will come at a total amount of € 7m.

The Arc Cinema Navan will be a-VIP seating cinema with each auditorium boasting extra-large luxurious rocking leather seats for maximum comfort with stadium-style tiers for a perfect view of every seat.

All screens will use the latest technology with crystal clear digital projection, 3D and high frame rate capability, extra-large screens and powerful Dolby Digital 7.1 surround sound for ultimate film experience.

This six-screen luxury cinema will be the third location for the Arc Cinema chain, with other locations in Drogheda and Wexford.

Pat Mullaney, Center Manager at Navan Town Center, said: "By integrating the 15,000 sq ft former Jesters play center unit, the end result is a much larger and improved leisure offering with direct access to the cinema complex from Navan Town Center and its spacious car park.

He added: "The entire building has been stripped back to the shell and the core and boasts new lifts, foyer, entrance, screens and the luxury leather armchair seats.

"We are very excited to welcome a new neighborhood to the center in such a great, convenient location, and look forward to the opportunities this development will bring to Navan as a whole. We are thrilled with the great customer cinema experience that The Arc Cinema will deliver, right on our doorstep. "

For people living in Meath, those trips to the cinema might be about to change.


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