The Tivoli Theatre. Photo: Aaron Hemens

The Tivoli Theatre. Photo: Aaron Hemens

Creston’s Tivoli Theatre re-opening on Friday

The re-opening feature film is Toy Story, the 1995 computer-animated film starring Tom Hanks and Tim Allen.

The Tivoli Theatre will re-open to the public on Nov. 6, more than seven months after temporarily closing due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The re-opening feature film is Toy Story, the 1995 computer-animated film starring Tom Hanks and Tim Allen. The film is an evening showing scheduled for 7 p.m., from Nov. 6 to 12. There’s also an evening viewing at the same time on Saturday and Sunday, as well as a day-time screening at 2 p.m. for both days.

Doors open half an hour before showtime, with special seat pricing listed at $5.

The theatre is operating at a maximum capacity of 50 people. COVID health and safety measures are also in place, which includes contact tracing, mask-wearing in the lobby and social distancing.

According to theatre owner Bonnie Geddes, the next film she has booked is Christopher Nolan’s Tenet, an action-thriller and sci-fi film released in August.

Future screenings, Geddes said, will be a mix of old and new films, such as Forrest Gump, James Bond, Good Will Hunting and more.

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