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 Following many years of listening to local cinema-goers and the general public about whether to build a new cinema screen, at the Picturedrome, the fourth screen is finally on its way. The near £1m project financed by Bognor Regis Town Council, who own the building, is scheduled for completion in April 2018. When complete, the new fourth screen will be a state of the art, 110 seat auditorium, seamlessly linked to the rest of Bognor Regis' hugely popular picture house, with the latest digital sound and projection plus sumptuous luxury seating.

At the moment, demolition work is going on at the back of the cinema to make way for the new screen which was slightly delayed due to having to undertake work on a temporary fire escape. That has now all been sorted, thanks to the support of the owner of the Regis Burger restaurant, who has allowed the fire escape to run past part of his premises. The next step will then be to lay foundations and drainage followed by steel construction work. We will provide regular updates so that you can follow the progress of this exciting project.

Picturedome being built

Picturedoem being built

Picturedrome Cinemas' Managing Director, Adam Cunard, said "Adding a fourth screen to the Picturedrome is another part of the Town's regeneration and will act as a magnet to bring local and outside visitors to Bognor Regis. We aim to provide a first-class cinema experience to all our customers and with four screens on offer, that experience will only get better."