Bendigo Cinemas Gold Class manager Hayley Walden-Dickie.Bendigo Cinemas will open its Gold Class screening room on May 20.
Bendigo Cinemas general manager Ron Bolitho said the last upgrade to the cinemas was about 16 years ago.
Recently, the new box office and candy bar was also unveiled.
“So far the renovations have been very well received, the candy bar in particular,” Mr Bolitho said.
But the addition of a gold class is a very exciting prospect for film-lovers.
“It’s been under discussion for quite a while and is now less than a month away,” Mr Bolitho said.
“Gold Class seating can range from 18 to32, depending on size of room. Ours will seat 24.”
The Gold Class cinema will take the place of the cinema 3 and will have food and drink served to you in luxuriousarmchairs.
Hayley Walden-Dickie will manage the Gold Class aspect of the cinemas.
She has a strong background in business operations, particularly in the hospitality area.
“I have lived here in Bendigo for over 30 years and always had a passion for business operations, especially in the hospitality sector,” she said.
“I gaineda lot of experience from owning my own businesses and a passionate desire for customer relations.”
Ms Walden-Dickie said Bendigo Cinemas hoped there would be a wide array of people excited to visit Gold Class.
“We really want to see this as the go-to gift for everybody,” she said,
“People can buygift cards from Bendigo Cinemas at any time from now,and itsuits every gender, age no matter what the occasion.
“It can also be hired for corporatefunctions. We can help people find a package that works for them.”
MsWalden-Dickie said people won’t feel the need to rush to the movieswhen experiencing Gold Classas a lounge with bar offers a place to relax before the film.
“You can come in 45 minutes before your movie and sit in the amazing chairs and have a glass of wine or a coffee,” she said.
“You might want to look at the menu and pre-order food before the movie starts.
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