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New dedicated event cinema screen added at Cineplex Langley

Theatre will now offer daily showings of cultural experiences, including live theatre, dance and more

Langley residents can now travel abroad and take in the latest plays from the National Theatre, or visit world-renowned art galleries, without having to leave Walnut Grove.

Cineplex Cinemas has added a dedicated event cinema screen to its theatre in Langley, where unique cultural experiences will be showcased daily.

The Langley location is one of only 22 theatres across the country to have this option.

The event cinema series include stage, concerts and music, classic film, In the Gallery, dance, family favourites, anime, travel and The Met Operas. There will also be special, limited engagement presentations, holiday programming, rare archival episodes from popular television shows, and more.

“We have been seeing an increased demand for events cinema programming and are thrilled that a dedicated events screen is now open in Langley,” said Brad LaDouceur, vice president of event cinema for Cineplex.

“Our goal is to provide our guests with acclaimed and exclusive content from around the world with the added convenience of additional performances throughout the week. If you cannot go to London or New York, you can enjoy these brilliant performances on the big screen from the comfort of your local Cineplex theatre seven days a week.”

Upcoming Cineplex events programming for fall 2018 at Cineplex Cinemas Langley includes:


From the Stratford Festival in Ontario to the National Theatre in London and Broadway, the popular Stage Series brings world-class theatre productions and acclaimed performances, captured live from some of the world’s best theatre companies.

An American in Paris: The Musical — Sept. 20, 22, 23 and 26

King Lear: National Theatre Live — Sept. 27, Oct. 21, 24 and Nov. 24

An Ideal Husband — Sept. 29 and Oct. 3

Julie: National Theatre Live — Oct. 13, 16, 17 and 18

Frankenstein: National Theatre Live — Oct. 21, 22, 24, 28, and 29

Funny Girl: The Musical — Limited engagement begins Oct. 24

MGC Presents: Red — Limited engagement begins Nov. 7

The Importance of Being Earnest — Nov. 8 and Dec. 9

Everybody’s Talking About Jamie — Limited engagement begins Nov. 15


For $6.99 per ticket or $5 for three or more films, the Classic Film Series gives movie-goers the opportunity to revisit time-honoured favourites the way they were meant to be seen — on the big screen and shared with an audience. These pillars of Hollywood cinema are not to be missed on the silver screen. Upcoming screenings include:

The Apartment — Sept. 12, 14, 16, 17 and 18

Psycho — Oct. 12, 14, 15, 16 and 17

Planes, Trains and Automobiles — Nov. 4, 5, 9, 13, 14


In the Gallery series provides art lovers unprecedented access into the lives and works of renowned master artists with a cinematic, inside look at the world’s greatest works of art and art exhibitions.

Salvador Dalí: In Search of Immortality — Oct. 3

Klimt & Schiele: Eros and Psyche — Nov. 7

Degas: Passion for Perfection — Nov. 26


Audiences can now experience stunning performances captured live from world-renowned dance companies, including the Bolshoi Ballet in Moscow and The Royal Ballet, from the comfort of their local theatre.

The Australian Ballet: The Merry Widow — Sept. 19 and 30

The Bolshoi Ballet — Season begins Nov. 11


For $2.99 on Saturday mornings, the whole family can enjoy their favourite film on the big screen. It’s a fun and affordable way to enjoy the weekend with the family and a portion of the proceeds goes towards supporting WE Charity.

Secret Life of Pets — Sept. 8

E.T. The Extra -Terrestrial — Sept. 15

Show Dogs — Sept. 22

Wonder — Sept. 29

Goosebumps — Oct. 20

Hotel Transylvania 3 — Oct. 27


Launched by the New York Metropolitan Opera, the series of opera performances are transmitted live in high-definition to movie theatres around the world. First introduced in December 2006, the series is aired in more than 70 countries and on over 2,000 screens, including 110 Cineplex theatres in communities large and small across Canada.

Aida — Live on Oct. 6 with encores in November 2018

Samson et Dalila — Live on Oct. 20 with encores in November 2018

La Faniculla del West — Live on Oct. 27 with encores in January 2019

Marnie — Live on Nov. 10 with encores in January 2019


Music-lovers can visit cinemas across Canada for music documentaries, concert films and music movies where they can celebrate their favourite artists with other fans.

Jonas Kaufmann: Under the Stars — Sept. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5

Edinburgh Military Tattoo — Oct. 28

Tickets are available at the theatre box office or online at

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