OmniplexMAXX Opens Friday As Part Of €600,000 Investment In Tralee Omniplex

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Here’s what the OmniplexMAXX seating will look like in Tralee.

THE seats are in and it’s ready to go.

Tomorrow will see the opening of the new OmniplexMAXX screen in Tralee as part of an investment of €600,000 by Omniplex Cinemas. This will be the 15th OmniplexMAXX screen location in the Republic of Ireland.

The foyer and shop are also being renovated and the first movie on the new screen is scheduled for tomorrow at 4.20pm when the new ‘Lego Batman Movie’ will be shown. Later Jamie Dornan will be popping out at MAXX cinemagoers in ‘Fifty Shades Darker’.

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The new and spacious auditorium hosts three hundred at full capacity, all experiencing the phenomenal visual and aural delight from the comfort of bespoke red leather rocker chairs.

You will pay a bit more for the experience. The ‘Fifty Shades Darker’ MAXX screening costs €11.90 for an adult, compared to €9.90 for the regular screening of the movie tomorrow night. The ‘Lego Batman Movie’ will cost a child €7.10 compared to €6.70 for the 5.30pm showing. For the pricing, check out

Speaking about the opening of the new OmniplexMAXX Tralee, Mark Anderson, Managing Director of Omniplex Group said; “We are delighted to continue our roll out of Omniplex MAXX screens nationwide.  OmniplexMAXX brings the best in cinema to our audiences, focusing on the three S’s: ‘Screens’, ‘Seats’ and ‘Sound’.  Cinema is not simply about watching movies.  With OmniplexMAXX it becomes a completely immersive film experience and now Tralee can claim one of the best cinema experience offerings in the country.”

Omniplex MAXX provides the ultimate cinema experience available, immersing the viewer in the movie using three key senses; sight, sound and feel.

With a new, curved auditorium for optimal viewing pleasure, OmniplexMAXX features a giant silver screen, 15.5 metres wide and 9 metres high, with HD Digital projection.  This is combined with state of the art Dolby Atmos sound system, filling the room with ‘moving audio’ which flows around each and every spectator.

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