The pandemic has caused disruptions to global economic activity and severely impacted the entertainment industry. Movie theatres and production studios around the world temporarily closed after restrictions were imposed.
With already less than a handful of theatres in Singapore, homegrown cinema operator Filmgarde will be closing down their Bugis+ and Century Square cinemas citing changing trends and decline in overall cinema attendance.
According to Filmgarde’s latest announcement, the Bugis+ outlet has been operating for close to 13 years and will be screening movies for the last time on 3 February, right after the Chinese New Year holidays.
The Century Square outlet is slated to close sometime in end-March later this year.
What to watch?
Want to catch a movie one last time at Bugis but not sure what to watch? Here are some of the latest titles that are screening.
Reunion Dinner (团圆饭)
The King’s Man
Spider-Man: No Way Home
The Matrix Resurrections
Be Somebody (扬名立万)
Free Red Packets
Besides enjoying the movies, Filmgarde will also be giving away a free set of themed red packets with designs based on upcoming animation flicks The Bad Guys and Minions 2: The Rise of Gru with any ticket purchase.
Limited to 1 packet per transaction, while stocks last.
- Address: 201 Victoria St, Level 5-01 Bugis+, Singapore 188067
- Nearest MRT Station: Bugis