Through David Saint Sernin
Last screenings for one of the oldest cinemas in the city. On October 2, 2021, the Central Colomiers, near Toulouse, will definitely close its doors.
Built in 1982 by a private operator, then bought by the town hall of Colomiers in 1990, the cinema le Central has hosted around 1 million visitors over the past three decades, confirming, year after year, its good place. among local cinemas of an agglomeration very well provided with multiplexes.
Screenings and entertainment, from Thursday
Before lowering the curtain, the Central offers a very rich last week of screenings and events, from Thursday 28 to Saturday 2 October 2021.
Iconic films from the last four decades will be screened:
- 1980s: Dirty Dancing: Wednesday September 29 at 8:30 p.m.
- 1990s: City of Fear: Friday 1uh October at 8:30 p.m.
- 2000s: The fabulous destiny of Amélie Poulain: Thursday September 30 at 8:30 p.m.
- 2010s: La La Land: Saturday October 2 at 8:30 p.m.
Big day saturday
You will also be able to discover The Wolf People and Grandir c’est chouette (Wednesday, September 29) in cine-snack mode.
And also preview films for young audiences (The Wolf and the Lion and The Wolf People: Saturday October 2 at 2:30 p.m.), regional films (Tralala with Mathieu Amalric and Fragile by Emma Benestan: Saturday October 2 at 5:30 p.m. ) and an expected film (Eiffel with Romain Duris: Saturday October 2 at 8:30 p.m.).
A festive evening
Friday October 1, a festive evening will be offered with a theater / BD / cinema improv match. Three actors and a musician react live to the spectators’ proposals. Each sketch will be improvised according to the themes of the audience. Only one instruction: the cinema! The evening will be free, but it will be necessary to reserve.
On All Saints’ Day, a new cinema
The end of the Central does not mean the end of local cinema in Colomiers. From the All Saints holidays, from October 23, Le Grand Central, which will offer five rooms and 762 seats, will take over from the Central. It will be located near the Comminges hall.
Over 2000 m2, the building, in addition to the cinemas, will offer the public a waiting room area with a cinema café, a children’s area and an exhibition area. Each room will put the public in a different atmosphere.
It will be open 7 days on 7 and offers sessions from 2 pm and even on Sunday mornings. In the evening, he will play extra time on Fridays and Saturdays with sessions at 10 p.m.
The price of the places will vary from 3 euros (school) to 8.70 euros (full price), with a price subscribed to € 5.90.
In pictures, the Grand Central cinema which will open for future holidays in Colomiers
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