The grand reopening of UP’s Cineplex in Road Town was nothing short of spectacular.
Friday’s reopening featured the local premiere of Marvel Universe’s latest blockbuster, Black Panther.
And with major support from telecommunications giant Flow and other local sponsors, operators of UP’s seemingly spared no expense for patrons to have a vivid Afrocentric experience.
The sound of live African drumming could be heard as patrons entered the facility.
That preceded an African dance routine from Firebird Studios, which is based on the ground floor of the Cineplex.
Several patrons also came dressed in colourful African-wear to complement the evening’s theme.
Leading up the start of the movie, patrons had the opportunity to mingle, take photographs, and indulge the in free food and drinks provided during the cocktail hour.
And as for the movie, it was simply described as a ‘must-see’.
Below are highlights of the event:
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