Richmond Town Square Stadium 20

631 Richmond Road,
Richmond Heights, OH 44143

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Richmond Town Square Stadium 20

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The Loews Richmond Town Square 20 was opened by Loews Cineplex in 1999, replacing the older eight-screen Loews East that was situated in another location in the same mall. (The Loews East had closed in 1997.) The theater became part of AMC Theatres after the circuit’s acquisition of Loews Cineplex.

In November 2007, the theater became part of the Regal Cinemas circuit and was renamed Richmond Town Square Stadium 20.

Contributed by Ross Melnick

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mnovak
mnovak on November 23, 2007 at 6:10 am

As of Thanksgiving 2007, Richmond Town Square is now a part of the Regal Cinemas chain. They removed all AMC signage from both theater entrances and all mall signs. At the momen,t a banner hangs by the front entrance announcing the switch to Regal.

dave-bronx™
dave-bronx™ on February 19, 2008 at 6:35 pm

webmaster: please omit amc-Loews and change the heading to Regal.

I wonder why they gave this away to Regal – with 20 screens it fits their business model closer than those 2 old GCC houses on the west side. And, they keep the MJ in Randall Mall – doesn’t make any sense.

dave-bronx™
dave-bronx™ on February 24, 2008 at 8:03 pm

The signage on the building and the pylons have been changed to Regal Cinemas Stadium 20.

Regal has closed the 10 screen theatre at Eastgate, apparently replacing it with this theatre. But the mystery remains: why did amc/Loews unload it?

buckguy
buckguy on December 9, 2009 at 12:14 pm

This opened with the mall in 1966 as Loew’s East. It was attached to a mall entrance shared with a Kroger super market. I believe it either had one or three screens when it opened.

CSWalczak
CSWalczak on December 9, 2009 at 12:31 pm

Actually, this is an entirely different theater than Loews East, which has a separate entry here on CT. Loews East opened as a single screen theater in 1966, was later twinned, and ended its life as an eight-plex. It occupied a somewhat different area of the mall than this theater and there was a gap between the closing/demolition of Loews East and the construction of this theater.

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