Cinema 7

1109 W. 15th Street,
Washington, NC 27889

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Cinema 7 is an older theater that tries its hardest, over 30 years old. In 2009, it is getting new seats and a much needed refresh. It was closed by Carmike on December 9, 2016. An independent operator Golden Ticket Cinemas took it over in late-2016 and it is due to re-opened after renovations in February 2017.

Contributed by Brian Peardon

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NightHawk1 on December 16, 2013 at 11:12 pm

The Washington Square Mall Cinema 1 & 2 was opened in 1976 by Stewart & Everett Theatres. S&E later expanded it to three screens (Washington Square Mall Cinema 1-2-3) and subsequently shuttered the co-owned Turnage Theater. Carmike Cinemas acquired Stewart & Everett in 1986 and renamed this location Cinema Triple (along with the former S&E triplexes in New Bern and Morehead City). Carmike later added four screens to the three built by S&E and renamed the theater Cinema 7. Since the Turnage Theater closed as a movie theater in the late 1970s the Washington Square Mall Cinema 1-2-3/Cinema Triple/Cinema 7 has been Beaufort County’s sole full-time cinema.

NightHawk1 on December 9, 2016 at 5:44 pm

From WITN-TV 7: Carmike Cinemas has closed the Cinema 7 theatres as of today (December 9, 2016). Carmike is in talks with an independent cinema operator to take over operations of the Cinema 7 sometime in the near future.

WashingtonNC123 on January 13, 2017 at 11:15 am

From Washington Daily News in Washington NC, The Cinema 7 is now leased under Golden Ticket Cinemas based out of the Raleigh/Durham area. The Cinema 7 is getting a much needed remodel and the theater manager hopes to have it up and running the first of February.

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