May Cinema Centre
4704 49th Avenue,
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The May Theatre opened in about 1970 on the Saskatchewan side of Lloydminster, a city located right on the border between Alberta and Saskatchewan. Landmark Cinemas originally operated the theatre, which had 720 seats at its opening. The May Theatre was twinned around 1980, giving it 412 seats in its larger theatre (dubbed Cinema Red) and 352 seats in the smaller auditorium (Cinema Blue) for a total of 764 seats at the time. The May Theatre was also renamed as the May Cinema Centre about that time. It became independent of Landmark in 1984 when a new company, May Theatres, was established to take over the May’s operations.
The May Cinema Centre was renovated around 1985 to give it three screens with seating capacity of 365, 158 and 210, totaling 733 seats. Two more screens were added around 1995, bringing total seating to 1,080 (seating 350, 160, 200, 240 and 130 respectively). A sixth screen was added in 2004. First-run features play at this theatre.
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