The Amusu Theatre in Manildra will open its doors to the public after closing for five months during the coronavirus lockdown.
On July 18 at 7:30pm and July 19 at 1:30pm the cinema will screen Fisherman's Friends.
Amusu Theatre president Joan Stevenson said there will be strict procedures upon entrance to the venue.
"Patrons will have to sign in with their name and number, hand sanitiser will be made available," she said.
"For supper and afternoon tea, we will be providing table service to people who would like sandwiches, cakes, sausage rolls, tea and coffee to minimise any potential spread."
Mrs Stevenson said she is happy the theatre will be reopening to the public but there will be a limit of how many people can watch the movie.
"We will have 40 people out of the 240 seats made available each session," she said.
"Every second isle will be closed and two seats in-between one will be closed but couples and families will be able to sit next to each other.
"We're not sure if we will make a great profit but we're happy to break through."
Mrs Stevenson added the theatre will also have facilities for cards and cash for payment.
Booking ahead is encouraged either on the Amusu website: www.amusutheatre.com or to call 0418452902.
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