Cinemas have re-opened across England, along with indoor spaces at cafes, restaurants and bars.
That means days out and trips with the family are finally back on the cards, which is good news for movie lovers who haven't been able to watch the latest releases at a cinema for months.
It's been a tough year so far for cinemas thanks to lockdown, but the easing of restriction will hopefully bring a welcome boost to the industry.
New releases include Peter Rabbit 2, featuring the voice of James Corden, and Spiral: From The Book Of Saw, starring Chris Rock.
And film fans can also look forward to the release of the highly anticipated live action Disney movie Cruella, which hits screens in the UK on May 28.
Here at LancsLive, we've put together a list of all of the key cinemas in Lancashire, including what times they're open, and what films are on, as well as how to book.
myODEON saver tickets are available on selected showings Tuesday-Sunday and all-day on "Member Mondays", with prices starting from just £6.
ODEON has also reduced the price of it's myLIMITLESS membership to just £9.99 a month - this allows you see all films, as often as you like.
Preston - There are several showings of films at Odeon in Preston this week. Listings show that films start from 3pm on weekdays, with the first weekend showings (May 22 and 23), starting from 10.15am.
To book and to see the full listings and prices, visit Odeon Cinema - Preston.
Blackpool - Screenings start from 3pm on weekdays this week with Peter Rabbit 2, with showings of Nomadland from 3.15pm. At the weekend, listing show screenings of Peter Rabbit 2 from 10.15am, Tom & Jerry: The Movie from 10.30am, with Godzilla Vs. Kong from 12.45pm.
To book and to see the full listings and prices, visit Odeon Cinema - Blackpool.
Several Lancashire Vue cinemas have tickets available online and on the Vue app for super saver show times for £4.99 (£5.99 in venue).
Vue is also running "Mini Mornings" at cinemas for selected films.
Mini morning sessions give both adults and kids the chance to experience big screen entertainment for just £2.49 each.
Mini Mornings are run every Saturday and Sunday morning from 10am, plus every day in the school holidays.
Preston - Vue in Preston is showing Peter Rabbit 2, Spiral: From the book of Saw, Godzilla Vs. Kong, Mortal Kombat, Those Who Wish Me Dead, The Unholy, Tom & Jerry The Movie and more.
Screenings on weekdays start from around 1pm, with the latest times listed as around 8.40pm.
Weekend film screenings start from around 10am.
To book and to see the full listings and prices, visit Preston Vue.
Lancaster - The earliest weekday screenings this week appear to be from 1.15pm, with the latest screenings at around 10.30pm for Mortal Kombat.
Lancaster is also showing classics including Grease and Gladiator in the afternoons and evenings.
Listings show that screenings at the weekend are between around 10am and 10.15pm.
To book and to see the full listings and prices, visit Lancaster Vue.
Accrington - Weekday screenings this week are from 2.10pm, with the final screenings at around 8.40pm.
On Saturday and Sunday (May 22 and 23), showtimes are between 10am and 9.15pm.
To book and to see the full listings and prices, visit Accrington Vue.
Blackburn - This week there are screenings of Peter Rabbit 2 from 1pm at Blackburn Vue.
There are a number of screenings after 8pm for films including Mortal Kombat, Spiral: From the book of Saw, The Unholy, and Those Who Wish Me Dead.
There are several screenings over the weekend, from 10am with late showings up to around 9.50pm.
To book and to see the full listings and prices, visit Blackburn Vue.
Cleveleys - Listings for Cleveleys show screenings this week start from around 1.15pm, including Peter Rabbit 2. Screenings run up to around 9pm on weekdays including the Robert De Niro classic Taxi Driver.
On weekends you'll be able to watch films from 10am until around 9.55pm.
To book and to see the full listings and prices, visit Cleveleys Vue.
Chorley - Weekday listings show films start from 4pm in Chorley.
Films showing include Mortal Kombat, Nomadland, Peter Rabbit 2, Spiral, Tom & Jerry, Those Who Wish Me Dead, and Godzilla vs Kong.
At the weekend there are screenings starting from 10am up to around 8pm.
To book and to see the full listings and prices, visit Reel Cinema Chorley.
Morecambe - Screenings in Morecambe this week start from around 4.15pm with Tom & Jerry. The latest weekday screening is 8pm with Those Who Wish Me Dead.
At the weekend, screenings of Peter Rabbit 2 start from 10am.
The latest weekend screening starts at 8pm with Spiral.
To book and to see the full listings and prices, visit Reel Cinema Morecambe.
Burnley - Weekday showings at Reel Cinema Burnley start from 4.30pm. There are standard, premier lounge and VIP lounge options to choose from.
The final showings of films, including Peter Rabbit 2 and Spiral are at 8pm.
Weekend showings (may 22 and 23) begin from 10am with several kids films listed including Peter Rabbit 2, Maya the Bee 3, Tom & Jerry and Raya and the Last Dragon.
To book and to see the full listings and prices, visit Reel Cinema Burnley.
Blackburn - Reel Cinema opened their latest cinema in Blackburn on May 17. The £6.5m development has ticket prices from as little as £2.50.
It has five premiere lounge screens, with large leather seats, and two Reel lounges with plush sofas and extra legroom.
The Reel Lounge experience offers two tiered luxury options. The first tier grants access to the luxury screen as well as a welcome drink and table service for £5.50. The second tier, a £10 ticket (£17 for two), will grant guests full access to the Reel Lounge menu which includes popcorn, nachos and ice cream following their welcome drink. To visit the cinema's Premiere Lounge screens visitors will only have to pay £2.50 before 1pm & £3.50 after 1pm.
The new cinema space has a licensed bar serving hot and cold drinks, all your favourite snacks like hotdogs, nachos and popcorn, as well as Sweet Barrels for your sweetie treats and Cream & Cones for your ice cream and waffle needs. A VR gaming area and other entertainment are on offer too.
This week, weekday screenings begin from around 1.30pm and 1.40pm with Peter Rabbit 2, Those Who Wish Me Dead, Godzilla vs Kong and Nomadland.
Screenings in Blackburn this week run up to around 7.30pm on weekdays.
At the weekend (May 22 and 23), the first screenings are at 10am, with the latest show times listed for 8pm.
To book and to see the full listings and prices, visit Reel Cinema Blackburn.
What films are on at the cinema?
Cinemas will be showing brand new releases, including Peter Rabbit 2 and Spiral: From the Book of Saw, starring Chris Rock. Some chains, including Odean, will also be showing classic films such as Taxi Driver, Grease and TheLord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring.
Oscar-winning films are also making their way into cinemas in the UK. Chloe Zhao’s Nomadland, a tale of a van-dwelling community in the American West, won the Academy Awards for Best Film, Best Director, and Best Actress - and that's showing in cinemas this week.
Minari, the tale of a Korean American family’s move to Arkansas, also won big - is also set to be available soon.
Warner Bros has announced its entire slate of 2021 films, including anticipated blockbuster Dune, will arrive on the HBO Max streaming service at the same time as in cinemas in the US.
Disney will also launch a number of films on its streaming service Disney+ on the same day as cinema releases, including Marvel film Black Widow, villain origin story Cruella and Dwayne Johnson’s new movie Jungle Cruise.
However, the release of likely box office hits such as Bond film No Time To Die, Top Gun: Maverick and Fast And Furious 9 have all been delayed so they can be shown only in cinemas.
You'll need to keep an eye on your local cinema's listings for the latest information.
Most cinemas across the country have introduced new measures to keep them Covid-secure and safe for staff and customers.
Among the changes are limiting ticket sales for screenings, which includes keeping spaces between different parties for social distancing reasons.
Where possible showtimes are staggered to reduce the chance of long queues.
Some cinemas have reduced their food menu, or it may be pre-packaged.
There will also be enhanced cleaning routines at all cinemas, from from hand sanitiser stations to frequent deep hygiene checks.
Don’t forget your mask, either, as these will be mandatory (unless you’re exempt) inside the venue.
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