Cinemas across Scotland are set to reopen today, and Aberdeen is no different.
The two national cinema chains in the Granite City have both confirmed they will be reopening this week.
Cineworld Union Square and Queens Links will reopen this morning.
Vue is set to reopen on Friday.
The Belmont Filmhouse is planning on reopening next month, according to its website.
As of today cinemas across the country are permitted to open as part of phase 3 of lockdown easing.
All venues will be required to collect customer contact details as part of Test and Protect.
The cinemas will also have hand sanitiser available, enforced physical distancing – both in the foyer areas and in the screens. Staggered film times will help reduce the number of people in communal areas.
Customers will be required to wear face masks unless eating or drinking.
And there will also be enhanced cleaning throughout all buildings. Online bookings and contactless payments will be in place to help reduce touch points.
A spokesperson for Vue said: “We are delighted to be reopening our doors in Aberdeen on Friday.
“We can’t wait to welcome film fans back to Vue Aberdeen to see an array of classic titles back on the big where they belong and to see Christopher Nolan’s latest blockbuster Tenet.”