Folk looking to escape the wintry weather and enjoy a flick at Dundee’s two biggest cinemas will have to think again.
The Odeon and Cineworld theatres in the city have announced they have closed for the day due to the snow storms.
Cineworld, at Camperdown Leisure Park, issued a statement hoping to “reopen as soon as possible” and customers who pre-booked tickets could claim a refund.
It read: “Due to the adverse weather conditions, we are currently closed. We apologise for any inconvenience and we hope to reopen the cinema as soon as possible.
“Any customers who have already purchased tickets can claim a full refund with our Customer Services team on 0333 003 3444.”
An Odeon statement from Douglasfield manager Kim Thorne read: “Due to heavy snowfall the cinema will be closed all day today.”
All is not lost for film buffs desperate to see a movie on the big screen.
The DCA on Nethergate remains open, but bosses urged those who would be attending to travel with caution.
We're open as normal today and our Senior Citizen Kane and Bring a Baby screenings are on. If you're coming along, please be careful out there.
— DCA (@DCAdundee) March 1, 2018