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Eli Ayo, General Manager Palace Cinemas Byron Bay, can’t wait for ‘Tenet’. Photo David Lowe.

Tickets for one of the most eagerly-anticipated films of recent years are now on sale at Palace Cinemas Byron Bay.

Christopher Nolan’s time-travelling epic Tenet has had its release delayed multiple times due to COVID-19 but is now definitely on the way, barring further disruptions to the time/space continuum.

There will be special preview screenings on Saturday 22 August and Sunday 23 August ahead of the release on Thursday 27 August.

Poster for Christopher Nolan’s new sci-fi film ‘Tenet’.

Palace Cinemas Byron Bay’s General Manager Eli Ayo told Echonetdaily, ‘It’s the first big release since re-opening our doors and we’re anticipating it to fill up very quickly.

‘We’ve added plenty of sessions for the preview weekend and opening week, almost screening it every hour from late morning to early evening, to align with our social distancing procedures.’

Tenet stars John David Washington, who is joined by a large international cast including Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki, Michael Caine and Kenneth Branagh.

Palace Cinemas is also continuing a schedule of classic re-releases, including The Rocky Horror Picture Show and James Bond double features, and is offering the option of renting the entire cinema with popcorn and films included.

Tenet is one of the options for private cinema hire.

Mr Ayo said, ‘With the $300 Cinema Hire that has just been announced, we’ve already started to get plenty of private bookings in for this film especially.’

Tickets are available here.

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