Film fans will finally be able to head to the cinemas as the big screens start to welcome punters. 

Cinema giant Odeon is set to reopen its largest Scottish venue at The Quay in Glasgow from tomorrow, with priority being placed on increased safety measures. 

Here is what will change: 

Seats on sale will be limited to ensure unoccupied seats are available between each group of cinema-goers for social distancing reasons. 

Show start times will be staggered to reduce queues and safe safe queuing measures will also be put in place with floor markings. 

And alongside an enhanced cleaning regime, their newly serviced air conditioning will ensure fresh air is delivered into all screens. 

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Gavin Forsyth, deputy manager at ODEON Luxe Glasgow Quay said: "My team and I are looking forward to welcoming our guests again after being closed for 119 days. All members of the team have been trained on the new safety and hygiene measures and the staff will be equipped with personal protective equipment.

We wish to reassure guests that staying safe is our key priority and the measures being implemented will be in place for their safety, well being and enjoyment.’’

ODEON Luxe promises a schedule of films that contains classics from the past and the present on the first few days of re-opening and customers can view the films screening and book tickets in advance at