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Arclight Hollywood Creating an Experience for Downton Abbey



HOLLYWOOD — In celebration of the release of the long-awaited Downton Abbey movie and in partnership with Focus Features, ArcLight Cinemas will host an exclusive Downton Abbey experience at their Hollywood location.

ArcLight Hollywood’s Balcony Bar will transform into a multi-room immersive experience with themed décor, film inspired drinks, staff in period outfits and character actors during the film’s opening weekend (September 19-22).

“We’re going beyond the four walls of the movie theater to bring Downton Abbey to life at ArcLight Hollywood.” – Vince Szwajkowski, Chief Marketing Officer, ArcLight Cinemas 

Guests will be invited to explore Downton Abbey inspired rooms and film costumes and enjoy a themed cocktail before the film.  In addition to the film itself, the $65.00 ticket package includes two curated cocktails, a selection of sweets & savories, commemorative keepsake and popcorn during the film.

“We’re going beyond the four walls of the movie theater to bring Downton Abbey to life at ArcLight Hollywood,” said Vince Szwajkowski the Chief Marketing Officer of ArcLight Cinemas. “Creating the perfect environment for the best guest experience is tantamount to our business. We are thrilled to partner with Focus Features to develop this unique interactive event.” 

As a TV show, Downton Abbey aired for six seasons on ITV in the UK and on MASTERPIECE on PBS in the US. It reached more than 26 million viewers in its final season, making it the highest-rated PBS drama series of all time. Downton Abbey’s notable accolades include three Golden Globes and fifteen Primetime Emmy Awards. With a total of 69 nominations, Downton Abbey is the most nominated non-US show in the history of the Emmys, and probably Britain’s most successful scripted television export.

For tickets and more information visit Arclight Cinemas

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