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Photos: MEES PALACE CINEMA Opens in Jos, Plateau State


In the heart of a Jos, Plateau State, blessed and enriched, swiftly growing into a great dynasty lays a palace beautifully decorated with prestige and royalty, known far and wide for its true quality and pleasuring experiences.


Introducing yet again another extremely exciting initiative which sees lot of people from all over the world, come to the palace to have an experience of a lifetime.
With lots of request and pleads from sponsors and clients, we have decided to create something of utmost standard and quality which portrays our mission.  
Opening in Jos this weekend with one movie, lots of pop corns, small chops and drinks, creates a cinema which is bound to turn up the whole city to a flavored one.  

Mees Palace Cinema will be open for the general public as Follows:

FRIDAY, JUNE 2ND, 2017
SHOWING: FAST AND FURIOUS 8
SCHEDULE: 2PM AND 4PM
GATE: N1,000


SATURDAY, JUNE 3RD,  2017
SHOWING: CHAMPIONS LEAGUE FINALS
SCHEDULE: 8PM


SUNDAY, JUNE 4TH,  2017
SHOWING: TRIPLE X "Return of Xander Cage"
SCHEDULE: 2PM AND 4PM
GATE: N1,000
 


Mees Palace Event Centre and Amusement Park, Rayfield Resort Road Jos.
Enquiries - 08094236535 
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7 comments:

  1. A standard cinema in Jtown finally

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  2. That looks like a projector not a cinema screen abi na my eyes ni

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    1. You are such a fool, what's in a cinema before, have you been to a cinema before thank God they brought one in Jos, first go for excursions before you pay money to watch before you'll fight them to give you your money back.

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    2. you are right ooo i tot it would be this imax giant screen or at least one of those gint LGs

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    3. For the sake of those who have no idea of what is meant to be in cinemas I have copied what the theatre movie projectors screens are made of- from Wikipedia (for all doubting Thomas ):Silver lenticular (vertically ridged) screens, which are made from a tightly woven fabric, either natural, such as silk, or a synthetic fiber, were excellent for use with low-power projector lamp heads and the monochromatic images that were a staple of early projected images... Get it? No go d find LG or Samsung ultral Hd TVs for there

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  3. Nice, but please how much is the pop corn and ice cream? Cos am sure the cost of these are not included in the N1,000 movie ticket.

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