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Vue Leicester

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Vue Leicester
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Cinema

Vue Leicester is a modern 8 screen, 1,932-seater cinema based in Meridian Leisure Park, Leicester. The cinema benefits from free parking and a Ben and Jerry's ice-cream counter. The state-of-the-art cinema is surrounded by various restaurants to complement the perfect evening out.

ODEON Leicester

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ODEON Leicester
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Cinema

We have 12 screens of film magic showing stunning RealD 3D. Treat yourself with our Premier seats and icy indulgences at Ben & Jerry's. 

You can also enjoy super speedy ticket pick up at our 3 fast ticket machines and perfectly easy parking adjacent to the cinema.

Local Facility

Unwind and prepare to lose yourself in the film ahead at our neighbouring bars and restaurants, including The Counting House Sports bar, The Local Hero family pub and Nando's restaurant.

Broadway | Cinema | Cafébar - Nottingham

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Broadway | Cinema | Cafébar - Nottingham
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Cinema

Broadway is nationally recognised as the cultural leader for independent cinema, arts and technology in the Midlands.

We encourage a welcoming film community through cheaper tickets for under-25s, adapting our space for regular dementia friendly screenings, providing for those on the autism spectrum and by giving parents respite with our monthly parent and baby screenings.

Melton Theatre

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Melton Theatre
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Theatre

Melton Theatre was built over 35 years ago and has supported many college and community ventures, plus many other touring productions and artists.

The theatre was refurbished during the summer of 2009 and its 340 seat auditorium is a great asset for the people of Melton and Leicestershire at a time when small community theatres are under huge financial pressures. The theatre is a proud member of the Brooksby Melton College family of subsidiary companies and is used by the college to train the next generation of performers and behind the scenes technicians.

Stamford Shakespeare Company

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Stamford Shakespeare Company
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Theatre

The amateur Stamford Shakespeare Company was founded in 1968 by Jean Harley, initially in the Monastery Garden of the town’s historic George Hotel.

Tolethorpe Hall came on the market in early in 1977 and it was acquired by the Stamford Shakespeare Company. 
A natural amphitheatre in the grounds was converted into a concrete stepped, raked auditorium with a canvas canopy. 

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