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Cineworld Solihull

Cinemas Birmingham

A popular cinema in Solihull, offering the high-spec standards for which the Cineworld chain is known.

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Venue name: Cineworld Solihull
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Address: 47 Mill Lane Arcade (Upper)
Touchwood
Solihull
Birmingham
B91 3GS
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