The Electric Cinema

Cinemas Central Birmingham
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There are sofas and waiter service at this cinema on Station Street - the oldest in the UK, apparently. 

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Venue name: The Electric Cinema
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Address: 47–49 Station Street
Birmingham
B5 4DY
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