Vue Birmingham

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There are 25 screens at this cinema complex from the reliable chain. That means more than 5,000 seats to watch all the big new releases.

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Venue name: Vue Birmingham
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Address: Star City, Unit 29
Watson Road
Birmingham
B7 5SA
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