Century 12 Evanston

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Evanston Century 12

The Cinemark Theater in Evanston may look like your average multiplex, but due to its proximity to Northwestern University, it attracts an impressive lineup of art films and limited releases. Whether you want to see the latest blockbuster or see something a bit more highbrow, Century 12 is your gateway to the world of cinema in Evanston.

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Venue name: Century 12 Evanston
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Address: 1715 Maple Ave
Evanston
60201
Cross street: between Clark and Church Sts
Transport: El stop: Purple to Davis. Train: Union Pacific N to Davis.
Price: $10; after 6pm Fri and after 2pm Sat, Sun $10.50; seniors and kids $7; Tuesdays all showings are $5.75
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