Cameo Picturehouse

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A solid mix of independent and foreign releases alongside selected mainstream blockbusters and special events

Supposedly one of Quentin Tarantino's favourite cinemas, this century-old picture house favours indie and foreign language releases alongside a handful of the bigger mainstream releases. Also home to the odd special event and a cracking little bar.

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Venue name: Cameo Picturehouse
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Address: 38 Home St
Tollcross
Edinburgh
EH3 9LZ
Price: £6.50-£8.20
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