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Vue Ocean Terminal

Cinemas, Multiplex Leith

Twelve-screen multiplex showing the latest Hollywood blockbusters, located in Leith's dockside shopping mall

Twelve-screen multiplex showing the latest Hollywood blockbusters, located in Leith's dockside shopping mall.

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Venue name: Vue Ocean Terminal
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Address: Ocean Terminal
Leith
Edinburgh
EH6 6JJ
Price: £8.05-£9.50
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