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The Grosvenor

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Time Out says

Student-friendly cinema located on the buzzing Ashton Lane, with mainstream screenings and special events plus meal deals with the adjoined bar and restaurant

Student-friendly cinema located on the buzzing Ashton Lane, with mainstream screenings and special events plus meal deals with the adjoined bar and restaurant.

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Address: 24 Ashton Lane
Hillhead
Glasgow
G12 8SJ
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