Showcase Cinema

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This 16 screen cinema offers Sony 4K Digital Projection as well as RealD 3D. All the big releases are screened, with some special screenings or events on show, too. The cinema also boasts a foyer bar, with drinks, hot food and confectionary on offer. There's a ReelKool party area for children's parties. 

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Venue name: Showcase Cinema
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Address: Gelderd Road
Birstall
Leeds

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