Vue The Light

Cinemas Central Leeds
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Located at The Light shopping centre, this Headrow cinema is ideal for shoppers. It boasts 14 screens with Sony 4K digital cinema quality projection and Dolby Digital Surround Sound on each screen. Two of the screens also offer 3D facilities.

The cinema shows all the big new Hollywood releases, as well as some special screenings of classic films and world cinema. It also offers live screenings of classical and theatre productions, on occasion.

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Venue name: Vue The Light
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Address: No.22, The Light
The Headrow
Leeds
LS1 8TL
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