The Spring Arts & Heritage Centre

Cinemas London
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Venue name: The Spring Arts & Heritage Centre
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Address: 56
East Street
Havant
PO9 1BS
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    • 5 out of 5 stars
    Critics love to pick at Lean and Coward's oh-so-polite study of English romanticism and repression, but frankly its their loss: those willing to give themselves over to its intense mood of swooning, tightlipped desperation will find themselves swe...
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    David Irving is one of Britain's most shameful sons: a once-respected historian who came to believe (or, at least, to claim publicly) that the Holocaust never happened, that it was all a conspiracy to provoke sympathy for the Jewish people. In 199...
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