Vue Cleveleys

Cinemas, Multiplex London
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Venue name: Vue Cleveleys
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Address: Jubilee Leisure Park
North Promenade
Thornton-Cleveleys
Cleveleys
FY5 1DB
Price: £5.55-£7.85
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peter l

THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL This is the worst picture i have ever seen it makes no sense what ever a very poor show which i cannot recommend Peter L Lawson LORD ROMANBY