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Croydon Grants Vue

Cinemas, Multiplex Croydon

Caught out in Croydon on a rainy day? There’s nothing better than curling up in front of a huge screen to help pass the time. Vue Croydon Grant’s ten screen-cinema shows all the latest releases with two screens set up for 3D viewings.

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Venue name: Croydon Grants Vue
Contact:
Address: 14 High St
London
CR0 1GT
Transport: East Croydon rail
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