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Vue Finchley Road (O2 Centre)

Cinemas, Multiplex Finchley Road
2 out of 5 stars
(2user reviews)
Vue Finchley Road

Time Out says

With 12 screens on offer, it’s hard to hate on this wide-ranging cinema, which occupies the first floor of the O2 Centre on Finchley Road. Another boon: it’s absolutely surrounded by places to eat and drink before or after the film.

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Address: 02 Centre, 255 Finchley Rd
London
NW3 6LU
Transport: Tube: Finchley Rd
Price: Prices vary
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2 out of 5 stars

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