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Vue Harrow

Cinemas, Multiplex Harrow
Vue Harrow

Found in the St Georges shopping centre, just a short walk from Harrow-on-the-Hill station, the Vue cinema comprises of a whopping 12 screens showing the latest blockbuster films from Hollywood. It’s fully wheelchair accessible with lifts, disabled parking and seating.

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Venue name: Vue Harrow
Contact:
Address: 27
St George's Shopping & Leisure Centre
Harrow
HA1 1HS
Transport: Tube/BR: Harrow-On-The-Hill
Price: Prices vary
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