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Vue Shepherd's Bush

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Vue Shepherd's Bush

Time Out says

A branch of the popular multiplex chain, this 12-screen cinema is the place to catch the latest big-release blockbusters.

By: Time Out editors

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Address: West 12 Shopping & Leisure Centre
Shepherd's Bush Green
London
W12 8PP
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