Vue Bury The Rock

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Vue Bury The Rock


As part of the Vue cinemas, Vue Bury The Rock is a high-spec cinema with 10 screens and a number of restaurants and bars complementing the latest releases on the big screen.

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Venue name: Vue Bury The Rock
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Address: 9 Rock Place
Bury
BL9 0YB
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