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Palace Dendy Brighton

Film Brighton

Have a pre-film coffee or a glass of wine at this swanky little cinema before you snuggle down in their oh-so-comfy seating to enjoy your movie.

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Venue name: Palace Dendy Brighton
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Address: 26 Church St
Brighton
Melbourne
3186
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