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Local Cinema
Cineworld - Bury St. Edmunds
Bury St. Edmunds - Located just off from the town centre shopping square
Cineworld - Bury St. Edmunds
Cineworld - Cambridge
Clifton Road, Cambridge
Cineworld - Cambridge
Arts Cinema Cambridge
Above what may be the biggest pub in the country in Regent Street, Cambridge
Arts Cinema Cambridge
The Vue Cinema
The Grafton Centre East Rd Cambridge CB1 1PS
08712 240 240
The Vue Cinema
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Theatre
Burwell Players
Actors and Actresses required - Folow link for more information
Burwell Players
Peregrine Theatre
committed to work which has a strong emotional and psychological bias. Productions and Workshops
Peregrine Theatre
Cambridge Arts Theatre 'Me and My Girl' Tuesday 15th - Saturday 19th February 2005.

Bury St. Edmunds Theatre Royale

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