Cinemas & Cross Arts Venues

Alexandra Cinema /Scott Cinemas Newton Abbot

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Bridport Arts Centre

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Bridport Electric Palace

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Central Cinema, Torquay

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City Eye

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Curzon Clevedon Cinema & Arts

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Ebenezer Presents

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Electric Picture House Cinema

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Embassy Cinema, Ilfracombe

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Exeter Phoenix

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Flora Cinema, Helston

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Gloucester Guildhall

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Harbour Lights Picturehouse

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Kings Cinema, Kingsbridge

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Kings Theatre

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Lighthouse (Poole)

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Lighthouse Newquay

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Melksham Assembly Hall

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New Carlton Cinema, Okehampton

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No6 Cinema

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Phoenix Cinema Falmouth

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Plymouth Arts Cinema

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Pound Arts

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Regal Cinema Redruth

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Royal Cinema St Ives

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Savoy Cinema / Scott Cinemas Exmouth

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Scott Cinemas – Film Centre Bridgwater

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Scott Cinemas Barnstable

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Scott Cinemas Sidmouth

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Scott Cinemas The Orpheus

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The Barn Cinema

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The Brewhouse Theatre & Arts Centre

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The Cheltenham Trust

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The Cube Microplex, Bristol

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The Flavel Arts Centre

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The Little Theatre, Bath

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The Plaza Truro

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The Poly

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The Regal Cinema

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The Roses

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The Spring Arts & Heritage Centre

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The Watermark

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The Wedgewood Rooms

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Tivoli Cinema, Tiverton

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Town Hall Arts, Trowbridge

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Watershed

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Wellesley Cinema, Wellington

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Wells Film Centre

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WTW-Scott Cinemas

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