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Ultimate Picture Palace, Oxford


Jeune Street’s Ultimate Picture Palace is Oxford’s oldest cinema. Originally the Oxford Picture Palace, it opened in 1911, two years before Oxford’s other indie, Jericho’s Phoenix Picturehouse (née the North Oxford Kinema). 369 more words

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Weddings by Courtyard - edmonton wedding venue + bridal showcase

great food, excellent service, and a hand-picked selection of some of edmonton’s finest wedding vendors – all part of the experience at Courtyard by Marriott Edmonton West Hotel’s ‘Weddings by Courtyard’ showcase. 308 more words


edmonton wedding venue review: Old Timers' Cabin

the Old Timers’ Cabin has quickly become a favourite wedding venue for edmonton couples in the past few years – regardless of the reality that it has been around for 55 years! 607 more words


Rough Ideas For The Open

Apologies on the atrocious pun but I had to name it something and I couldn’t think of anything good. So I figured why not go for something of such a poor quality that only the journo’s in the seventh layer of pun hell would possibly think to publish it? 999 more words

My Animal Adventures

Royal Spa Centre, Leamington Spa


One decent-sized screening room is located at Leamington’s Royal Spa Centre, primarily a theatre. After a lengthy hiatus the cinema has mercifully begun screening films again. 359 more words

The Breakfast Club

The Electric Cinema, Birmingham


The Electric is the UK’s oldest working cinema, located in Birmingham’s slightly scruffy but oh-so-hipster Southside district, just a stone’s throw away from the stylish bars of John Bright street. 258 more words