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Quit your job, become a… projectionist

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Created on February 10th, 2016. Last updated on February 10th, 2016.

ODEON to open fine-dining cinema with waiter service

ODEON are to open a luxury fine dining cinema complete with at-seat waiter service at London’s Islington Square development in late 2017.

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Plans to revamp Odeon cinema approved | Stoke Sentinel

THE redevelopment of the city’s ‘tired and dated’ Odeon cinema complex has been given the go-ahead.

The entertainment plaza at Festival Park – which has not been updated since it was built in the 1980s – will be modernised and three new restaurants will open.

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Wales’ oldest cinema given green light to begin work on second screen – Wales Online

Work on the new screen at the Market Hall Cinema in Brynmawr will begin within the next few weeks

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Restoration of Campbeltown’s Picture House to begin – BBC News

A historic picture house in Campbeltown is expected to reopen in spring 2017 after a £2.5m restoration project.

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Why must a Bradford museum lose its treasures to London? | Sam Jordison | Opinion | The Guardian

The Royal Photography Society collection’s move from the National Media Museum to the V&A is a triumph of metropolitanism. So much for the northern powerhouse

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