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Marathon screening of missing Doctor Who episodes to feature companions and …

While you’re busy counting up your Valentine’s Day cards or ensuring those flowers make their way to your beloved other half, make sure you get yourself some tickets to a back-to-back screening of the Doctor Who missing episodes. Yes, the Prince of Charles Cinema in London is putting on a marathon screening of Enemy of…

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Picturehouse Cinema given green light for Chiswick's Rambert studio

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London's Odeon cinema site to be redeveloped

London’s Odeon cinema site to be redeveloped

One of London’s prime sites, fronted by the Odeon cinema in Leicester Square and sold by the National Asset Management Agency two years ago, is to be demolished and replaced with a 360-bed hotel, cinema and restaurants. The iconic cinema plus surrounding buildings were bought in two lots by Irish developers, former Irish rugby manager…

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Ocean Media rebrands bridal show ahead of move to London

Ocean Media rebrands bridal show ahead of move to London

Account Manager Shoreditch, London Business Product Development Manager South West, London Marketing Manager Central, London Senior Marketing Executive Central, London

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London February 2014: Events, exhibitions and best things to do

And coincidentally, it seems, I Can’t Sing! The X Factor Musical! also opens this month. Running at the London Palladium from February 27, the musical by Harry Hill and Steve Brown is directed by Olivier Award winner and features Nigel Harman in the lead role. Fans of Borgen and The Killing are likely to be…

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