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11 hours ago

Stick & Ribbon

Here we are with Around Nottingham again which takes us to the Broadway Cinema . Located in Hockley, the cinema was rated as one of the 'best in the world' by Total Film Magazine in 2009.
The building was built in 1839 and was originally a Wesleyan Church - apparently the Salvation Army founder, William Booth, was converted here.
Latterly, it housed various film societies and became the Broadway Cinema back in 1982. With funding from the National Lottery and the Arts Council, the cinema received a £6million development. It was enlarged with 2-4 screens and includes the world's first (and only) cinema designed by Paul Smith.
If you don't have time to watch a movie, why not pop in for a drink or a bit to eat at their Cafe Bar or Mezz Bar.
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1 day ago

Stick & Ribbon

For all of you Luella lovers, here are a few more new arrivals. Cotton and cashmere mix sweaters from £50.
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