CINEMA AND CAFE BAR SHREWSBURY - BOX OFFICE 01743 281 281 - BOOK ONLINE www.oldmarkethall.co.uk
Built in 1596 and reopened as a stylish film theatre and cafe bar in 2004, The Old Market Hall offers daily screenings of films from around the world and the perfect place to meet and relax. Find us in The Square at the heart of historic Shrewsbury.
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Local Government Act 1988
1988 c. 9 - Part IV - Miscellaneous - Section 27
27 Local authority publicity.
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Cinema, Caffetteria, Bar
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Suitable for children Takeaway Booking is NOT mandatory
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