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Cinema in Brighton
As well as being home to Britain’s oldest picture house – The Duke of York’s Cinema [map] – Brighton also has a number of multiplexes and arts cinemas.

The city’s busiest cinema is probably the Odeon [map] on the seafront, which has several screens showing the latest Hollywood blockbusters as well as its very own Haagen Dazs Café.

A little out of town at Brighton Marina, you’ll find UGC Cinema [map], another multiplex showing a mix of new releases and classic favourites, whilst Cinematheque [map] at the Brighton Media Centre has a wide range of weird and wacky films.

For an altogether very different cinema experience why not head to Ali-Cats [map] on Brills Lane, which is actually a bar on the seafront that transforms into an intimate picture house in the evening showing an array of cult favourites.

Other venues where you can catch arts films include the Gardner Arts Centre [map] and the Ray Tindle Centre [map], while at Sallis Benney Theatre [map] on the University of Brighton campus you can see local history films.

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