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31 August 2011
By John Prendergast
If your idea of a night out at a cinema is a bag of overpriced pick and mix, a box of popcorn and tickets purchased from surly young staf,f then a trip to Kennington’s Cinema Museum could transport you to an era where a night at the flicks is where a pauper could be treated like royalty.
Sitting just a stone’s throw from the Elephant and Castle, in Dugard Way, the Cinema Museum is truly a treasure trove of what it was once like to go to a picture house.
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