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Previously a cinema dating from the 1930s, this spacious Wetherspoon pub retains much of the cinematic atmosphere and Art Deco flourishes of the period. The light and airy interior allows for three widely separated levels, accentuated by a large window area where the cinema screen once was, this leads out to an outside drinking areas, with balcony, terrace and lawned beer garden. Around seven guest ales are offered, with micros such as Salopian proving popular. The small car park is Pay and Display.