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Exeter Phoenix Projectors
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Exeter Phoenix is the city's most diverse arts venue, located just off Gandy Street and within easy reach of both Exeter Central train station and Exeter Bus Station.

The venue has two superb old film projectors that are still used to screen movies every week. These probably came from Blenheim Palace, though this is to be confirmed. Together with the high quality screen and raked seating, they create an excellent cinema experience.

For more information, visit http://www.exeterphoenix.org.uk/

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