Wirral Council buy Vue Cinema in Birkenhead for £7.1 million!
Wirral Council have revealed today (Friday being a good day to bury news) that they have bought the Vue Cinema in Birkenhead for £7.1 million.
This follows the purchase of the nearby Europa Building for £8.4 million and the recent buyout of the lease of Birkenhead Market.
All three buildings are within the Birkenhead and Tranmere ward which was closely contested between the Green Party and the Labour Party and at the last election Cllr Pat Cleary was elected with 1,881 votes and the Labour candidate Paul Jobson came second with 1,810 votes.
Showing at the cinema today are the following films (with our own satirical take on the films showing based on how they are described on the Internet Movie Database website):
The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part
It’s been five years since everything was great, but now people are facing a great threat from those who are wrecking things fast.
How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World
Tyrant Grimmel has to be stopped from finding a hidden world.
Alita: Battle Angel
One person’s journey to discover the truth about herself in her fight to change the world.
Set in 1960s American South it describes a fictional account of how people are treated in a bitterly divided society.
A security guard uses his supernatural abilities to pursue a man referred to as The Beast, but events are influenced by people who hold secrets.
Six strangers are trapped in a number of rooms and must work together to survive. Not meant as an allegory for public meetings at Wallasey Town Hall.
Set in the year 1987, this is about an recently turned adult called Charlie discovering a broken Bumblebee.
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
Spider-Man crosses paths with five other Spider-Men from different realities in order to combat a threat to all realities.
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