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West Bromwich to have a cinema again

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A six-screen cinema is set to open its doors in a Black Country town next year, it was revealed today.

A six-screen cinema is set to open its doors in a Black Country town next year, it was revealed today.

Reel Cinemas will open in the centre of West Bromwich as part of the new £200 million Tesco development.

Once home to 11 different picture houses, there has been no cinema in West Bromwich since the Kings, in Paradise Street closed down in 2002.

Reel will be based close to New Street and will open its doors to the public during October half-term in 2012.

Bosses at the supermarket giant described it as a "significant signing" for the Tesco development, which will also include shops, restaurants, car parking and a petrol station with work due to start on the development in May.

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