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Vue Cinemas in Aberdeen - The Lighthouse Cinema

Formerly called The Lighthouse Cinema, the Vue Cinema in Aberdeen is a large 7 screen multiplex cinema with 1655 seats. It is located just off the bottom of Union Street, the main shopping area of Aberdeen.

There are many car parks within walking distance, though if you park at the nearest, the NCP, you'll get half price parking with a special voucher from the cinema with your ticket.

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The seats here have to be the comfiest cinema seats going, with the added bonus of extra leg room. Children can get special booster seats so they can view the screens better.

The complex is fully wheelchair accessible and there are special facilities for deaf customers.

Contact Address, Telephone Number and Website Of The Vue Cinema (The Lighthouse Cinema) Aberdeen

Vue Cinema
10 Shiprow
AB11 5BW

Tel: (01224) 259381

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The Aberdeen Vue Cinema often takes part in charitable events. For example on Tuesday 29 April 2008 The Royal National Institute of Blind People and the Grampian Society for the Blind members were given free admission to a special screening of The Other Boleyn Girl with audio description. Aberdeen Lord Provost Peter Stephen opened the film.

24 July 2008 at 6:45pm - McFly: Live To Vue at Vue Cinema, 10 Shiprow, Aberdeen. iTunes and Vue bring you a live performance by McFly broadcast from KoKo in London. This McFly concert is part of thesecond iTunes Festival and will be shown in High Definition and 5.1 Dolby Digital Surround Sound. For more details and prices visit

Wednesday 9 July at midnight - Mamma Mia midnight screening at the Vue Cinema at 10 Shiprow, Aberdeen. This special performance at the Vue Cinema Aberdeen helps you to become the first people to see the movie version of the West End musical that features the music of ABBA. The star of Mamma Mia is Donna (Meryl Streep) who is an independent and single mother. Donna owns a small hotel on an idyllic Greek island and is about to let go of her spirited daughter Sophie (played by Amanda Seyfried).

Donna has invited her two best friends to Sophie's wedding. Rosie is a practical and no nonsense woman whilst Tanya is a wealthy multi divorcee. Both were members of her backing band, Donna and the Dynamos.

Sophie has invited three surprise guests, one of whom she is convinced is her father. She wants her dad to walk her down the aisle. Mamma Mia takes the audience through a chaotic but magical 24 hour journey which sees new loves bloom and old loves rekindled. Is Sophie's father Sam Carmichael, Bill Austin, or Harry Bright? Find out at this special screening of Mamma Mia. For more details and prices visit

On the 17 January 2007 Aberdeen Vue Cineam screened the Scottish premier of the boxing film Rocky with special guest Aberdeen boxer Lee McAllister prior to the general release of Rocky VI on the 19 January.

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