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The East of England is certainly no bit-part player when it comes to the silver screen.

North Norfolk’s Holkham Beach dwarfed Gwyneth Paltrow in Shakespeare in Love and Norwich’s Sainsbury Centre of Visual Arts doubled as the New York HQ of Marvel’s Avengers. Elsewhere, Suffolk and Norfolk took centre stage in Danny Boyle’s Yesterday, which was penned by Suffolk resident Richard Curtis and featured an extensive cameo performance from fellow East Anglian, Ed Sheeran.

As well as the numerous Hollywood locations, film lovers will also find no shortage of international film festivals, independent arthouse cinemas and regular film nights.

Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts
Norwich, Norfolk
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Abbeygate Cinema
Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk
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East Coast Cinema
Lowestoft, Suffolk
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Electric Picture Palace
Southwold, Suffolk
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Hollywood Central Cinema
Fakenham, Norfolk
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University of East Anglia
Norwich Research Park, Norwich
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Majestic Cinema
King's Lynn, Norfolk
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Regal Movieplex
Cromer, Norfolk
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The Palace Cinema
Great Yarmouth, Norfolk
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