The Corner House, Nottingham

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The Nottingham Cornerhouse

The Corner House is leisure complex in city centre of Nottingham, England.

Built on the former site of Nottingham's local paper (The Nottingham Evening Post) its attractions include a number of bars, restaurants, a multi-screen cinema operated by Cineworld, a large nightclub called "The Forum", a casino and two indoor adventure golf courses. It is smaller than its neighbouring complexes Victoria Centre, Royal Concert Hall and the Theatre Royal. However it is bigger than the recently built Trinity Square development.

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Coordinates: 52°57′20″N 1°09′03″W / 52.9555°N 1.1508°W / 52.9555; -1.1508