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Bury St Edmunds: Twilight fans upset after projector failure

22:26 23 November 2012

Hundreds of frustrated cinema goers eager to see the latest Twilight film were ejected from Cineworld Bury St Edmunds after a series of projector faults develop.

Hundreds of frustrated cinema goers eager to see the latest Twilight film were ejected from Cineworld Bury St Edmunds after a series of projector faults develop.

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CINEMA goers have been left disappointed tonight after a screening of The Twilight Sage: Breaking Dawn Part 2 was cancelled due to a technical hitch.

Around 300 customers were affected when a projector broke down at Cineworld in Bury St Edmunds.

James Cutler, who was due to watch the film with his partner and two friends said: “We were in there and nothing happened, then the manager came in and said there was a fault with the projector.

“There were a lot of disgruntled customers. Some asked if we could move into another screen but the manager said other screens were also having problems.

“It took about half an hour just to leave because so many people from our screen and other screens were trying to get refunds and out at the same time.”

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