Taking Historic Cinema Into The 21st Century

posted by WorthyDan on February 6, 2004 at 6:45 am

HARWICH, ENGLAND — The Electric Palace first opened its doors in 1911 and continues to show films on weekends throughout the year. Working with UK software development company Baby Lamb, the Electric Palace team have just taken the historic cinema into the 21st Century, with a new website.

www.electricpalace.com features program information, a searchable film database, a comprehensive history, and news about the Trust which manages the cinema.

The Baby Lamb team who built the Electric Palace site includes Dan Thompson, a founder of the Trust that saved the Dome Cinema in Worthing, UK; so the software company has a good understanding of historic cinema issues and are currently looking for new cinema clients who want a well-designed, effective, easy-to-manage and easy-to-use website.

Visit www.babylamb.com or email for further information.

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