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My greatest friend Richard Isaac was deputy general Manager here for many years during the 1970’s then moved over to the new Odeon till he died in 2002
Looks very rural
Naughty me as a youngster aged 10 I can remember sneaking in to see Arthur Askey in The Ghost train and my mum taking me to see 3 Coins in a Fountain.
I started work at John Temple menswear shop the day the started to demolish the theatre. I cried as I watched.
Not only the “Commissionaire” patrolled the cineman when I worked there even the manageress used to do a walk-round and was known to pass comments to those patrons being naughty.
Simon I so agree with you CURTAINS are a must!!!
Ken Roe, What memories you stirred in me, I can remember seeing all the Cinerama films you mentioned. Do you by any chance have any photos or info on the travelling Cinerama theatre that toured the UK in the mid 1960’s?
Happy Birthday Ritz Theatre
I was Assistant manager here in 1974 just as the conversion to it being a triple screen house I left late October of same year I have fond memories of this cinema