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Theatre will be converted to age-restricted housing.
This place may be out of business now. No events are posted on their website and it has been awhile since they had anything there.
Hmm. I see what you are saying. Over on CinemaTour I have the Carberry Dinner Theatre listed as an aka for the Carberry, but not sure where I found that information. I’ll have to do further research.
I’m thinking the Carberry Cinema Classics Dinner Theatre was a later incarnation of the nearby Carberry Theatre rather than the Bristol Theatre.
Does this actually show movies? They have no website, no one answers the phone number, and the only mentions I can find on the web are for live music or high school plays.
This should be listed as the Topia Arts Center now.
This is open as the Blairsville Cinema.
The Darling was located on Elm Street.
The Pickwick was at 11 East Franklin St. Not sure if it was the same theatre as the Pick, though.
Reopened in 1992 as the Innsbruck Cinema Plus before later closing again. It now stands empty behind OfficeMax.
This theatre is still open as the Asheville Pizza & Brewing Company which is a movie theatre with dining.
According to http://docsouth.unc.edu/gtts/map/asheville?venue=55 the address is 9 NW Pack Square.
The address was 913 Castle St as you can see in that ad above. I’m not sure where the Market St address came from that is on this page. A Google view of 913 Castle shows the theatre to still be standing.
It was located between the buildings that are now at 204 Parkway and 218 Parkway, so its address was approximately 210 Parkway,
It opened in 1944 and closed in 1957.
This theatre should not be listed as demolished. It was gutted, but still stands. My 2012 photos are at http://www.cinematour.com/tour/us/22478.html
A recent article about the Rivoli says they hope to open the nightclub in six or seven months. http://www.masslive.com/news/index.ssf/2012/08/rivoli_owner_hopes_to_reopen_t.html
Actually, the theatre proposal is competing with the ice rink proposal. The theatre is part of the marketplace proposal.
Well, larry, the marquee is now gone!
The entrance to Norbury Hall is now around the back from where the cab company is. Live performances are held there occasionally.
By the way, the address for the second screen is 11 Pleasant Street.
The second screen is not in the same location, though. It is a couple of blocks away and should probably be considered a separate theatre. The second screen is known as Film Haven while this original screen will be called the Movie Loft.
I visited Bridgton this week and was able to place the theatre location by locating the two building still standing from the postcard pictured above. Where it appears there theatre would have been stands a building that is much newer than the rest of the downtown buildings. The theatre thusly is demolished. The address would’ve been 154 or 156 Main St.
Dave, I must’ve just missed you! I was up in Berkshire County on Saturday August 4 photographing theatres. What day were you up there? I got pics of this one and two others in Adams as well as many others around the region.
Did you stop at the old Summer Street Theatre in Adams?
54 Boundary Line Road maps to the correct address. From a Google aerial view you can still see the ramps in the field.
It appears athletic fields have been built over this drive-in.