76B King Street,
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Built in 1882 as the Town Hall & Law Court. It began screening films part-time in 1919. In 1935 it was re-named Ritz Cinema, and seating was provided for 720 in stalls and circle levels. This theatre included shops on the frontage with a centre door to the box office and foyer. It was later sub-divided, with bingo operating in the former stalls and a twin screen cinema in the former circle. It was small inside I guess about 200 seats and ran popular movies. The circle has now reverted back to a single auditorium, with bingo continuing downstairs.
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