81-83 Seaforth Road,
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The Seaforth Palladium is located in Seaforth near the north Liverpool suburbs of Crosby and Sefton. It opened on 25th December 1913 with a programme of short comedy and drama films. It was built for and was operated by the Seaforth Palladium Picture Palace Ltd.
The purpose built cinema had glazed white tiling on its facade which had garlands of flowers around and under the windows and a pedimented gable in the centre which contained a round window and the date ‘1913’. Inside the auditorium the seating was provided on stalls and circle levels. There was quite a large stage and an orchestra pit.
When other cinemas opened in the area, the Palladium went over to playing mainly second run films. It was always operated by independent operators.
The Palladium Cinema closed on 13th June 1959 with Kerwin Matthews in "The Seventh Voyage of Sinbad" and Darren McGavin in "The Case Against Brooklyn".
The building became a storeroom until 1982. It then lay empty until 1985 when it became a second-hand furniture store and from 1986 the main floor was converted into a sauna and health club known as ‘The Fitness Connection’ which has now taken over the entire building.
The Palladium Cinema is a Grade II Listed building.
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