Regal Picturehouse

2 Boroma Way,
Henley-on-Thames, RG9 2BZ

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The 3-screen Regal Cinema opened on 26th February 1967 with a gala premiere of "The Crucible". It is built on part of the site of the Regal/Odeon Cinema (1937-1986) which was demolished in 1993. The redevelopment of the site by Waitrose supermarket required the provision of a cinema to be built, but it was several years before an operator could be found.

First operated by Metro Tartan Distribution it was taken over by City Screen (Picturehouse Cinemas chain) in December 2005. Seating is provided for 152, 101 and 85. There is also a licenced bar for patrons.

Contributed by Ken Roe

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Mike_Blakemore
Mike_Blakemore on January 9, 2012 at 6:40 am

I will be loading Pictures of The Interior and Exterior pictures when I have found where my mother put them for saftey :o)

Mike_Blakemore
Mike_Blakemore on January 9, 2012 at 6:42 am

The Real Regal that stood there was owned by B.T. Davis and K.B.K. Jones who bought if off The Rank Organisation
I was B.T. Davis General Manager in Birmingham

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