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The Electric Theatre opened in 1919 with 400 seats. It screened films and had some variety use on its stage. In 1924, the proprietor was R.W. Phillips & Son and it had gone over to films mainly, showing one show per night with two changes of programme per week at prices of 5d to 1/6d. Variety shows were an ocassional extra. It was closed possibly by 1925, when the nearby Coliseum Cinema on Wheat Street opened.
In 2009, the building is in use as St. Michael’s Church Hall.
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