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A former leather works that was acquired by Edward Pryce Jones in 1912. The leather works had a nearby water wheel that was linked to a DC generator which in turn supplied power to the projectors.
The cinema was opened on 13th of November 1913 with a showing of "Kings of the Jungle".
By 1937, the hall had been re-named Castle Cinema. It closed in the mid-1960s, and into the 2000’s it housed a Mace supermarket. In May 2017 it was converted into a live music venue and in October 2017 work was planned to convert it into a cinema and community arts centre.
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