304 Norwood Road,
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Located in the southeast London district of West Norwood. The beautiful Regal Cinema was opened on 16th January 1930, and was built by A.E. Abrahams. It was equipped with a Christie 3Manual organ. Taken over by the Hyams & Gale chain 24th April 1933, it was taken over by Gaumont British Theatres(GB) in October 1935.
Closed in late-1939 due to war-time conditions, it was re-opened on 3rd November 1940. The Regal Cinema was closed by the Rank Organisation on 1st February 1964 with a Peter Sellers double bill programme “I’m Alright Jack” and “Two Way Stretch”. It was converted into a Top Rank Bingo Club. The bingo club closed in 1978, and it was demolished in 1999. A B&Q DIY Homestore was built on the site.
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